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DERIDigital Enterprise Research Institute
DERIDerived
DERIDiabetes Epidemiology Research International (research study)
DERIDefence Evaluation and Research Institute (South Africa)
DERIDépannages, Entretien, Rénovation, Installations (French building renovation company)
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In patients with a fracture, occult derived injuries are those such as friction, stabbing, or puncturing injuries of the surrounding tissues, including nerves, blood vessels, ligaments, muscles, tendons, and organs, by fracture fragments following the primary injury.
There is a particular variety of Type A derived palindromes I consider to be rather unspectacular, but which 1 list below nonetheless, namely, words consisting of a palindrome plus a regular inflectional ending, e.
The basalt derived Bidar soil showed higher magnitude of swelling and shrinkage as indicated by high COLE value (0.
The second group of mice had tumors and were injected with myeloid derived suppressor cells and treated with the antihistamine, cimetidine.
The quantity of cells that can be derived from placenta, however, is much greater than the amount that can be derived from umbilical cord blood, making the placenta the more abundant source.
Autologous adult bone marrow derived stem cells (BMSCs) and adipose tissue derived stem cells (ADSCs) can help to produce angiogenesis or formation of new blood vessels as well as assist in the healing process.
In July, revised seasonally adjusted quarters will be derived that reflect all four quarters of 2009 and revised data for 2007 and 2008.
If the discount rate is derived from public market data, more often than not it is reflective of a minority interest and the value derived would be a minority interest.
In Calgary, 12 cents of every dollar of income was derived from transfer payments--Old Age Security, social assistance and other public payment systems.
NASDAQ:CYTX) (Frankfurt:XMPA) is discovering and developing proprietary cell-based therapeutics utilizing adult stem and regenerative cells derived from adipose tissue, also known as fat.
The final wear course was installed in the spring of 2004 and included manufacturer derived HMA only, no tear-off-shingle scrap was incorporated into the wear course.
199(c)(4)(A) defines DPGR as gross receipts derived from: