CYT


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CYTCycle de Transition (French: Transition Cycle; school; Switzerland)
CYTChristian Youth Theater (various locations)
CYTCannabis Youth Treatment (various organizations)
CYTCertified Yoga Teacher
CYTCan You Talk
CYTCertified Yoga Therapist
CYTConstruction Youth Trust (UK)
CYTCanberra Youth Theatre (Australia; est. 1972)
CYTSee You Tomorrow
CYTCardington Yutaka Technologies (Honda Motor Co.)
CYTCatholic Youth Team (New Zealand)
CYTCenter for Youth in Transition (Maryland and Washington, DC)
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En el nuevo paradigma la autora delinea algunos aspectos centrales del debate actual de la gobernanza de la CyT, entre ellos, la gobernanza participativa, la institucionalizacion de los mecanismos de evaluacion del impacto social y la importancia de contextualizar regional y localmente el diseno de las politicas de CTI.
Following treatment with Cyt C, cell densities at 3, 6 and 9 day time points showed statistically significant decreases (Figure 2).
A new tidal gate at the Snowdon Street Bridge has also been installed to provide an additional, second line of defence to the existing Cyt tidal gates.
Mitochondrial cytochrome oxidase I (COI) and cytochrome b (cyt b) sequences used in this study.
In our research, APS-1d-induced apoptosis was accompanied by the alteration of expression of the Bcl-2 family members, disruption of mitochondrial potential, release of Cyt c from mitochondria and activation of capase-9 and downstream caspase-3.
Facilitated by CYT, the Universities are approached and encouraged to nominate their best students for the awards who, in turn, are invited to submit their CV and attend regional interviews in front of high profile judges drawn from across the industry.
The molecular characterization of thirteen Euptychiina species common to the northern Central Cordillera of the Colombian Andes was carried out using mitochondrial DNA sequences of the 3' Cyt b gene, the [tRNA.sup.Ser] and the terminal portion of 3' ND1.