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CML

(electronics)

CML

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A query language.

["Towards a Knowledge Description Language", A. Borgida et al, in On Knowledge Base Management Systems, J. Mylopoulos et al eds, Springer 1986].

CML

(2)
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sup][2],[3] These two transcripts may coexist, but P190[sup]BCR-ABL CML only is uncommon representing only 1% of CML.
com provides an overview of CML along with data demonstrating the advantages of continually monitoring patients during treatment.
Ph chromosome-negative or BCR-ABL-negative CML, Pregnant or breastfeeding woman, and patients taking imatinib for treatment of CML were excluded.
But looking ahead, the CML said lenders are "very aware" that some increased pressure will be put on households' finances if interest rates start to rise.
Awareness programmes can have a deep impact on how CML is perceived and addressed.
for the treatment of adult patients with Ph+ CML with resistance or intolerance to prior therapy and offers an important treatment option for these patients.
Like many illnesses, early detection is crucial for treating CML, which can be detected by a routine blood test.
Investigational efforts tried to improve the results of CML first-line therapy of imatinib obtained from the International Randomized Study of Interferon and ST1571 trials.
The CML has previously predicted that activity would pick up this year, boosted by Government efforts to unblock the housing market such as its Funding for Lending scheme.
Investigation of current and future market competition for CML
It was first approved in the US and 5EU in 2007 and in Japan in 2009 as a second-line therapy for patients with CP or AP CML that was intolerant or resistant to Gleevec.