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STASISSoftware for Ambient Semantic Interoperable Services
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STASIS Platform is a financial and technological infrastructure for launching digital assets reserved by traditional financial instruments with the regular state audit.
The eggs are then kept in stasis throughout childhood until they're needed as an adult.
In angioproliferative lesions due to venous insufficiency and stasis dermatitis, acroangiodermatitis (pseudo-KS) is initially considered.
The condition can appear red or hot or edematous, but venous stasis dermatitis almost always presents bilaterally.
They'd have small transnasal tubes for the cooling and some warming systems as well, to bring them back from stasis," he told Quartz.
7) It has become readily recognized that primary enteroliths result from stasis, leading to clumping and elimination.
Recently, using ultra-performance liquid chromatography coupled with mass spectrometry (UPLC/MS), the metabolic profiles of rats with blood stasis and the therapeutic effects of Xindi soft capsule (Zhao et al.
Venous stasis ulcers affect 1% of US adults and lead to substantial morbidity and more than $2 billion in annual health care expenditures.
KEY WORDS: Coronary Heart Disease; Blood stasis syndrome; Postmenopausal woman; estrogen; ICAM-1.
The goal of the third section follows in two parts: first, we provide a survey of stasis theory from Hermogenes to Aristotle and highlight its inability to account for the way stasis was constructed in the MX debate.
Six free-ranging California condors (Gymnogyps californianus) of mixed sex and age from the Peregrine Fund condor release site at Vermillion Cliffs, AZ, USA were diagnosed with acute lead poisoning with symptomatic crop distension or stasis.
A representative of the group, Charis Stasis during a news conference yesterday, defended The Indignant , saying the allegations were false and unsubstantiated.