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sci.

1. science.
2. scientific.
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"Oh, I've done a good deal of dissecting before, animals, you know, for the Pre Sci."
A total of 1,200 sacrificial animals will be given to 2,400 families registered with SCI's local assistance list, and 8,000 more to the poor in more than 45 countries.
Goko, notes that since 1991 SCI has been recognized by the Liberian government as a leading organization in child-centered programming.
The higher tendency for hospitalization not only poses financial burden on the people with SCI and the health care system but also affects their effective functioning in social, vocational, and avocational activities.
SCI said the report was the first one it has produced in cooperation with the Central Bank of Iran (CBI), which stopped producing inflation figures two months ago under pressure.
"Beyond all of the superlatives--and there are many--that can explain the magnitude and importance of the convention is the fact hunter pride and pride in SCI permeated the entire event," said outgoing SCI President Paul Babaz.
The animals were randomly divided into 3 groups: 1) control (n=12), subjected to no intervention; 2) sham (n=18), subjected to SCI; and 3) experimental group (n=12), subjected to SCI and then cell transplantation.
Although the therapeutic effects of methane on some diseases have been preliminary studied, the methane effect on SCI and related mechanisms have not been reported.
In the present study, we showed that oral administration of red ginseng extract (RGE) promotes recovery from motor and behavioral abnormalities in rats with SCI. Subsequent histopathological observations using MAP2 and Iba-1 immunostaining, and analyses of IL-1[beta], TNF[alpha], VEGF, and Bcl-[x.sub.L] expressions demonstrated that RGE promotes neuronal restoration in the injured spinal cord by inhibiting the inflammatory processes and by upregulating the expression of neuroprotective factors (VEGF and Bcl-[x.sub.L]) after SCI.
Upon SCI, the connection between the defecation nerve center (sacral spinal cord; S2-4) and central nerve center is lost, altering the normal function of the parasympathetic nerve system and damaging motor neurons in the enteric nervous system [12].
Thus the SCI permits variability in treatment plans across individuals, while evaluating individuals' perceptions of how well they adhere to their prescribed treatment plan.