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Proliferation

 

excessive growth of tissue in an organism as a result of the repeated production of cells. Such cell production is quite different from any other means of increasing the volume of tissue, such as edema.

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In the last part, the paper gives conclusions on whether the EU's strategy has achieved the desired goals in the matter of proliferation of WMD or it merely remains a declaratory policy even after more than a decade since its adoption.
According to this 2016 Breitbart report, when called by moderator Anderson Cooper during a CNN Republican Town Hall to account for a seeming contradiction between a position opposing proliferation and calling for proliferation, and asked if "some proliferation is okay," then presidential candidate Trump responded, "No, not some.
The Initiative of Proliferation Security is a multilateral response to the challenges imposed by WMD proliferation through which the member states are seeking to coordinate their efforts in accordance with national legislations and the relevant international laws and norms.
The Cell Proliferation Assay methodology has been adapted to multiple formats so that cell proliferation may be evaluated against different extracellular matrices.
The concept of a zone free from nuclear weapons was once developed with an eye primarily on the proliferation problem posed by Israel," he explained, adding "today, Iran's enrichment capability and other sensitive nuclear installations are obviously just as much in focus.
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In a statement released Tuesday, the Bulgarian Foreign Ministry points out that the previous UN NPT Conference took place in 2005 without any notable agreement on the issues of nuclear proliferation such as the failure of key nuclear states to join or ratify the NPT, and the lack of proper mechanisms for sanctions in the event of its violation.
On the sidelines of the summit, Benkhadra held a meeting with US under Secretary of State for Arms Control and International Security Affairs, Ellen Tauscher, during which the US official called on Morocco to join the initiatives aimed to fight nuclear proliferation.
The United States has warned that the disgraced scientist, who was effectively put under a five-year house arrest after he admitted leaking nuclear secrets to Iran, North Korea and Libya, is still a proliferation risk.
If political concerns related to the proliferation of WMD should arise between the time of signature of the agreement and its ratification, the ratification procedure could be suspended.
6) Vitamin E supplementation as alpha-tocopherol 233 mg/d for 28 days significantly increased phytohemagglutinin (PHA) or lipopolysaccharide (LPS) stimulated lymphocyte proliferation and decreased oxidative stress, plasma malondialdehyde, and urinary DNA adduct 8-hydroxy-2'-deoxyguanosine in healthy individuals.
The PSI is an innovative and proactive approach to preventing proliferation that relies on voluntary actions by states that are consistent with national legal authorities and relevant international law and frameworks.

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