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Synonyms for corticosteroid

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discovered double cortin (DCX), a microtubule-associated protein that is expressed by newly differentiated and migrating neurons.
Love Chris, Lisa, Max, Sol, Lola-Blossom, Agnes & Stephen xxx CORTIN -EILEEN, April 7, 2010.
The up-hill finish proves successful for the Estonian but if first year junior Willie Cortin from Cork had not the misfortune to slip his gears it may have been a different story.
Each curator--Ralph Rugoff and Matthew Higgs of the CCA Wattis Institute for Contemporary Arts San Francisco, Toby Kamps from the Museum of Contemporary Art, San Diego, Lisa Cortin of the Seattle Art Museum, and Daina Augaitis of the Vancouver Art Gallery--has the opportunity to champion artists from his or her own region (as well as from others), while the show overall takes on the myth of the once glorious West Coast.
Hartman first treated Addison's disease successfully with cortin.