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- Relating to the lumen of any tubular organ or cell.
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- adjective biology of or pertaining to the
- noun medicine A
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- noun a long-acting barbiturate used as a sedative
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The exception was HCC1500, which we classified as luminal while Neve et al. labeled it as basal B.
Previously it was thought that a different type of immature cell, known as a luminal cell, lay at the root of prostate cancer.
They include two estrogen receptor (ER) - positive subtypes, termed luminal A and B, and three ER-negative subtypes, termed basal-like, HER2-positive, and normal breast-like tumors.
Their work led to a set of complex equations, materials formulation, and operational procedures that described the essential details of super luminal flight.
Do they mean that the existing longitudinal wave can can propagate faster than light but the parts photons are limited to luminal speed?
: Defects in one gene may be particularly responsible for luminal breast cancers, which account for 70% to 80% of breast-cancer cases, according to a study in Cancer Cell.
As you probably know luminal is a mild drug used to quiet the nerves and to make people sleep.
Phipps and her colleagues also showed that the late onset of menopause and the use of hormone treatment increase the chances of contracting luminal cancer.
Nevertheless, These findings suggest that chronic psychological stress can be an initiating factor in intestinal inflammation by impairing mucosal defenses against luminal bacteria ....
I, therefore, called Dr. Adams and the late Mrs. Remey told him she had taken a number of luminal tablets.