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ciré

[sə′rā]
(textiles)
Any fabric treated with wax, heat, and pressure to produce a glossy appearance.
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Now, looking to encourage the further adoption of regenerative medicine, CiRA is also proceeding with efforts to realize my iPS cells, which would use iPS cells made from the patient's own cells to mitigate the risk of immune rejection.
"The iCART program demonstrates the value of our T-CiRA collaboration--applying iPSC technology to develop new approaches to drug discovery and creating a bridge to transfer promising programs to Takeda to accelerate them toward clinical development and therapeutic use," said Nobel laureate Shinya Yamanaka, director of CiRA and T-CiRA.
Cira's schools operate under three distinct brands, namely Mavericks, Futures and Rising Stars, and offer multiple educational tracks, including British, American, French, German and National curricula.
The IPO saw selling shareholders Social Impact Capital (SIC) alongside other minority shareholders offer 207,259,025 shares or 37.8 per cent of CIRA to institutional and retail investors at an offer price of EGP 6.00 per share.
The company worked closely with Brandywine Realty Trust, developer and owner of FMC Tower at Cira Centre South, to earn the certification.
A person, claiming to be a CIRA spokesman, said that although Ryan was not a member of their organisation, the CIRA would not stand back and allow a fellow republican to be targeted.
Six projects are carried out simultaneously at Takeda's Shonan Research Center (Kanagawa, Japan) as the main venue, with approximately 60 researchers in total from CiRA and Takeda.
Catalent will conduct further clonal selection and manufacturing for CiRA, and upon regulatory approval, the selected dopaminergic neurons derived from iPS cells will be transplanted into patients for a possible clinical research program.
"Wellness is an important strategy for many retailers, and oral care has to be an important part of the strategy [because] as we know, good oral health can impact your overall health," explains Paul Cira, managing director, BrushPoint Innovations Inc., King City, Ontario.
The partnership between aWhere, Inc., a Software as a Service (SAAS) company, and Colorado State University's Cooperative Institute for Research in the Atmosphere (CIRA), demystifies these data, making it easy to access practical information to inform decision making in such vital areas such as global food security, vector born disease control, climate-smart agriculture, and many other global sustainability and development challenges.
NORDIC BUSINESS REPORT-June 11, 2013-Arcam awarded order for EBM system from CIRA in Italy(C)2013 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.m2.com