APVCAnomalous Pulmonary Venous Connection (cardiology)
APVCAccor Premiere Vacation Club (Australia)
APVCAsia-Pacific Vibration Conference
APVCAltiplano-Puna Volcanic Complex (Chile, Bolivia and Argentina)
APVCAssociation for the Protection of Vaishnava Children (est. 1998)
APVCAtlantic Provinces Veterinary Conference (Canada)
APVCAIDS Project Ventura County (California)
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Phylogenetic analysis and pairwise comparison suggests that APVA, APVB, and APVC might each represent novel avulavirus species, which we recommend naming Avian avulavirus 15,16, and 17, respectively (pending approval by the International Committee on Taxonomy of Viruses).
We also performed a hemagglutination inhibition assay by using APVA and APVC viruses.
No differences occurred in age, sitting height, APVC, bicep and subscapular skin folds, bone mass, and lean mass (P>0.001).
Furthermore, biological maturation determined by means of the APVC did not emerge as a predictor of the percentage of body fat in both groups studied.
GSK did not mention what the size of this first investment would be.Country: USASector: BiotechnologyTarget: SetPoint Medical Corporation, Unnamed bioelectronic medicines specialistsBuyer: GlaxoSmithKline Plc, Action Potential Venture Capital (APVC) LtdType: VCStatus: Agreed, Bidding
Second, no state but Delaware uses a system where the annual franchise tax is the lower of two figures: one based on the number of authorized shares and the other on APVC.
Delaware's franchise tax is the lower of two rates, the first derived from the number of authorized shares, and the second from the company's APVC.(78) As a result, a high tax is payable only by companies that have both a large number of authorized shares and a high APVC.
Companies with 3000 or fewer authorized shares pay the minimum fee of $30, regardless of their APVC.(79) Virtually all nonpublic companies can achieve any desired equity allocation among their owners with 3000 shares.