ATBF

AcronymDefinition
ATBFAdipose Tissue Blood Flow
ATBFAfrican Tick-Bite Fever
ATBFAustralasian Tissue Banking Forum
ATBFAlan T. Brown Foundation to Cure Paralysis (est. 1988; New York, NY)
ATBFAsian Tchoukball Federation
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Diagnosis of ATBF was affirmed by positive PCR result from the crust of the eschar; further sequence analysis revealed the infection with R.
(1) ATBF caused by R africae is the most common rickettsiosis among returning travelers (1) and may be the most widespread of all spotted fever group rickettsiae that are known to be pathogenic to humans.
The vector and reservoir for ATBF is the Amblyomma tick, a game and cattle tick found on the vegetation in the bush; it is known to be aggressive and readily feeds on humans.
Business Link and Advantage West Midlands staff, have helped local bank managers understand the range of complementary public sector sources of finance, such as CDFIs, the ATBF, grant schemes, venture capital funds and other sources of risk capital, such as business angels, venture capital funds and InvestBX.
The ATBF is helping viable SME businesses which are having difficulty obtaining credit and has approved 54 loans so far that has helped safeguard more than 3,500 jobs across the region.
The ATBF was first established by Advantage West Midlands (AWM) in the wake of the MG Rover collapse at Longbridge in 2005 when it threw a financial lifeline to the car firm's supply-chain companies.
PCR-positive specimens on the ATBF case yielded sequences that were 99% homologous with R.
That is why, in the run-up to Christmas, AWM announced that it was top ping up the Advantage Transition Bridge Fund (ATBF) to a total ofpounds 9million to help viable businesses which are having difficulties obtaining credit.
To the Editor: African tickbite fever (ATBF), which is caused by Rickettsia africae, is well documented in travelers to southern Africa (1-3) and transmitted by ungulate ticks of the genus Amblyomma.
The Advantage Transition Bridge Fund (ATBF), administered by Advantage West Midlands, has been raised from pounds 4million to pounds 9million to help regional businesses having difficulty obtaining credit.
African tick-bite fever (ATBF) is a rickettsiosis caused by Rickettsia africae.