CTSGCarol/Trevelyan Strategy Group
CTSGCreative Technology Services Group (Fredericksburg, VA)
CTSGCryptographic Technology Standards and Guidance (NIST)
CTSGChinatown Singapore (gaming clan)
CTSGChannel Tunnel Study Group (civil engineering)
CTSGCitibank Treasury Services Group
CTSGCanadian Transplant Study Group
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(35) In August 2015, CTSG, CCCC and Sanya City signed a collaboration agreement.
The CTSG was expected to contribute to the "soft" aspects of tourism development by overseeing programme planning and service provision for tourists interested in the South China Sea.
11 MeDEGs were confirmed to be differentially expressed in SSc (p<0.05), including seven upregulated genes (CSTA, CTSG, C3AR1, PLAUR, LTBR, ODF3B, and ELANE) and four downregulated genes (CXCR6, PAG1, RUNX3, and PRF1) (Figure 4).
Protein KNG1 and CTSG were selected in verification with western blotting.
Up-regulated genes included heparan sulfate proteoglycan 2 (HSPG2), hyaluronoglucosaminidase 1 (HYAL1) and interleukin 7 (IL-7), and down-regulated genes included interleukin 6 (1L-6), and C-reactive protein (CRP), as well as cathepsin G (CTSG), tachykinin receptor 1 (TACR1), chemokine (C-X3-C motif) ligand 1(CX3CL1), frizzled homolog 1 (FZD1), and insulin-like growth factor 2 (IGF2).
The White Memorial Presbyterian Church CTSG provides practical tools and resources as well as spiritual nurture and encouragement for those who are unemployed, underemployed or changing careers due to the current economic environment.
p53-independent benzene-induced decrease or increase Decrease CR6, EGFBP-1, GDIA, GDI-alpha, mGk-6, Glut-3, HDGF, PKD1, ZO-1 WT: decreased p53-KO: decreased Increase ALK-1, Angrp, cardiac troponin T, Ctsg, CYP2E1, Dmp1, Fmo3, WT: increased fra-2, GHR, Gpr50, Hox-1.7, KIK-I, MPO, NEFA protein, NrLi1, p53-KO: increased Nsg-1, PN-1, RAB17, Sim1, Sox10, Tip30, TNFRrp, WBP9 B.
An ad hoc steering committee was established to create a synthesis document, priority topics, and a vision for the New England Lobster Health Initiative (NELHI) consisting of Roxanna Smolowitz (Marine Biological Laboratories (MBL)), Sylvain De Guise (Connecticut Sea Grant (CTSG)), Paul Anderson (Maine Sea Grant), Kathy Castro (Rhode Island Sea Grant), Mark Gibson (Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management (RIDEM)), Nancy Langrall (Senator Reed policy director), Ben Terry (URI student), Terry Smith (National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS)), Jack Mattice (New York Sea Grant (NYSG)), Mike Marchetti (Rhode Island Lobstermen's Association (RILA)), Barry Costa Pierce (Rhode Island Sea Grant), and Stan Cobb (University of Rhode Island (URI)).
The University of Connecticut (UConn) is the formally designated Sea Grant College for the State of Connecticut, serving as the "flagship" university for the Connecticut Sea Grant College Program (CTSG).
The Science Factory Children's Museum & Planetarium has elected five new members to its board of directors: William Balsom, a physician and principal at Oregon Medical Group; Bob Beals, assistant athletic director, University of Oregon; Scott Berryman, senior vice president, Morgan Stanley; Peter Davis, director of database development, CTSG; Sam Stender, student Sheldon High School.
Individuals from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's National Marine Fisheries Service (NOAA Fisheries), Connecticut Sea Grant (CTSG), New York Sea Grant (NYSG), New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (NYSDEC), Connecticut Department of Environmental Protection (CTDEP), University of Connecticut, Stony Brook University, United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), and the local lobster industry organized and sponsored the first LIS lobster health symposium in April 2000.