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CNVCommunication Non Violente (French: Nonviolent Communication)
CNVChoroidal Neovascularization (eye disorder)
CNVCopy Number Variation
CNVContingent Negative Variation
CNVComisión Nacional de Valores (Argentina)
CNVConseil National des Villes (French: National Council of Cities)
CNVConverter
CNVConvertible
CNVConveyor
CNVChristelijk Nationaal Vakverbond
CNVCercle Nautique Verdunois (French rowing club)
CNVClub Nautique de Viry-Châtillon (French: Nautical Club of Viry-Chatillon; Viry-Chatillon, France)
CNVContinuous Negative Variation
CNVCastelton (Amtrak station code; Castleton, VT)
CNVCould Not Verify
CNVChief of Navy
CNVContinuous Normal Voltage
CNVCrypto Net Variable
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The Company will file its request with the CNV to voluntarily withdraw its shares from listing on BYMA within the applicable term provided in the above referred statute.
A good example of the benefits that can be achieved by combining the detection of point mutations and CNV is the analysis of the LDLR gene, which is involved in familial hypercholesterolemia (FH).
On ICGA, both eyes were found to have dilated choroidal vessels in the early phase and appearance consistent with plaque CNV in the late phase (Figure 2).
The randomised, open-label DECO study is expected to recruit approximately 20 patients including those 50 years of age or older who are newly diagnosed with treatment-naive CNV secondary to AMD.
DEFA1/DEFA3 CNV was determined by quantitative polymerase chain reaction (qPCR) using peripheral whole blood samples.
Then two related codebook partition algorithms CNV [10] and NID [16] are also briefly reviewed.
The neovascular form of AMD is associated with CNV, in which pathologic new blood vessels grow from the choroid and penetrate through the Bruch membrane into the subretinal pigment in the epithelial and avascular space.
Fluorescein angiography (FA) of the right eye showed early hyperfluorescence in the fovea with intense leakage in the late frames, consistent with the presence of CNV (Figures 1(c) and 1(d)).
A total of 5616 CNV segments were identified in the 30 samples including 1925 gains and 3691 losses (Figure 1).
Mouse Model of Laser-Induced CNV. Laser photocoagulation rupture of Bruch's membrane was used to induce CNV in C57BL/6 as described previously [27, 28].