chronic granulomatous disease

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chron·ic gran·u·lom·a·tous dis·ease

n. encefalomielitis, enfermedad que puede ser fatal causada por inmuno deficiencia y grave deficiencia de leucocitos.
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Currently, CGD market in India is majorly dominated by the transportation sector on account of growing environmental concern among consumers coupled with increase in the number of CNG vehicles.
CGD network in Alwar has been segmented into industrial, commercial, transport and household segments.
According to the new policy, extra requirement for CGD will be first met by imposing proportionate cuts in domestic gas being supplied to sectors other than priority sectors as decided by the ministry of petroleum and natural gas.
Initially, SCE performed screening tests consisting of ten replications of eleven different CGD concentrations using an enclosed 1.
We have already started to see the positive impact that the CGD approach can have.
1) In the past, mortality from CGD was exceptionally high, but antibiotic and antifungal prophylaxis and therapy, and haematopoietic stem cell transplantation has improved outcomes significantly and reduced mortality to 5%.
Recently, Foreign Policy Magazine's Think-Tank Index listed CGD as one of the top 15 think-tanks in the US.
CGD is caused by genetic defects in the phox genes that make up the enzyme NADPH oxidase.
David Wheeler, a senior fellow at CGD, suggests a metaphor to better understand the greenhouse gas component of the ranking.
In CGD, the inability to produce ROIs leads to recurrent life-threatening opportunistic infections and uncontrolled inflammation, often accompanied by granuloma formation.