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doxxing

Publishing someone's personal information (including but not limited to their address, phone number, and social security number) online as an act of vengeance. More and more people are finding themselves victims of doxxing, in which the personal details of their lives are exposed to the world.
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Scanty numbers of studies are available on the role of vitamin C as an antioxidant on the effects of DOX and the interpretable data is sparse.
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1987) in both type of cells in range of doses of RSVL and DOX for 24 h and 48 h (Fig.
Delphinidin was found to confer protection against DOX and etoposide inhibition of topoisomerase II, thus warranting careful scrutiny against the use of these agents in combating DOX-induced cardiotoxicity.
This idea is supported by our present observation that the Chrysanthemum administered with DOX treatment gave effective protection against the production of DNA damage in both micronuclei and the comet assay, and the effect was also dependent on the dose of chrysanthemum.
Os ratos foram pesados no primeiro dia do experimento - inicio da aplicacao do EHCP, no dia sete - quando administrada DOX aos ratos dos grupos G3 e G4 e solucao salina aos dos grupos G1 e G2, e no decimo dia do experimento--momento em que todos os grupos foram submetidos a eutanasia.
He became one of the points of reference for those who created DOX BOX.
DOX, as a center for contemporary art, seeks to place contemporary artifacts into unexpected contexts, to break from the conventions of galleries and museums, to display artistic creations not as symbols, but in surprising contexts--to create a laboratory-like setting for them.
To ensure its evolutionary success, Dox somehow sabotages the maturation of sperm carrying Y chromosomes.
In view of the key role played by the enzymes, ATPase and Cytochrome-c-oxidase in energy metabolism, an attempt was made to study the activity levels in rat tissues under Dox stress.
Contextualizing Augustine within the intellectual traditions of the early Church, as Dox here does, brings more focus on the inadequacy of theater, in Augustine's estimation, as a producer of authentic meaning (signa propia), than on the more oft-remarked-upon Augustinian view of theater as a source of wickedness, paganism, and sexual promiscuity.
Because DOX and 5FU have different mechanisms of action, the researchers hypothesized that cells treated with one compound would express a different transcription profile compared with cells treated with the other.
in the 11800 block of Glamis Street, Los Angeles police Officer Dox Cox said.
Porter ends his narrative of the achievements of early-20th century artists by focusing on Philadelphia-based printmaker Dox Thrash and the "achievement of this single contributor to the artistic printing processes in America.