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electrical metallic tubing

A thin-walled metal raceway having a circular cross section; used to pull in or withdraw electric cables or wires after the tubing is installed in place; uses connectors and couplings other than the threaded type.
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TGF-[sz] is the strongest profibrotic factor in EMT of peritoneal mesothelial cells (PMCs) and a key mediator in dialysis-related peritoneal fibrosis.
Conclusion: Collectively, the study demonstrates prospective use of berberine against neuroblastoma as elucidated through inhibition of fundamental characteristics of cancer stem cells; tumorigenicity and failure to differentiation and instigates reversal in the EMT.
The signaling pathways evoked by sirtuins to activate or inhibit EMT in cancer cells are summarized in Figures 1 and 2, respectively.
EMT currently manufactures finishing equipment that would go on the back of digital web presses in its 70,000 square foot facility.
Building on an earlier paper that showed FOXC2 is expressed more heavily in cells after EMT is induced by a variety of factors, Mani and colleagues followed up first by using short hairpin RNA to suppress FOXC2 in breast cancer cells.
We calculated four measures of EMT partner familiarity consistent with previous research of aviation crews (Smith-Jentsch et al.
The elucidation of the roles of Dab2 and ILEI as downstream targets of TGF-beta during EMT is important, as it provides clues for eventual drug development to prevent or delay metastatic disease or improve outcomes in chronic diseases, such as interstitial lung or kidney diseases or liver cirrhosis.
Tele2 finds that in connection with the equalization of the reception quality of Tele2 and EMT, a redistribution of market share is to be expected on the mobile communication market.
EMT is the leading operator in Estonia with 47 percent market share.
Formal training and certification is required to become an EMT or paramedic.
Gelb and his associates modeled the EMT on a computer and "drove" it for the equivalent of several hundred thousand miles.