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therapeutic activity


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therapeutic activity

therapeutic activity

Anti-inflammatory activity of macrolides: a new therapeutic potential?

Activity and performance (and their discourses) in social therapeutic method

Therapeutic activity of a killer peptide against experimental paracoccidioidomycosis

Control of sympathetic activity—new insights; new therapeutic targets?

Therapeutic Modulation of Akt Activity and Antitumor Efficacy of Interleukin-12 Against Orthotopic Murine Neuroblastoma

Activity of quinupristin/dalfopristin against gram-positive bacteria: clinical applications and therapeutic potential.

A zanamivir dimer with prophylactic and enhanced therapeutic activity against influenza viruses

Therapeutic Efficacy and Macrofilaricidal Activity of Doxycycline for the Treatment of River Blindness

Increased activity of vascular adenosine deaminase in atherosclerosis and therapeutic potential of its inhibition

ET-17TRANSIENT FASTING ENHANCES REPLICATION AND THERAPEUTIC ACTIVITY OF ONCOLYTIC HSV IN GLIOBLASTOMA THERAPY

PDTM-35. THERAPEUTIC RELEVANCE OF YAP/TAZ ACTIVITY IN PEDIATRIC HIGH-GRADE GLIOMA.

P03.08INHIBITION OF CASEIN KINASE II (CK2) ENHANCES IKAROS TUMOR SUPPRESSOR ACTIVITY AND SHOWS THERAPEUTIC EFFICACY IN A PRECLINICAL LEUKEMIA MODEL

Tetramethylpyrazine inhibits activities of glioma cells and glutamate neuro-excitotoxicity: Potential therapeutic application for treatment of gliomas

Polymeric carriers for amphotericin B: in vitro activity, toxicity and therapeutic efficacy against systemic candidiasis in neutropenic mice

Celecoxib and difluoromethylornithine in combination have strong therapeutic activity against UV-induced skin tumors in mice

P291. Association between Inflammatory Bowel Disease activity and therapeutic drug monitoring of azathioprine and infliximab comparing free and total antidrug antibody measurement

A Randomized Trial of Two Forms of Therapeutic Activity to Improve Walking: Effect on the Energy Cost of Walking

 

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Is work that is carried out by people with learning difficulties or other disabilities which is of primary benefit to the worker. Its purpose is to provide stimulus and facilitate social integration for those who otherwise would not work, rather than to contribute to the economic performance of an enterprise. Although therapeutic activity may be rewarded, there is no requirement in the UK to pay the National Minimum Wage. People with disability who are engaged in productive work or involved in the Supported Employment Programme (now called Workstep), however, are entitled to the minimum wage.

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