BOL

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AcronymDefinition
BOLBuzz Out Loud
BOLBole (SIL code, Nigeria)
BOLBolivia (ISO Country code)
BOLBruin Online
BOLBooks Online
BOLBill Of Lading
BOLBureau of Land (Illinois)
BOLBug Out Location
BOLBest Of Luck
BOLBroek Op Langedijk (Dutch town)
BOLBeginning Of Line
BOLBark Out Loud
BOLBoard of Livestock (Montana)
BOLBureau of Laboratories (various locations)
BOLBuy on Line
BOLBusiness Oriented Language
BOLBoard of Legislators (New York)
BOLBeginning Of Life
BOLBureau of Licensing (various locations)
BOLBrasil Online
BOLBolaffi (philatelic catalog)
BOLBeacon of Light (studio)
BOLBread of Life
BOLBe on the Lookout
BOLBurst Out Laughing
BOLBalls Of Light (paranormal phenominon associated with crop circles)
BOLBücher Online (Internet book shop)
BOLBack On-Line
BOLBupers Online (US Navy)
BOLBankers Online
BOLBausch and Lomb Inc. (stock symbol)
BOLBuildingonline
BOLBe On Later (chat)
BOLBearing Only Launch
BOLBursts Out Laughing
BOLBharat On Line
BOLBe on Lookout
BOLBeds On Line
BOLBenji Off the Leash (movie)
BOLBangalore Online (city guide website; India)
BOLBangladesh On Line
BOLBusiness Opportunity List
BOLBrotherhood of Liberty
BOLBends Over Laughing
BOLBrotherhood of Leet (Internet TV show)
BOLBridge Occupancy License (Pennsylvania DOT)
BOLBuskerud Online
BOLBuyout Labor (Marriott)
BOLBachelor of Oriental Learning
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On a daily basis, scientists at the Bureau of Laboratories protect the health and safety of Michiganders by testing for hundreds of microbes, diseases and chemical substances in human, animal and environmental sources.
Samples were cultured, screened by polymerase chain reaction, and characterized by conventional serotyping and molecular subtyping processes (pulsed-field gel electrophoresis and whole genome sequencing of isolates) by MDHHS Bureau of Laboratories.
From 1968 until 1973, he was chief of the Virus and Rickettsial Disease Section, Bureau of Laboratories. This period saw the emergence of several important new viral diseases (or of diseases at first thought to have a viral etiology) and the emergence of increasingly sophisticated approaches to virus research, virus detection and identification, and the means to guide CDC's mission of disease prevention and control.
In 2009, the Idaho Bureau of Laboratories instituted the pooling technique.
This project was funded by the Idaho Bureau of Laboratories. Thanks are extended to Deb Parliman with the USGS Idaho Water Center for her contributions to the study.
Perhaps no one knows this better than Lillian Stark, PhD, MPH, MS, virology administrator at the Florida Bureau of Laboratories (FBL) and adjunct faculty member at the University of South Florida College of Public Health.
"We're in full compliance with the recommendations of the March of Dimes," says Tom Hickey, chemistry division director at the Bureau of Laboratories, South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC).
Hoenig serves as the Miami Chemical Terrorism Coordinator at the Florida Department of Health, Bureau of Laboratories. For additional information, contact Mr, Hoenig by telephone at (305) 325-3279 or by e-mail at <steven_hoenig@doh.state.fl.us>.
Eventually two determined public health officials--William Park, director of the New York City Health Department Bureau of Laboratories, and Hermann Biggs, the first director of the health department's Division of Pathology, Bacteriology and Disinfection--spearheaded the diphtheria-control drive in New York City.
He served as Chairman of a technical advisory committee to the State of Pennsylvania, Department of Health, Bureau of Laboratories from 1984 to 1992.
[1] Laboratory Leadership Service, CDC; [2] Division of Foodborne, Waterborne and Environmental Diseases, National Center for Emerging and Zoonotic Infectious Diseases, CDC; [3] Epidemic Intelligence Service, CDC; [4] Division of Foodborne, Waterborne and Environmental Diseases, National Center for Emerging and Zoonotic Infectious Diseases, CDC; [5] Bureau of Epidemiology and Population Health, Michigan Department of Health and Human Services; [6] Bureau of Laboratories, Michigan Department of Health and Human Services; [7] Ottawa County Department of Public Health, Holland, Michigan; [8] Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratories, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado.
A majority of the positive influenza specimens confirmed by MDHHS Bureau of Laboratories this flu season have been an H1N1 virus.
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