(n.) The caul; that which covers or envelops as a caul; a net; a fold; a film.
(n.) The cocoon or chrysalis of an insect.
(1) These four antigens consisted of S of MNSs blood group, Lua of Lutheran blood group, and K and Kpa of Kell-Cellano blood group.
(2) If Henry VIII belonged to the rare Kell positive blood group , he would have found difficulty in fathering more than one child with any Kell-negative woman.
(3) A distribution rate of the leukocytic histocompatibility antigens of HLA loci, A, B, C and basic erythrocytic blood groups of the ABO system, rhesus, P, Duffy, Kell was investigated among people of Azerbaijani nationality suffering from the familial forms of urolithiasis.
(4) Amniocentesis is indicated in only a few circumstances: previous child with erythroblastosis fetalis, significant increase in maternal Coombs titer, presence of Kell antigen in the father, and after comparison of the relative risks of hemolytic disease and amniocentesis in each patient.
(5) The Kell cDNA sequence predicts a 732-amino acid protein.
(6) One of six boys chronic granulomatous disease was shown to have the rare Kell phenotype, McLeod, by both manual and Auto Analyzer techniques.
(7) The results of the present study did not show any indication of linkage between dermatoglyphic patterns on fingertips (ulnar loops, radial loops, whorls and arches) and the ABO, MN, Rh, Kell and Xg blood groups.
(8) Serological studies of the McLeod type suggest that the weak Kell antigens that are present differ qualitatively and quantitatively from those on red cells of common Kell type.
(9) Eddie Hearn on Friday handed Amir Khan and Kell Brook the ultimate incentive to bring one of British boxing’s most frustrating rivalries to a dramatic conclusion: a Wembley date in high summer.
(10) In contrast, the M and Pra antigens of glycophorin A, the Kell system antigens, and the P1 antigen became detectable only after hemin induction.
(11) The present study confirms previous findings on the ABO, MNSs, Kell, Duffy, erythrocyte acid phosphatase, adenosine deaminase and adenylate kinase systems, and contributes the first account of the peptidase A, B, C and D, first and second locus phosphoglucomutase, glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase, esterase D, haptoglobin, transferrin, Gm and Inv systems in the Njinga.
(12) Kell Brook keeps focus to beat Canada’s Kevin Bizier in two rounds Read more Eubank Jr appeared as if he was tiring but he did enough in the early rounds to have won on points had it gone the distance.
(13) Fetal hematocrit values of blood obtained by percutaneous umbilical blood sampling were correlated with ultrasound findings in 35 samples from 15 pregnancies undergoing evaluation for Rh or Kell sensitization.
(14) It is suggested that either non-specific adsorption of the anti-K may have occurred due to the Matuhasi-Ogata phenomenon; or, the antibody was an auto "minicking anti-K" capable of reacting with a broader specificity within the Kell system.
(15) I have no interest in fighting Kell Brook at the moment because there are so many other, bigger fights out there for me,” said Khan.
(16) Mouse hybridoma clones have produced monoclonal antibodies directed against the K:14 and K:2 high-incidence antigens of the Kell blood group system.
(17) Screening for Kell antigen before transfusing premenopausal women would be a means of avoiding erythroblastosis, but the rarity of severe disease does not justify this approach.
(18) At this concentration of DTT, only the Jsa and Jsb antigens are completely denatured; all other Kell system antigens tested (K, k, Kpb, Ku) are essentially unaffected.
(19) An 84-year-old woman with intestinal bleeding had marked reduction of red blood cell antigenicity in the Kell system, and a positive direct antiglobulin test caused by auto-anti-Kpb.
(20) In 239 German patients with atopic conditions (atopic dermatitis, hay fever, allergic rhinitis, bronchial asthma, and acute urticaria) the phenotype and gene distribution of 15 genetic blood polymorphisms (ABO, MNSs, rhesus, P, Kell, Duffy, Kidd, Hp, Gc, Gm, Inv, aP, PGM1, EsD, and 6-PGD) were analyzed and compared with those in 151 selected controls (individuals clinically free of allergic conditions and without allergy in the family history).
(v. i.) An issue of water from the earth; a spring; a fountain.
(v. i.) A pit or hole sunk into the earth to such a depth as to reach a supply of water, generally of a cylindrical form, and often walled with stone or bricks to prevent the earth from caving in.
(v. i.) A shaft made in the earth to obtain oil or brine.
(v. i.) Fig.: A source of supply; fountain; wellspring.
(v. i.) An inclosure in the middle of a vessel's hold, around the pumps, from the bottom to the lower deck, to preserve the pumps from damage and facilitate their inspection.
(v. i.) A compartment in the middle of the hold of a fishing vessel, made tight at the sides, but having holes perforated in the bottom to let in water for the preservation of fish alive while they are transported to market.
(v. i.) A vertical passage in the stern into which an auxiliary screw propeller may be drawn up out of water.
