TNFS

AcronymDefinition
TNFSThe Need for Speed (Electronic Arts game)
TNFSThe Next Football Superstar (TV show)
TNFSTrusted Network File System
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Indeed, over one-third of respondents agree that they would use Xeljanz as their first-line choice in UC if payer approval was equivalent to that of established TNFs. Experience and time on the market may just be what is holding the alternate advanced therapies back from overtaking the established TNFs in this increasingly dynamic market.
From there, until the status changes to 'rescued' or 'help has been provided', the team follows up until closure," said Anand Vaidyanathan, a TNFS volunteer and technical programme manager in Chennai.
In large bowels in PD patients, there were increased levels of cytokines such as tumor necrosis factor (TNF), IL-1b, IL-6, and interferon-c (IFN-c) [38].
Lastly, this particular patient was on adalimumab, a TNF blocker, which is the center of our discussion and review.
The sensitivity and specificity of FL were 94.4% and 88.6%, respectively (51 TPFS and 31 TNFS), regardless of radiographic localization.
RAGE is known to act through a host of proinflammatory means, including NF-kB, TNF, IL-1, and TGF-[beta] [52], and though it has not been conclusively demonstrated, there is abundant potential for a catabolic role of RAGE in metabolic osteoarthritis.
Milk protein, lactose, and total non-fat solid (TNFS) were not significantly affected by the dietary factors studied here.
TNFs are well established targets with a high probability of success."
Signaling agents such as tumor-necrosis factors (TNFs) give nasal olfactory cells the death sentence.
First, we ran regression models for the most frequently mentioned TNFs (that is, Ace, True Value, and Servistar).
Various cytokines, chemokines, and growth factors like interleukins (IL-1, IL-6, and IL-8), tumor necrosis factor (TNFs), transforming growth factor beta (TGF[beta]), granulocyte macrophage-colony stimulating factors (GM-CSF), and interferons have been reported to play important roles in vascular pathologies including atherosclerosis [69, 70, 75].