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ichor

[′ī‚kȯr]
(geology)
A fluid rich in mineralizers.
(medicine)
An acrid, watery or blood-tinged discharge from an ulcer or wound.

ichor

flows through the veins of gods instead of blood. [Gk. Myth.: Brewer Dictionary]
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Ichor's multifaceted platform identifies the key immune responses that correlate with protection from infectious diseases and engineers its antibody therapeutics to induce these protective immune responses in patients suffering from acute disease.
ICHOR Percutaneous Reperfusion System designed to target vascular occlusions by eliminating the need for surgery or drug therapies
Euphrates Vascular (www.euphratesvascular.com) is a medical device company comprised of Pulse Therapeutics and ICHOR Vascular Inc.
Ichor said IAN will further expand its global design and manufacturing capabilities.
The data used to support the findings of these studies were generated under funding from the Joint Science and Technology Office for Chemical and Biological Defense of the Defense Threat and Reduction Agency to USAMRIID and Ichor Medical Systems, and so cannot be made freely available.
In the present case study, we examine the biotechnology start-up company Ichor Therapeutics, Inc., and review strategies that the founding team has successfully employed to establish an affordable laboratory, promote information sharing among team members, reduce research expenses, and guide scientific discovery.
Below (l-r): Mark Firth, Don Nicolson and Maurice Carson, all Ichor Systems, welcome Fergus Ewing MSP, Scottish minister for business, energy and tourism, who opened the US-owned semiconductor firm's new 36,600 square feet European head office in Blantyre.
Tumblers are filled with whiskey, wine, green ichor, blood, and urine, while snatches of odd songs, by composers from Henry Purcell to Randy Newman, are sung.
Bello, and Mara Baviera, The Food Wars (London: Verso, 2009); Martin IChor, "Analysis of the Doha Negotiations and the Functioning of the WTO" (The South Centre, Geneva: 2009), http://www.upc.apgdm.org/en/content/analysis-doha-negotiations-and-functioning-wto-draft-version.
In addition, Mr Rirhandzu Siweya is nominated as candidate for the supervisory board of Ichor Coal, intending to appoint him as chairman.
He is said to have had one long blood vessel from his neck down to his lower ankle containing the magical ichor, the golden blood of gods and immortals, which powered his movements.
However, the husband, a scientist who is unable to rid his memory of it, suggests eradicating it with some ichor. He is highly concerned with the secrets of chemistry, furthermore, is highly conceited.