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  • Actually the treatment I received was perhaps worse because I actually went out of my way to help Marin UK by pointing out that having the phrase TRAIL BORN, RACE BREAD at the top of their home page might render them liable to mocking comment.

    Brazen Schemes: RTMS and Sympathy

  • This, paired with a second decoded word TRAIL whose letters derived from The greave is a wittnesd and a floating L, had given him the Cattle Trail, or “Chisholm Trail.”

    Shadow of the Sentinel

  • They found that the AD5-10 antibody lowered tumor cells 'resistance to a protein called TRAIL, which triggers cancer cells to kill themselves, Agence France Presse reported.

    Medlogs - Recent stories

  • In order to investigate this disparate behavior among cells, graduate student Sabrina Spencer and postdoctoral researcher Suzanne Gaudet, both in Sorger's lab, looked at a molecule called TRAIL, a protein that causes cells to, literally, commit suicide-a process scientists call apoptosis.

    EurekAlert! - Breaking News

  • During the study, the researchers looked at a molecule called TRAIL, which causes cells to commit suicide-a process scientists call apoptosis.

    Zee News : India National

  • As a definitively bumbling police detective who somehow rises in rank at the French Sûreté, Sellers developed a preposterous, yet still believable, overly accented voice and perfected some of the most dangerous looking physical comedy ever seen on the silver screen. 2 years after Sellers 'death, as I previously mentioned, a film was assembled out of mostly unused footage called TRAIL OF THE PINK PANTHER.

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  • Formerly known as TRAIL for the Regional Area Initial Link, the system is now called M1-RAIL after the state designation for Woodward Avenue -- M1.

    Model D

  • One molecule, known as TRAIL, also exerts cancer-cell-specific effects.

    EurekAlert! - Breaking News

  • THE COFFIN TRAIL an absorbing read, full of local detail and vignettes of Lake District life.

    Book review

  • RECRUTING TRAIL: The challenge for the new coach will be holding onto a 2010 class that is slim to begin with.

    Virginia - Team Notes

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  • TRAIL—or, tumor necrosis factor-related apoptosis-inducing ligand—is an antitumor agent identified in mammals that can induce cell death in a variety of cancer cells and yet leaves healthy cells relatively unscathed. - From: Traitorous Tumor Cells Kill Their Own Kind: Researchers plan to turn cancer cells into defectors, engineering them to kill the tumors from whence they came, and have tested the approach in mice. - Jul 11, 2018

    Ruth Williams The Scientist

    July 12, 2018