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This turns the iron oxide into a reactive form of iron, which then interacts with another gas that is flooded through the brick to create a thin film of PEDOT, an electrically conductive plastic.
The researchers plan to use data collected in this study to determine whether tracking levels of C-reactive protein can also predict whether patients are recovering.
In 198 patients with levels of C-reactive protein of 20 milligrams per deciliter of blood or higher, steroid use reduced the chance of going a ventilator or dying by 77 percent, compared with those not taking the drugs.
High-energy charged particles can cause damage by splintering water molecules in the body into toxic compounds called reactive oxygen species.
Priming the body with anti­oxidants could help neutralize some of those reactive oxygen species and curb their effects.
Succedaneum for Chrysarobin; very active reducer or "reactive."
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The bandolero was languishing in the third reactive stage of malignant cholera.
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Must be maneuverable by operators whose reactive time is not fast, but whose judgment and foresight are trustworthy.
One of the great advantages of this arrangement will be in its reactive effect on the mother.
CONCERNING CHILDRENCHARLOTTE PERKINS GILMAN
These compounds are insoluble in ether, are non-inflammable and exceedingly reactive.

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