ballow

ballow

(ˈbælaʊ)
n
1. (Arms & Armour (excluding Firearms)) a heavy club; a cudgel
2. a sandbank
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Ballow, "Giant papillary conjunctivitis," Immunology and Allergy Clinics of North America, vol.
Ballow, "Retinoic acid enhances the production of IL-10 while reducing the synthesis of IL-12 and TNF-[alpha] from LPS-stimulated monocytes/ macrophages," Journal of Clinical Immunology, vol.
This "vagal bias" constitutes vulnerability for children with asthma: when depressive symptoms are coupled with stress, the body experiences an increase in acetylcholine production and bronchoconstriction (Miller, Wood, Lim, Ballow, & Hsu, 2009).
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Ballow, "Initiation of maintenance antiinflammatory medication in asthmatic children in a pediatric emergency department," Pediatrics, vol.
To our knowledge, the term "progressive familial intrahepatic cholestasis" was first used by Ballow in his 1973 report (7).
(31.) Rajkovic A, Pangas SA, Ballow D, Suzumori N, Matzuk MM.
(2.) Orange JS, Hossny EM, Weiler CR, Ballow M, Berger M, Bonilla FA, et al.
(90) Henry Ballow, A Treatise of Equity with the Addition of Marginal References and Notes by John Fonblanque, vol 2, 4th ed by Antony Laussat (Brookfield, Mass: E & L Merriam, 1835) at 445.
(71) Henry Ballow, A Treatise of Equity (John Fonblanque (ed),
Julia Hardy Webb and William Bradford Ballow were united in marriage at six o'clock in the evening on May 30, 2015, at Warren Chapel at Monteagle Sunday School Assembly in Monteagle, Tennessee.
The high rate of sensitivity than resistivity to linezolid confirm our findings to those by Ballow et al.