CREL

AcronymDefinition
CRELCommercial Real Estate Loan
CRELChemical Reaction Engineering Laboratory (Washington University in St. Louis and Kasetsart University)
CRELContactless Registry Event Listener (digital money)
CRELCentro Regionale Etnografico Linguistico (Italian: Regional Center of Ethnography Language)
CRELCOMSOL Reaction Engineering Lab (software)
CRELCircular Regional Externa de Lisboa
CRELCentrica Renewable Energy Ltd. (Windsor, Berkshire, England, UK)
CRELCentre for Reproduction and Early Life (University of Nottingham; UK)
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Penttila, "The glucose repressor gene crel of Trichoderma: isolation and expression of a full-length and a truncated mutant form," Molecular and General Genetics, vol.
The SCS Indoor Advantage certification program evaluates products for Chronic Reference Exposure Levels (CRELS).
With respect to the CREL hazard quotients for non-cancer related health effects, three of the nine chemicals analyzed exceeded 1.0 for the direct exposure to users; acrolein (7.0), nicotine (222), and propylene glycol (967).
17 June 2013 -- US commercial real estate loans (CREL) CDO delinquencies fell last month to 12.7% from 13.2% in April, according to the latest index results from US ratings agency Fitch Ratings.
TABLE 8 Estimated A100% and ACREL for a Representative MSA and Non-MSA Bank from OLS Regressions Dependent Variable Variant 1 Variant 2 Variant 3 Variant 4 [DELTA] 100% MSA (%) 12.6 12.7 12.7 12.8 Non-MSA (%) 6.0 5.8 6.0 5.8 [DELTA] CREL MSA (%) 15.8 15.8 15.7 15.7 Non-MSA (%) 8.5 8.3 8.8 8.6 Notes: These values were generated from Equation (8).
A number of these side effects have been associated with the vehicles used for the formulation: the cremophor EL (CrEL-polyethoxylated castor oil) [8] for paclitaxel and polysorbate 80 (Tween 80) for docetaxel, respectively, that altered also their pharmacokinetic profiles; CrEL is considered to be responsible for the hypersensitivity reactions seen in patients during paclitaxel therapy.
The authors utilised in vitro differentiated Tregs (iTregs) to demonstrate that the recruitment of cRel and RelA to the Foxp3 promoter shortly after TCR stimulation led to the formation of this "enhanceosome." In the absence of c-Rel the enhanceosome failed to form suggesting the central role of c-Rel in this process.
Siemens will supply, transport, install and commission the two-section 63-metre high, 105-tonne towers for developer, Cambrian Renewable Energy Limited (CREL), which is owned by the ESB, Ireland's main electricity utility company.
commercial real estate collateralized debt obligation (CREL CDO) delinquencies edged up in October, reported Fitch Ratings, New York--the second monthly increase after four months of decline.
The Provisions for Guiding Foreign Investment published in 1995 and Catalogue of Sector Guidelines for Foreign Investment published in 1997 stated clearly that one of the government's strategies for maintaining high growth of the economy was to invest more in infrastructure and housing development in the construction industry (CREL, 2009).
WinZip Computing, a division of Corel (NASDAQ: CREL) and a provider of data compression software, yesterday announced the release of WinZip Courier, a file compression and encryption solution which integrates with e-mail software to reduce the size of e-mail attachments.
The specific design goal for such a house is to keep toluene concentration below 300 [micro]g/[m.sup.3](79 ppb), and formaldehyde < 33[micro]g/[m.sup.3] (27 ppb), which are the chronic reference exposure limits (CREL) values established by the California Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment (California OEHHA 2005).