A2A

AcronymDefinition
A2AAccess to Archives (UK)
A2AApplication to Application
A2AAthens-to-Atlanta (in-line skating event; Georgia)
A2AAir-To-Air (weapon)
A2AAdministration-to-Administration
A2AAirline to Airline
A2AAshes to Ashes (TV series)
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A2A works with farmers, forest lot owners and any other landowner who shares the same vision.
By stimulating A2A receptors, adenosine stops T-cells within the immune system from proliferating and reduces their ability to destroy cancer cells.
Muller and her colleagues developed an A2A antagonist in ultrapure and water-soluble form (designated MSX-3).
A2A has been developed to support young carers, children in care and young people leaving care.
A2A expects to raise its profit margins in 2012 compared with 2011 and post a profit this year following a 2011 loss after write-downs connected with the Edison sale and Edipower reorganisation.
A2A recently designed a control room intended to support 19 operator workstations, however, the IT staff noticed that the new systems caused a significant increase in both noise and temperature levels, in addition to attracting a considerable amount of dirt.
As a result, A2A attended an automation tradeshow in search of an extension solution capable of addressing these system issues.
A2A produces, sells and distributes electricity and gas also in Italy.
This project is a part of the automaker's strategy to market a full range of electric vehicles and for A2A it is a part of efforts to promote sustainable development.
Umberto Quadrino also said a 10 percent stake of Edison itself could be sold, confirming speculation that the company, jointly controlled by A2A and France's EDF, could be reorganized.
University of Virginia Patent Foundation (Charlottesville, VA) has patented a therapeutic method for treating biological diseases that includes the administration of an effective amount of a suitable antibiotic agent, antifungal agent or antiviral agent in conjunction with an A2A adenosine receptor agonist.