CNBR


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AcronymDefinition
CNBRChemical, Nuclear, Biological, and Radiation (weapons)
CNBRCyclic Nucleotide-Binding Region (physiology)
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Established in 2007, CNBR houses about 25 people, including administrative staff, faculty, students and post-doctoral students.
noting there was vast uncertainty, and charged the President's Working Group on Financial Markets with analyzing the potential for longterm insurance for terrorism risk and CNBR losses.
To ensure that all perils are covered and affordably priced, MBA is strongly pursuing a private/public partnership to provide a long-term solution for terrorism insurance that will cover all risks, including CNBR losses, said Quinn.
Insured Loss Estimates of Large CNBR Events ($ Billions) Line of Business New York Washington, San Des City DC Francisco Moines, Iowa Total 778.
A large CNBR terrorist attack on New York City could cause insured losses of $778 billion," said Michael McCarter, chairperson of the Terrorism Risk Insurance Act subgroup.
CNBr cleavage of albumin was conducted in 6 mol/L guanidine hydrochloride, 10% acetic acid, and 10 g/L cyanogen bromide (23) for 24 h at room temperature before dialysis vs PBS.
The intercalated CNBR that occurred during the cocoagulation process still remained within the interlayer after curing.
A lot of the modeling firms have been providing event scenario analysis that is literally translating into hundreds of billions of dollars of either economic or insured loss from CNBR [chemical, neurological, biological or radiological] events" Davis said.
Isolated B[beta] chains (approximately 200 [micro]g) were redissolved in a 25-[micro]L volume of 700 mL/L formic acid that contained 200 [micro]g CNBr.
Groupe) with a capacity of 10 g IgG/L [mouse monoclonal antibody (IgG1,k) coupled to CNBr Sepharose] was used (5).
Sepharose CL-4B (Pharmacia) was activated on ice with CNBr at alkaline pH (pH 10.
Antigen was digested with a CNBr mixture consisting of 239 [micro]L of 880 mL/L formic acid (Aldrich), 46 [micro]L of 0.