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presented the welcome crest to Tu Jianlin, Xin Qin Huang Dao Vessel Master, during the vessel's maiden call at the AGCT.
The SPARCS N4 deployment was part of an extensive $30 million EUR expansion and development plan in which AGCT also made the switch from Wi-Fi to 3G technology for mobile devices used in the field.
Combining SPARCS N4 optimization modules with the reliability of 3G has enabled AGCT to complete full electronic B2B transactions as well as achieve faster and more accurate information flow between business partners and shipping lines.
We are proud to be such an instrumental part in helping AGCT reach new levels of success with our TOS.
The manufacturing of GenePlate-PP by AGCT was performed by procedures licensed from Hitachi Chemical Research Center.
4] Nonstandard abbreviations: RT, reverse transcripfion; PS, polystyrene; AGCT, Advanced Gene Computing Technologies; PP, polypropylene; G3PDH, glyceraldehyde-3-phosphate dehydrogenase; and DEPC, diethylpyrocarbonate.
Recently, a single, somatic mutation of the gene FOXL2 402[right arrow]CrG (C134W) was reported in virtually all aGCTs in women.
In this study, polymerase chain reaction (PCR) and direct sequencing were performed in 5 aGCTs from male patients to investigate whether FOXL2 402[right arrow]CrG (C134W) also occurs in granulosa cell tumors arising in men.
Five cases of aGCTs arising in males were selected from the consultations files of the Division of Anatomic Pathology at the Mayo Clinic (Rochester, Minnesota).
All cases had classic histopathologic features of aGCTs and are illustrated in Figure 1, A through E.
FOXL2 402[right arrow]CrG (C134W) was identified in 40% (2 of 5) of the aGCTs (cases 1 and 3).
Recently, ovarian aGCTs were shown to have a point mutation in FOXL2.