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Granules

Crushed rock that is coated with a ceramic coating and fired; used as a top surface on shingles.
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The grey foam-glass granules are of such fractions: 0/2, 2/4, 0/4, 4/8, 8/16 mm, white granules in the factory are divided into more fractions: 0.
Evidence from basic and clinical researches has been advanced in support of the use of Wenxin Granule for the treatment of cardiac arrhythmias, including atrial and ventricular premature beats.
The intracellular granules are generally amorphous and when extracted they become crystalline [3].
There are considerable controversies as to the prevalence of Fordyce's granules in the oral cavity.
By providing the easy to measure and administer Tambocor Fine Granules 10% in addition to Tambocor Tablets, Eisai will continue to make further contributions to address their needs of patients with tachyarrhythmia.
According to a basic contract concerning the marketing rights of LIVAMIN Oral Granules in the Asia region signed in February 2009, Eisai received the exclusive marketing rights from Ajinomoto Pharmaceuticals to distribute the product in the Philippines and Hong Kong, China and Macao.
Moreover, granules on top of the fruit must be ripened fully and the rest below may be green but full in size, says a release issued by the media liaison unit of the Punjab agriculture department on Monday.
Resultant granules produced under different bed conditions were subsequently milled, blended with excipients and compressed to form tablets.
groups and glycConjugates, which appeared as the granules in these glands.
In ALS and related degenerative diseases, the process of assembling and clearing RNA granules is impaired.