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cutaneous

of, relating to, or affecting the skin
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ADU-S100 (MIW815), which potentially activates the intracellular STING receptor for a potent tumor-specific immune response, is being evaluated in patients with cutaneously accessible metastatic solid tumors or lymphomas.
Mice were then sub cutaneously injected with 0.3 ml/kg of 15% (w/v) aqueous suspension of active dry yeast (Instant-Dry yeast, AB Mauri India Pvt.
Following the FT implantation the abdomen was closed, and after appropriate skin cleaning and preparation, three pediatric ECG electrodes (Conmed, Utica, NY, USA) were placed cutaneously over the stomach along the abdominal projection of the gastric axis, with a ground electrode positioned closer to the left hip of the animal [16].
Therefore, the increasing prevalence of obesity and metabolic syndrome, which are associated with decreased bioavailability of dietary and cutaneously synthesized vitamin D, is an additional factor contributing to the widespread of vitamin D deficiency [12].
(15) Phototoxic reactions are more common than photoallergic reactions and occur when phototoxic drugs absorb UVA and then release it cutaneously, causing direct cellular damage.
Laxative used in swollen tonsillitis and chest pain Dactylorhiza hatagirea (D.Don) Soo Tubers used in backache Daphne mucronata Royle Roots purgative, bark and leaves used cutaneously Datura stramonium Linn.
Whether cutaneously produced or injected, vitamin D3 is bound to Vitamin D Binding Protein (VDBP) and circulated throughout the body.
Instead, we make most vitamin D cutaneously following exposure of the skin to UVB radiation in sunlight (wavelength 209-315 nm).
Intratumoral injection of lipopolysaccharide causes regression of sub cutaneously implanted mouse glioblastoma multiforme.
The most common and least severe form of erysipeloid is the localized form that manifests itself cutaneously. Typical lesions are clearly defined bright red to purple lesions with smooth shiny surfaces that slowly expand over a few days to develop sharp or curvaceous borders.
After controlling for Hb, patient characteristics, iron status, adequacy of dialysis, serum albumin, postdialysis weight, and duration of dialysis, the average dose of Epoetin alfa in patients on dialysis was about 14% lower in those receiving the drug sub cutaneously than in those receiving it intravenously (McClellan et al., 2001).