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VVisa (credit card)
VVolt
VVerb
VVatican (international automobile identification)
VVelocity or speed
V5 (Roman numeral)
VVideo
VVersion
VWe
VValue
VVoice
VVery
VVirtual
VVision
VVolume
VValley
VSingle Connection (relative to Net access)
VVice
VVacation
VVictoria
VVisitors
VVehicle
VVital
VVictory
VVariable
VVersus
VVerse
VVoltage (physics)
VVictor (aviation letter code)
VVariant
VVerso
VVelocity
VVide (Latin: see)
VVegetarian (food labeling)
VVomiting
VValor (military award medals)
VVentilation
VBritish Columbia (postal code designation, Canada)
VVessels (blood)
VVivendi Universal (stock symbol)
VVendetta (comic)
VVeto (as in V-chips on televisions)
VViscount
VVarsity
VVowel
VVecka (Swedish: Week)
VVisual Acuity
VVitreous
vVänsterpartiet (Swedish political party)
VViolini (catalog of Graf zeppelin mail; philately)
VVTOL/STOL (US military aircraft vehicle type designation)
Vsector pattern (US DoD)
VPeak Hour Flows (peak hour forecast traffic flows)
vvelocity of target drift (US DoD)
VUS DoT tire speed rating (150 mph)
VVanessa Hudgens music album (Disney Channel star)
Vsearch and rescue unit ground speed (US DoD)
VV-Band: 40 GHz-75 GHz frequency band
VVegan
VGas Flow
VVenturi
VValine (amino acid)
VVector
VVanadium
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Discussion and Conclusions: These results show that a significant degree of novel genetic variation remains to be discovered among minority populations and further analysis of these additional variants will improve our ability to identify which variants are directly influencing the pathophysiology of pre-eclampsia as opposed to simply being associated through linkage disequilibrium.
Kevin Connell, vice president at General Dynamics UK - Land Systems, said:"The SCOUT Reconnaissance variant is the flagship of the SCOUT SV programme and will provide a step-change in ground-based ISTAR capability to the British Army.
The automaker is launching one entry level variant that will be equipped with a 2.
In terms of performance, the Exynos 5433 Galaxy Note 4 variant seems to be the next best after Nvidia Tegra K1 which scored 41,713 on AnTuTu.
Again, the availability of variant frequencies from population exome databases such as EVP and the 1000 Genomes Project enabled the reclassification of these variants according to the rationale that many of them were found to be too common to be highly penetrant disease-causing mutations.
For Hb variant detection, UV at 415 nm wavelength is used.
Diabetic women with the risk variant had a nearly two-fold increased risk of developing kidney failure compared with diabetic women who did not have the risk variant.
Variant), with offices in Tucson, La Jolla, Los Angeles, Phoenix, Dallas, Portland, and New York City, focuses on opportunistic commercial acquisitions in multifamily, self-storage, hospitality assets, and offices; Variant works to increase value through strategic capital improvements and enhancing property operations.
Variant plans to capitalize in the portfolio's common areas, grounds and interiors to the buildings to improve the living experience for residents at the properties.
A variant common enough to appear in 5 percent or more of the population is probably more than 10,000 years old, says Alon Keinan, a computational biologist and human population geneticist at Cornell University.
Ingenuity Variant Analysis enables us to rapidly identify the most compelling variants from an NGS resequencing study, and Ingenuity iReport makes rich biology and networks underlying an RNA-Seq study really approachable and intuitive.
Cow and Starvout variants each occupied a limited geographic area, and the distribution of each broadly overlapped the other as well as the neighboring Grave variant (Fig.