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AACCAmerican Association for Clinical Chemistry
AACCAnne Arundel County Community (Maryland)
AACCAmerican Association of Cereal Chemists
AACCAmerican Association of Christian Counselors
AACCAnne Arundel Community College
AACCAmerican Association of Community Colleges (formerly American Association of Junior Colleges)
AACCAmerican Association of Clinical Chemistry
AACCAtividades Acadêmico-Científico-Culturais (Portugese: Academic-Scientific-Cultural Activities; Brazil)
AACCAll Africa Conference of Churches
AACCAsian American Cultural Center (Yale University)
AACCAustralian Army Catering Corps
AACCAmerican Automatic Control Council
AACCAustralian Agricultural College Corporation (est. 2005)
AACCAfrican American Chamber of Commerce
AACCAfrican-American Council of Churches (Madison, WI)
AACCAssessment and Accountability Comprehensive Center
AACCAustralian Association of Career Counsellors
AACCArab American Community Coalition (Seattle, WA)
AACCAttleboro Area Council of Churches (Attleboro, MA)
AACCArab American Chamber of Commerce
AACCAirport Associations Coordinating Council (now Airports Council International)
AACCAmerican Association for Contamination Control
AACCArab American Community Center
AACCAboriginal Art and Culture Centre (Australia)
AACCAmerican Association for Continuity of Care
AACCAssociation des Agences Conseils en Communications (French: Association of Communications Consulting Agencies)
AACCAfrican American Catholic Congregation (est. 1989)
AACCAll Arms Commando Course (Royal Marines; UK)
AACCAnn Arbor Country Club
AACCAirborne Air Command Center
AACCArmy Atlanta Contracting Center
AACCAircraft Accessories and Components Company (Saudi Arabia)
AACCAviculture Advancement Council of Canada
AACCAnn Arbor Community Center (Ann Arbor, Michigan)
AACCAirborne Alternate Command Center
AACCAmerican Association of Christian Colleges
AACCAdaptive Agents in Cultural Contexts
AACCAir Approach Control Center
AACCAll American Crew Competition (McDonalds)
AACCAnderson Area Children's Choir
AACCAgents Available Call Counter (Sprint)
AACCAssociation of Agricultural Computer Companies
AACCAuthentic Artisanal Canadian Cheese (certification)
AACCAerodrome Approach Control Charge
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St Asaph-based Microvisk Technologies showcased its CoagMax and CoagLite devices at the American Association for Clinical Chemistry annual conference, where they attracted interest from distributors and potential partners.
American Association for Clinical Chemistry's 2011 Annual Meeting
Meanwhile, the American Association for Clinical Chemistry presented a webinar over the winter titled "Novel Biomarkers for the Diagnosis and Management of Diabetes" in which glycated albumin (GA) was described as a promising marker for patients underserved by usual monitoring methods.
The American Association for Clinical Chemistry bestowed on Frajola the Bernard Katchman Award (1981) from its Ohio Valley Section and a presidential citation (1981) from its national office.
Clinical chemistry professionals and medical device manufacturers will discuss healthcare reform July 19-23 in Chicago, Ill., at the American Association for Clinical Chemistry (AACC)/Canadian Society of Clinical Chemists (CSCC) annual meeting.
The American Association for Clinical Chemistry (AACC) held its annual meeting at McCormick Place in Chicago, Illinois from July 23 to 27, hosting large enthusiastic crowds of both clinicians and researchers.
The American Association for Clinical Chemistry, Washington, D.C., experienced the same uncertainty.
Massimo Barberis said at the annual meeting of the American Association for Clinical Chemistry.
Gronowski said while presenting a poster at the annual meeting of the American Association for Clinical Chemistry.
The system will be previewed at the American Association for Clinical Chemistry (AACC) and the Clinical Laboratory Management Association (CLMA) meetings this summer.
It is co-sponsored by NIST, the American Association for Clinical Chemistry, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the Health Industry Manufacturers Association and the National Committee for Clinical Laboratory Standards.
At a meeting of the American Association for Clinical Chemistry, held late last month in Washington, D.C., scientists described two blood tests that could allow physicians to diagnose heart attacks in time to begin treatment with potentially lifesaving drugs.
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