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globule

Astronomy a small dark nebula thought to be a site of star formation

globule

[′gläb·yəl]
(astronomy)
A black volume of cosmic dust viewed against the brighter background of bright nebulae.
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Rassurez-vous, meme parmi les professionnels de sante nombreuses et nombreux sont celles et ceux qui ne savent pas grand-chose de cette pathologie.C'est vrai que la thalassemie est tres peu connue, mais il n'empeche que c'est une maladie caracterisee par une anemie hereditaire secondaire a une anomalie de l'hemoglobine, qui est un pigment des globules rouge servant au transport de l'oxygene.L'OMS estime a 5% le nombre de porteurs sains de cette maladie soit 30.000 cas, ce qui fait de cette maladie un reel probleme de sante publique dont la prise en charge connaEt de nombreuses lacunes.
In the primary vitellogenesis stage, oil globule oocytes measured 180-185 [micro]m in diameter.
Physical observation preparations made against base lotion and lotion sunscreen containing extract of the fruit of tomato by observing the changes of color, smell, and shape in organoleptic, pH, viscosity, as well as the method of freeze-thaw cycles to see the size of globule, and centrifugation to see separation of emulsion phase which is useful in predicting the time save preparations.
The mean globule size, zeta potential and polydispersity index of SEDDS were measured by photon correlation spectroscopy instrument (Zetasizer 3000HS, Malvern Instruments Corp., U.K.) at 25[degrees]C.
Enfinitas contains Lactoferrin and Milk Fat Globule Membrane (MFGM), both of which are naturally present in breast milk and known to provide structural and functional benefits to infants.
For measuring globule size (GLS) in conventional metallography and grain size (GS) in colour metallography, the Heyn intercept method was used as recommended by the ASTM E112 (1996) standard.
Milk fat globule epidermal growth factor 8 (MFG-E8), a protein expressed mainly by activated macrophages and immature dendritic cells, is required for the phagocytosis of apoptotic cells as it links externalized phosphatidylserine present on the surface of apoptotic cells with integrins expressed on phagocytes (3).
A specially engineered Asahi polymer chemistry creates a low plate surface tension, which causes ink to form a globule and remain on the dot without running down the shoulders.
There are two main types of stroke ischaemic strokes are caused by a blockage in a blood vessel to the brain, either a blood clot, air bubble or fat globule, and a haemorrhagic stroke happens when a blood vessel bursts in or on the surface of the brain.
The above equation comprises the coefficient of the intercept, first-order main effect ([X.sub.1], [X.sub.2], [X.sub.3]), interaction terms ([X.sub.1] [X.sub.2], [X.sub.1][X.sub.3], [X.sub.2][X.sub.3]), and higher order effect ([X.sub.1.sup.2], [X.sub.2.sup.2], [X.sub.3.sup.2]), where Y is the measured response; response variables selected for the optimization purpose were mean globule size (Z-Avg) ([Y.sub.1]) and encapsulation efficiency ([Y.sub.2]).
USP Chapter (729) specifies the use of a particle counter to examine the volume weight percentage of droplets greater than 5 [micro]m ([PFAT.sub.5]) in parenteral emulsions as one of the two assays to characterize the globule size distribution of the emulsion.
For those who haven't seen his demonstration, astro-tears collect in an expanding globule where they emerge from the eye.