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Catalyst

An event that directly or indirectly causes another event. For example, a positive earnings report may be a catalyst for a stock to rise in price. Likewise, conservative financial management may be a catalyst for long-term sustainability.
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The activator appliance was fabricated according to the original design of Teuscher, with modification in the capping of the mandibular front teeth.
Miguel Monroy, Earth Alives Director of Business Affairs, commented, Government registration of Soil Activator is one of the most important first steps in the commercialization process.
The report reviews Plasminogen Activator Inhibitor-1 (Endothelial Plasminogen Activator Inhibitor or Serpin E1 or PAI-1) targeted therapeutics under development by companies and universities/research institutes based on information derived from company and industry-specific sources
The bin activator ensures optimum feeding of the materials, avoids bridging and can also be incorporated into material handling equipment like dischargers and feeders.
From there, we continued to use activator campaigns and change our ad copy based on what we learned about our fans and targeting them more effectively.
They then combined these newly identified noise enhancers with known transcription activators in a cell line that serves as a model for HIV latency.
Activator 1000 Odor Control Lemon Lime Formula is a three month treatment that comes in three 8 oz.
Still, activator gel, like the Lakers, met their match with the rise of a certain team from the Windy City.
PAION AG, Aachen, Germany, a company focusing on the development of treatment opportunities for stroke and other thrombotic diseases has initiated a new plasminogen activator program, which is intended to serve as a long-term life cycle management tool for Desmoteplase and a mid term option for indications not within the current profile and development program of Desmoteplase.

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