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The team induced EAE in mice using immune T cells that lacked CB2 molecules, and found that the disease was significantly more severe in these models.
The space soon to be filled by CB2 was formerly occupied by a Duane Reade outlet and a Chase branch.
The expansion of the CB2 global eCommerce program follows a successful pilot program launched in 10 international markets: Canada, United Kingdom, France, Mexico, Australia, Japan, Germany, Hong Kong, India and Colombia.
Dose-dependent binding to CB1 and CB2 was noted for all compounds under study.
Although these stores may not yet be filling the precise spots being vacated by the departing chains, retailers such as West Elm, Gracious Home, CB2 and the Container Store are providing a fresh alternative to home retailers that had lost their luster and didn't keep step with changing tastes, brokers said.
In terms of the specific alkylamides found in Echinacea, only two have been found to date to exhibit a particularly strong affinity for CB2 receptors.
With the sleek lines and the typically smaller scale of its home furnishings products, the 8,000-square-foot CB2 is clearly chasing a more "city-centric" audience than Crate & Barrel.
Scientists found that CB1 and CB2 had the highest mean acceptability values corresponding to "like moderately.
This study provides robust evidence that the CB2 receptor is cardinal for moderating neuropathic pain," comments George Fink of the pharmaceutical company Pharmos based in Iselin, N.
Information: Vikki Hughes, Conference Secretariat, Clinical Biochemistry, Box 232, Addenbrooke's Hospital, Cambridge CB2 2QQ, UK.
Contact Toni Beardon, The University of Cambridge School of Education, 17 Trumpington St, Cambridge CB2 1QA.
For example, the CB2 receptors are found primarily in the cells of the immune system, and have potential use in a range of indications, including pain and inflammation, allergies and cancer.