Caseum

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Ca´se`um


n.1.Same as Casein.
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Lung samples processed and subjected for histopathologic examination in accordance with standard protocols (9) showed multiple granulomas, each with central caseum, surrounded by inflammatory cells and a fibrous capsule.
(39) These structures physically separate T lymphocytes from infected cells by a fibrous wall of caseum, (40) limiting their interactions, creating a reservoir for M.
A arquitetura dos piogranulomas revela geralmente grande contingente de celulas epitelioides, macrofagos, neutrofilos, caseum e em menor numero linfocitos, anticorpos, celulas gigantes e o agente no centro, circundado por capsula fibrosa (6, 13).
Asa se explica faptul ca vocabularul fundamental crestin al poporului roman este latin: christianus--crestin; Dominus Deus--Dumnezeu; crux, crucis--cruce; baptizare--a se boteza; angelus--inger; rogatione--rugaciune; caseum ligare--caslegi; lex, legis--lege; presbyter--preot; paganus--pagan; privilegium--priveghi; pecatus--pacat; basilica--biserica; sanctus sfant; Pasqua--Paste; Rosallia--Rusalii; Floralia--Florii etc.
Does calciferol have a liquifying action on caseum? Poumon Coeur 1967; 23 : 841-51.
Nunquam visi caseum in tantis modis diversis paratum.
Quo exemplo vulgo dicitur 'Deficiente obsonio apponatur caseus.'" This last proverb (When there is no meat, put cheese) is not found in the published Greek or Latin paroemiographers, unless it is a variant of the one found in Plutarch (Moralia 234e, Apophthegmata laconica) and recorded by Erasmus, 1969 and 1982, III.iv.89: "Si caseum haberem, non desiderarem opsonium" (If I had cheese, I wouldn't want meat).
In AElfric's Colloquy the salinator (OE sealtere 'salter') explains the utility of his work: Ecce butirum omne et caseum perit uobis, nisi ego custos adsim, quinec saltem oleribus uestris sine me utimini.