Schewel, an assistant professor of public policy at the Sanford School of Public Policy at Duke University, Mike Shiflett, a retiring owner of a medical laboratory equipment company who came in fourth with 10 percent of the vote, and Hart received endorsements from the pro-business Friends of Durham and the Durham Committee on the Affairs of Black People.
Mayor Bill Bell, who received 86 percent of the vote and was endorsed by all three PACs, will face James Lyons in the Nov. 3 election. Bell is seeking his eighth and final two-year term as mayor. Lyons, an employee with Time Warner Cable, received 8 percent of the vote.
In June, Sartorius opened its first application center in the U.S, providing multiple systems from upstream to downstream processing with a focus on single-use. The new 40,000-square-foot facility was designed to cultivate innovation and provide customer experience.
Lavin gave the opening remarks at the grand opening, acknowledging the strategic importance of opening an application center in the U.S. After Lavin cut the ribbon to formally open the center, Laboratory Equipment's Editor-in-Chief Michelle Taylor caught up with the president.
Mechanical dishwasher manufacturer data plate with operation specifications has worn off and needs to be replaced. There are no quat ammonia test strips to ensure correct sanitizer concentration. The hot water used for sanitizing in the mechanical warewashing machine did not reach 180°F (or 165°F for stationary rack) as determined by thermal label and gauge. Hot water is available at the three-bay sink which will be used until repair an be made. Exterior of plastic tubs is not clean. Bottom of dishwasher where water exits needs a thorough cleaning. Floor drain near walk-ins contain a build-up of dirt. Food residue under line equipment at floor/wall junction. Floor in storage room need cleaning.
Aspirin's pain relieving effects have long been attributed to its ability to block the enzymes cyclooxygenase 1 and 2, which produce prostaglandins--hormone-like compounds that cause inflammation and pain--a discovery that netted its discoverer, John Vane, a Nobel prize. However, the body rapidly converts aspirin to salicylic acid, which is a much less effective inhibitor of cyclooxygenase 1 and 2 than aspirin. Nonetheless, it has similar pharmacological effects as aspirin, suggesting that salicylic acid may interact with additional proteins.
"Some scientists have suggested that salicylic acid should be called 'vitamin S', due to its tremendous beneficial effects on human health, and I concur," said lHyong Woo Choi, a research associate at BTI.
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