ATRA


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ATRAAll-Trans Retinoic Acid (aka tretinoin)
ATRAAmerican Tort Reform Association
ATRAAmerican Therapeutic Recreation Association (Alexandria, VA)
ATRAAutomatic Transmission Rebuilders Association
ATRAAir Transport Rating Agency (Geneva, Switzerland)
ATRAAdvanced Transit Association
ATRAArizona Tax Research Association
ATRAAlberta Tobacco Reduction Alliance
ATRAAiredale Terrier Rescue and Adoption (Michigan)
ATRAAlberta Therapeutic Recreation Association
ATRAAssistive Technology Resource Alliance
ATRAAmerican Track Racing Association
ATRAAmerican Thai Ridgeback Association (Thai Ridgeback dog breed)
ATRAAssociation Tortues Rhône-Alpes (French: Association of Rhone-Alps Tortoises
ATRAArmy Recruiting and Training Agency (UK MoD)
ATRAAuto and Truck Recyclers Association
ATRAAdvanced Technology Reconnaissance Aircraft
ATRAAfghan Telecommunications Regulatory Authority
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This is the isoform which lacks sensitivity to ATRA and is also associated with a poorer outcome; high TLC and CNS relapse in a number of cases4.
"When it comes to ATRA attacking the legislators who have supported its mission in the past, it seems counterintuitive to do so, but as for being 'aligned' with the Missouri Association of Trial Attorneys, well, we welcome any legislator to join us in support of the civil justice system," she wrote.
Sometimes without pathology evidence, it is difficult to differentiate DAH from leukemic infiltration, pneumonia, and DIC-related pulmonary hemorrhage.[2] In our case, dyspnea with rapidly climbing WBC count and unexpected renal failure led us to the diagnosis of ATRA syndrome.
The concentration of atRA during embryonic development is tightly controlled in a spatial and temporal manner, and in adult tissues, it is maintained within a very narrow range that is specific for each given tissue.
Aggressive management of DIC as well as initiation of ATRA as soon as APL is suspected is critical to reduce the risk of death from intracranial hemorrhage, the most common cause of early death in APL patients [8].
CD4+ T cells were then treated with or without 10ng/ml TGF-[beta] (Peprotech, USA) and/ or 10 nm ATRA (Sigma, USA), in the presence of Dynabeads Human T-Activator CD3/CD28 (Life Technologies, USA) at a bead/T cell ration of 1:2 and 200U IL-2 (Peprotech, USA) for 4 days.
The values that shape behavior reflect shared morals and beliefs that provide a framework that influences professional behaviors, guides clinical judgments, and impacts interactions with consumers, co-workers, and other stakeholders (ATRA, 1998; Dollinger, 2000; Morrison, 2016).
atra were positively correlated with the used concentrations (Figs 2,3) and the effective concentrations were between 150-300 ppm, and the corresponding mortality rate of these concentrations between 20-96%.
In short, patients received oral ATRA 45 mg/[m.sup.2] daily, starting on day 1 and continuing until CR or for a maximum of 90 days; 12 mg/[m.sup.2] of intravenous idarubicin (IDA) was added to ATRA on days 2, 4, 6, and 8.
Classic APL is traditionally treated with retinoid-differentiating agents such as ATRA and ATO.
Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) collaborated with International Telecom Union (ITU) to organize a training workshop for Afghan Telecommunication Regulatory Authority (ATRA) and Ministry of Communication, Afghanistan.
According to the Afghanistan Telecom Regulatory Authority (ATRA) website there are six mobile operators in Afghanistan.