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The influence of YS-1 on the Dll4-Notch1 signaling pathway

DLL3, MESP2, LFNG, HES7, TBX6, RIPPLY2 and Spondylocostal Dysostosis

Blood flow suppresses vascular Notch signalling via dll4 and is required for angiogenesis in response to hypoxic signalling

DLL4 regulates NOTCH signaling and growth of T acute lymphoblastic leukemia cells in NOD/SCID mice

Cross-talk between leukemic and endothelial cells promotes angiogenesis by VEGF activation of the Notch/Dll4 pathway

Expression of Dll4 and CCL25 in Foxn1-negative epithelial cells in the post-natal thymus

Impact of pnpR, a LysR-type regulator-encoding gene, on the cellular processes of Pseudomonas putida DLL-E4

Ameliorating effects of anti-Dll4 mAb on Theiler's murine encephalomyelitis virus-induced demyelinating disease

Genetic and Functional Evidence Implicating DLL1 as the Gene That Influences Susceptibility to Visceral Leishmaniasis at Chromosome 6q27

114PA PHASE 1B STUDY OF ANTI-DLL4 (DELTA-LIKE LIGAND 4) ANTIBODY DEMCIZUMAB (DEM) WITH PEMETREXED (PEM) AND CARBOPLATIN (CARBO) IN PATIENTS WITH 1ST-LINE NON-SQUAMOUS NSCLC

DESCAMPS, Baron (died 1933), ministre d’Etat, ancien ministre des Sciences et des Arts, Vice-President du Sénat; professeur de droit international, Université Louvain; DCL Oxford, DLL Edimbourg, M. Académie royale de Belgique, M. Associé; Institut de France, M. Cour permanente d’arbitrage de la Haye, M et anc. Président Institut colonial international; anc. Sécrétaire général et Président, Institut de droit international

 

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Abbrev. for dynamic link library. In the Microsoft Windows and OS/2 operating systems, a library of utility programs stored as separate files with DLL extensions. When needed by a program, they are loaded into memory and executed. DLLs can be shared and their utility programs can be updated without affecting the calling program. Although extra time is spent in disk input/output, disk caching and faster disk subsystems make this a valuable technique. See also overlay.

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