ST2


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AcronymDefinition
ST2Stratum-2 clock
ST2Sonar Technician Second Class (Naval Rating)
ST2[not an acronym] ISO Surface Preparation Standard (for the cleaning of steel surfaces)
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Richard Hannah, Head of Consulting at ST2 Technology, said: "Organisations are running headlong into GDPR to get prepared for when it comes into effect on 25 May 2018.
3], WT and db/db mice were treated with an antibody directed against the extracellular domain of recombinant murine ST2 (10 mg/kg, i.
The council are pleased to be supporting ST2 in the development of the Wilton data centre and one of our main focuses is to keep on creating skilled jobs for the residents of Redcar and Cleveland.
The distance between seismic stations ST1 and ST2 was 450 m and the epicentral distances of recorded events were in the range from 18 to 230 km.
Features of the new ionization vacuum gauge G-TRANS series ST2 are:
ST2 concentrations correlate with the severity of heart failure.
Also in these studies, patients with ST2 levels above a clinical threshold (cutoff value of 35ng/mL) are consistently shown to have a much higher risk of dying; while those with ST2 levels below the identified threshold have a very low risk of death.
We measured sST2 on a fully automated BEP[R] 2000 instrument (Siemens Healthcare Diagnostics) with the Presage[TM] ST2 sandwich immunoassay assay (Critical Diagnostics); CVs were <4.
determined soluble ST2 (sST2), TNF-[alpha], IL-1[beta], IL-6, IL-8 and IL-10 levels in 68 severe leptospirosis patients.
26 November 2013 - US cardiovascular biomarkers developer Critical Diagnostics said Monday study findings had shown that the prognostic value of its cardiac biomarker ST2 remained strong in patients with heart failure and renal insufficiency.