GCSF


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AcronymDefinition
GCSFGlobal Civil Society Forum
GCSFGrowth Colony Stimulating Factor (also seen as G-CSF)
GCSFGranulocyte Cell Stimulating Factor
GCSFGovernment Communications Staff Federation (trade union; UK)
GCSFGermantown Community Scholarship Fund (Germantown, WI)
GCSFGulf, Colorado, and Santa Fe Railway Company (also abbreviated GC&SF)
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To the best of our knowledge, no studies have been found with the purpose of comparing the impact of PRP and GCSF administration on pregnancy rate of RIF patient in ART cycles.
At the GCSF on Thursday, other presenters also remarked on how Taiwan has entered as "era of socially responsible investment' and is quickly becoming a role model for Asia and the world in terms of pursuing SDGs.
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Sample size was based on the study by Sinha et al24, the plaque of atherosclerosis in GCSF and control groups (S1=0.005,S2=0.014,u1=0.058, u2=0.039), n=6, for each group, as following:
Those cytokines negatively associated with an increase in antigenic response were IL-7, GCSF, and IFN-[gamma].
Pre-chemotherapy serum albumin level was 20% risk of FN12, but we observe that despite giving granulocyte colony-stimulating factor (GCSF), some patients develop FN and others do not, so there must be some underlying patient related factors, which need to be identified.
IL-8, IL10, TGF-[beta] and GCSF levels were increased in severe persistent allergic asthma patients with the anti-IgE treatment.
GCSF (5[micro]g/kg/body/day) was administered subcutaneously for five consecutive days during the four months.
Hence, GCSF elevation might occur secondary to inflammation.
Potential other contributing factors including granulocyte-colony stimulating factor (GCSF) administration and hormonal changes (both of which could also impact on innate immune function) have been reported [43].
In recent years some studies have stated that intrauterine infusion of granulocyte colony-stimulating factor (GCSF) may be effective in patients with treatment-resistant thin endometrium.
Iwamoto and colleagues demonstrated that autologous stem cells mobilized from bone marrow by systemic injections of granulocyte colony-stimulating factor (GCSF) improved wound bed preparation and accelerated healing in mice [59]; albeit the presence of BM-MSCs in mobilized stem cells was not identified in this study, they were shown to be mobilized by GCSF in previous study [60].