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Otago

a council region of New Zealand, formerly a province, founded by Scottish settlers in the south of South Island. The University of Otago (1869) in Dunedin is the oldest university in New Zealand. Chief town: Dunedin. Pop.: 195 000 (2004 est.)
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Dr Tim Hore, previously a Human Frontier Long Term Research Fellow at the Babraham Institute, now Lecturer at the University of Otago, New Zealand and co-first author on the paper, continued: "We found out that the mechanisms of how vitamins A and C enhance demethylation are different, yet synergistic.
Now based in Otago, New Zealand, Neill says there is a plus side to going from being the sexy leading man to playing the dad of the sexy leading man.
Under the terms, Frutarom USA will be responsible for all sales and marketing, warehousing and distribution activities in North America, while BLIS Technologies remains focused on further product development efforts and activities with its key research partner, the University of Otago, New Zealand.
As a Biodynamic wine producer in Central Otago, New Zealand, we obviously have a vested interest.
She and her colleagues at the University of Otago, New Zealand, conducted a 2-year randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial to assess the effect of homocysteine lowering on the cognitive abilities of people aged older than 65 years through neuropsychological tests (N.
Unfortunately, New Brighton will be without Player of the Year Chris Planchant, who, along with Adam Kettle, is in Otago, New Zealand t o gain some valuable experience.
CARISBROOK season-ticket holders in Otago, New Zealand have been told they may have to make way for visiting British Lions fans next year.
Shrek, named after the friendly ogre in the animated film, was captured two weeks ago at 4,900ft in Central Otago, New Zealand.
His antipodean counterpart actor Sam Neill,of The Piano and Jurassic Park fame, is passionate about making Pinot Noir at his Two Paddocks Vineyard in Central Otago, New Zealand.
In 1997, the Rabbit hemorrhagic disease virus (RHDV) was illegally imported from Australia into Central Otago, New Zealand, for the purpose of rabbit control.