globus pallidus

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Synonyms for globus pallidus

the inner pale yellow part of the lenticular nucleus

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The new term loan from Globus, in conjunction with another revolving line of credit, provides the company with sufficient liquidity and appropriate financing to successfully support Alphatec's transition to a US market-based company.
Aeroflot has shown itself to be a genuine partner, providing a helping hand in a very challenging situation for us, said Alexander Tugolukov, Managing Director of Biblio Globus.
Some study results have suggested that psychological factors such as depression and anxiety can influence the etiology of globus.
A spokesperson for Alpha Solway said: "We are really excited to be joining the Globus Group; an organisation known for its commitment to the creation of innovative and game-changing products.
Globus Medical is a spinal implant company based in Audubon, Pa.
This Diwali, Globus is all set to pep up your style quotient with this interesting Diwali Collection which narrates the ageless saga of the royal era.
No association was found between globus and survival 15 years later, based on both univariate analysis (hazard ratio, 1.
Globus also argued that in this specific case, the set timeframe would have to be extended, as the purchase offers Globus had received for the four stores were financially unacceptable.
Ian Foster and Steve Tuecke, consortium board members who led the original team that developed the Globus Toolkit at Argonne National Labs.
LLC Globus Cold Storage (GCS), Moscow, Russia, a 51% subsidiary of Globus International Resources, New York, New York, USA, has signed with the Overseas Private Investment Corporation (OPIC), an agency of the US government, for a $4.
The Evolocity cluster solution from Linux Networx can be deployed with grid software from Platform Computing and open source grid standard Globus to help customers make better use of IT resources and run jobs across a grid infrastructure.
The open source grid computing Globus Project has become the Globus Alliance in a move it said reflects its expansion in keeping with the addition of two new international members.
IBM announced that its Grid offerings are designed to operate in a heterogeneous environment and will incorporate the Open Grid Services Architecture (OGSA), as well as the Globus Toolkit 3.
The globus pallidus (internal and external segments)