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SIRPASchool of International Relations and Public Affairs (Fudan University; China)
SIRPAService d'Informations et de Relations Publiques des Armées (French: Department of Information and Public Relations of the Armed Forces)
SIRPASíndrome de Insuficiencia Respiratoria Pulmonar Aguda (Spanish: Syndrome of Acute Pulmonary Respiratory Insufficiency)
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Cell sorting and selection with the SIRPA antibody allowed for the enrichment of cardiac precursors and cardiomyocytes from hESC/iPSC differentiation cultures, yielding populations of up to 98 percent cardiac troponin T-positive cells.
SIRPA Ltd will work with employees using its pioneering approach to address chronic pain without the need for medication, physical interventions or surgery.
SIRPA had its beginnings when Georgie, who qualified in physiotherapy in 1987 and spent seven years working in the NHS, was conducting research into psychological medicine and discovered the work of Dr John Sarno, a professor at the New York University Hospital.