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1S xenograft model showed that a single dose of the Sutro ADC eradicated multiple myeloma at each post-treatment time point investigated, compared to animals treated with vehicle, which experienced diffuse replacement of bone marrow with malignant myeloma.
The most common pattern of infiltration was recorded as diffuse observed in 33.
Rappelons que quatre rencontres de chaque journee du championnat de la Ligue 1 (deux du play-off et deux du play-out) seront retransmis en direct par la Television nationale, tandis qu'un troisieme match sera diffuse en live steaming.
The wavelength dependence of the diffuse fraction follows from the wavelength dependence of the Rayleigh optical depth, with stronger scattering and therefore higher diffuse fraction at shorter wavelengths.
The pulmonary shadow occurs 1–3 weeks behind the clinical symptoms, and most of the lesions are fused into two pulmonary diffuse shadows.
Diffuse fatty infiltration of the thyroid tissue on gross inspection is called diffuse lipomatosis of thyroid.
For ER staining: 21 of 23 ADH cases (91%) and 10 of 10 DCIS cases (100%) showed diffuse staining, whereas none of the 32 UDH cases showed diffuse staining.
The report provides a snapshot of the global therapeutic landscape of Diffuse Large B-Cell Lymphoma
The report reviews key players involved in the therapeutics development for Diffuse Large B-Cell Lymphoma and enlists all their major and minor projects
MorphoSys chief development officer, Dr Arndt Schottelius, said: "First results of our ongoing Phase II trial, which we will present at this year's ASH conference in December, have helped to identify diffuse large B-cell lymphoma as a valuable development opportunity for MOR208.
Youth identified with a diffuse identity style may procrastinate, avoid making decisions, lack concern or worry, and they are confused about their beliefs (Munro, Selman, Esmail, & Heather, 2009).