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Continuous net settlement (CNS)

Method of securities clearing and settlement using a clearing house, which matches transactions to securities available, resulting in one net receive or deliver position at the end of the day.

Continuous Net Settlement

A clearing practice in which all buy and sell orders are settled within a brokerage firm. That is, all buy and sell orders are offset against each other on a particular trading day, such that only orders that are "left over" remain to be settled. This results in fewer securities needing to be moved into or out of a particular brokerage.

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- The pipeline guide reviews pipeline therapeutics for Restless Legs Syndrome (Central Nervous System) by companies and universities/research institutes based on information derived from company and industry-specific sources.
"We've shown that gut microbes protect infected mice from paralysis by turning on a specific pathway in central nervous system cells.
The team is currently working at identifying the molecular processes that trigger the removal of myelin at the site of injury in the central nervous system. In addition to the disposal of axonal debris, myelin removal is a second prerequisite necessary for the complete regeneration of neurons.
Impact of central nervous system (CNS) prophylaxis on the incidence and risk factors for CNS relapse in patients with diffuse large B-cell lymphoma treated in the rituximab era: a single centre experience and review of the literature.
Epidemiology of tumors of the brain and central nervous system: Review of incidence and patterns among histological subtypes.
Calamia et al., "Primary central nervous system vasculitis: analysis of 101 patients," Annals of Neurology, vol.
"If I was a patient and I was feeling pain or experiencing neuropathy, the prized pain drug for me would target the peripheral nervous system neurons, but do nothing to the central nervous system, thus avoiding non-addictive drug side effects," said Bhatia.
Specifically, stem cell scientists at McMaster can now directly convert adult human blood cells to both central nervous system (brain and spinal cord) neurons as well as neurons in the peripheral nervous system (rest of the body) that are responsible for pain, temperature and itch perception.
Noble's team first identified central nervous system (CNS) cells that are most vulnerable to tamoxifen toxicity.
[UKPRwire, Fri Aug 16 2013] Global Markets Direct's, 'Central Nervous System (CNS) Tumor - Pipeline Review, H1 2013', provides an overview of the indication's therapeutic pipeline.
Objectives: Ultrasound is an effective and noninvasive modality for the prenatal diagnosis of central nervous system anomalies and thus helps in deciding about therapeutic termination.
While previous research indicated the autonomic nervous system becomes infected by the disease after the central nervous system, the new study found that the autonomic nervous system can show signs of infection prior to the central nervous system.

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