(v. i.) A depressed space in the after part of the deck; -- often called the cockpit.
(v. i.) A hole or excavation in the earth, in mining, from which run branches or galleries.
(v. i.) An opening through the floors of a building, as for a staircase or an elevator; a wellhole.
(v. i.) The lower part of a furnace, into which the metal falls.
(v. i.) To issue forth, as water from the earth; to flow; to spring.
(v. t.) To pour forth, as from a well.
(v. t.) In a good or proper manner; justly; rightly; not ill or wickedly.
(v. t.) Suitably to one's condition, to the occasion, or to a proposed end or use; suitably; abundantly; fully; adequately; thoroughly.
(v. t.) Fully or about; -- used with numbers.
(v. t.) In such manner as is desirable; so as one could wish; satisfactorily; favorably; advantageously; conveniently.
(v. t.) Considerably; not a little; far.
(a.) Good in condition or circumstances; desirable, either in a natural or moral sense; fortunate; convenient; advantageous; happy; as, it is well for the country that the crops did not fail; it is well that the mistake was discovered.
(a.) Being in health; sound in body; not ailing, diseased, or sick; healthy; as, a well man; the patient is perfectly well.
(a.) Being in favor; favored; fortunate.
(a.) Safe; as, a chip warranted well at a certain day and place.
(1) Furthermore, it had early diagnostic (seven days) as well as prognostic value, as revealed by response to therapy and decrease in COA titer.
(2) These results indicated that the PG determination was the most accurate predictor of fetal lung well-being prior to birth among the clinical tests so far reported.
(3) This paper discusses the typical echocardiographic patterns of a variety of important conditions concerning the mitral valve, the left ventricle, the interatrial and interventricular septum as well as the influence of respiration on the performance of echocardiograms.
(4) The authors have presented in two previous articles the graphic solutions resembling Tscherning ellipses, for spherical as well as for aspherical ophthalmic lenses free of astigmatism or power error.
(5) This bone could not be degraded by human monocytes in vitro as well as control bone (only 54% of control; P less than 0.003).
(6) It is concluded that amlodipine reduces myocardial ischemic injury by mechanism(s) that may involve a reduction in myocardial oxygen demand as well as by positively influencing transmembrane Ca2+ fluxes during ischemia and reperfusion.
(7) Chapter one Announcement of the Islamic Caliphate The announcement of the renewal of the caliphate in Iraq in the year 1427AH  was the arbiter between division and separation as well as the glory of the Muslims.
(8) Participants (n=165) entering a week-long outpatient education program completed a protocol measuring self-care patterns, glycosylated hemoglobin levels, and emotional well-being.
(9) In some cervical nodes, a few follicles, lymphocyte clusters, and a well-developed plasmocyte population were also present.
(10) The data from this experience as well as others previously reported can yield prognostic indicators of survival in cases of accidental hypothermia.
(11) Although Jeggo's Chinese hamster ovary cells were more responsive to mAMSA, novo still abrogated mAMSA toxicity in the mutant cells as well as in the parental Chinese hamster ovary cells 2,4-Dinitrophenol acted similarly to novo with respect to mAMSA killing, but neither compound reduced the ATP content of V79 cells.
(12) The extent of the infectious process was limited, however, because the life span of the cultures was not significantly shortened, the yields of infectious virus per immunofluorescent cell were at all times low, and most infected cells contained only a few well-delineated small masses of antigen, suggestive of an abortive infection.
(13) The role of whole Mycobacteria, mycobacterial cell walls and waxes D as immunostimulants was well established many years ago.
(14) We have investigated a physiological role of endogenous insulin on exocrine pancreatic secretion stimulated by a liquid meal as well as exogenous secretin and cholecystokinin octapeptide (CCK-8) in conscious rats.
(15) His son, Karim Makarius, opened the gallery to display some of the legacy bequeathed to him by his father in 2009, as well as the work of other Argentine photographers and artists – currently images by contemporary photographer Facundo de Zuviria are also on show.
(16) This treatment is usually well tolerated but not devoid of systemic effects.
(17) To examine the central nervous system regulation of duodenal bicarbonate secretion, an animal model was developed that allowed cerebroventricular and intravenous injections as well as collection of duodenal perfusates in awake, freely moving rats.
(18) At the time, with a regular supply of British immigrants arriving in large numbers in Australia, Biggs was able to blend in well as "Terry Cook", a carpenter, so well in fact that his wife, Charmian, was able to join him with his three sons.
(19) Content of cyclic nucleoside monophosphates was decreased in all the eye tissues in experimental toxico-allergic uveitis as well as penetration of cAMP into the fluid of anterior chamber of the eye.
(20) These data indicate that RNA faithfully transfers "suppressive" as well as "positive" types of immune responses that have been reported previously for lymphocytes obtained directly from tumour-bearing and tumour-immune animals.