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of, relating to, or tending to produce combination

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It is believed that the Marfan syndrome results from a single abnormal (mutant) gene which produces a weakened form of one of the proteins necessary for strong, resilient connective tissue.
Connective Games has been providing gaming solutions for casino and poker operations for the last three years and partners with many leading poker networks and several independent operators.
The evaluation also included analysis of the implementation and design elements carried out by Connective Games RNG such as submitted documentation review, source code read, and outline of the RNG period range and inspection of the background cycling activity.
Speaking on behalf of Connective Games, CEO Konstantin Zubarev commented "Asian games are undoubtedly some of the most exciting and this market is a huge opportunity for operators seeking to diversify.
LeVier, technical director of Health Businesses at Dow Corning, who testified in the San Francisco trial, reconfirmed today that among all the laboratory studies on the safety of silicone implants and the material used to make them, no studies show a link between silicone materials and mixed connective tissue disease, as has been alleged in the suit.
is a biotechnology-based drug discovery company using its expertise in the fields of tissue fibrosis, connective tissue growth factor (CTGF), and hypoxia-inducible factor (HIF) biology to discover, develop, and commercialize novel therapeutics for fibrotic disorders, diabetic complications, anemia, conditions associated with tissue damage or injury, cancer, and other areas of unmet medical need.
North Memorial Medical Center has selected to outsource its outreach laboratory's accounts receivable (AR) management to Per-Se Technologies (Nasdaq: PSTI), the leader in Connective Healthcare that helps physicians, hospitals and pharmacies realize their financial goals.
Working with Ugo Ripamonti, an oral surgeon at the University of the Witwatersrand Medical School in Johannesburg, South Africa, Reddi has applied the protein to coax damaged bone and tooth-anchoring connective tissues to repair themselves.
Continuous molding works by indexing each shot partially out of the mold and then fusing its connective strip with that of the next shot.
Director of Patents and Licensing at Osiris, "This patent has extraordinarily broad claims covering the regeneration of any connective tissue using hMSCs.
The study showed a small but statistically significant increase in the risk of connective tissue disease reported by women with breast implants.
For example, the chapter about 'and'--the first connective to receive full attention--does not appear until page 631, and is itself over 130 pages long.
THE body's connective tissue includes the tendons that attach muscles to bones and has an important role in supporting and connecting various systems in our bodies.
Marfan syndrome is a heritable condition that affects the connective tissue.
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