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The peripheral blood mononuclear leukocyte fractions (PBML) were separated by density gradient centrifugation (1200 RCF, 20 min, 20[degrees]C) on LSM 1077 (PAA Laboratories GmbH, Austria).
The decreased frequency of monocytes with mCD14 and LFA-1 coexpression in PBML from TB and NMLD patients could have been caused by intensive recruitment of such cells into lungs.
(213.) 1899 Hague Convention, supra note 53, pbml
. The Martens Clause, named for its drafter, Baron Feodor de Martens, Czar Nicholas II's legal adviser, first appeared in the preamble to the 1899 Hague Convention.