CABP


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AcronymDefinition
CABPCommunity-Acquired Bacterial Pneumonia
CABPCalcium Binding Protein
CABPCanadian Alliance of British Pensioners (Toronto, Canada)
CABPCameron Ashley Building Products, Inc. (Dallas, TX)
CABPCoalition Air Battle Planning
CABPCarotid Artery Blood Pressure
CABPCertificate of the Arab Board of Pediatrics
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As part of the approval, the company has agreed to conduct postmarketing studies, specifically, more studies in CABP and in pediatric populations.
This has been demonstrated by CASA's long-term ownership of EFL, substantial funding support provided to the Polish subsidiary and CASA's expansion in the Polish financial market through Credit Agricole Bank Polska (CABP).
[21] National Standards of People's Republic of China (NSPRC), Standard for Test Method of Mechanical Properties on Ordinary Concrete, GB/T 50081-2002, China Architecture and Building Press (CABP), Beijing, China, 2002, in Chinese.
CABP is an acute bacterial infection of the pulmonary parenchyma that is:
This case report describes common historical and physical examination findings in CABP and the use of traditional and more modern diagnostic tools, as well as treatment dilemmas currently facing clinicians.
But UAE-based plastic surgeon Dr Mohan Rangaswamy queries whether CABP has become outdated.
(7.) Charles Austin Beard and Mary Ritter Beard Papers (unpublished manuscripts) (on file with DePauw University, Greencastle, Ind.) [hereinafter "CABP"].
En el utero de ponedoras, se ha encontrado que esta molecula estimula la produccion de la proteina fijadora del calcio (CaBP), la cual es indispensable en la absorcion del calcio para la formacion de la cascara del huevo (25).
The following primary antibodies were used: against GFAP (anti-glial fibrillary acidic protein, raised in chicken, 1 : 2000; Novus, Germany); against CabP (anti-calbindin 28 K, raised in mouse, 1:1000; Sigma, Germany); against glutamine synthetase (raised in mouse, 1:4000; BD Biosciences, Germany); against PKC[alpha] (anti-protein kinase C[alpha], raised in rabbit, 1: 4000; Santa Cruz, USA); against calretinin (AB1550, raised in goat, 1 : 3000;