DNSADepartment of National Security Affairs
DNSADigital National Security Archive
DNSADepartamento de Nutrição Social e Aplicada (Brazil)
DNSA3,5-Dinitrosalicylic Acid
DNSADirección Nacional de Sanidad Animal (Argentina)
DNSADallas North Soccer Association
DNSADutch National Students Association
DNSADeutsche Naturstein-Archiv
DNSADépartement Nutrition et Sciences Alimentaires
DNSADoctoral Nursing Student Association
DNSADeutsche Nationalsozialistische Arbeiterpartei
DNSADomain Name Server Address
DNSADomain Name System Auditing tool
DNSADemocratic Nurses Association of South Africa
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Compared to the study of transmission network security analysis (TNSA), the study of DNSA is still relatively less.
Chemicals like birchwood xylan, 3,5-dinitrosalicylic acid (DNSA), carboxymethyl cellulose (CMC), Congo red, and D-xylose were purchased from Sigma (St.
OIL COMPANIES are planning to block the distribution of subsidised cylinders under the category of different name same address ( DNSA).
The reaction was terminated by addition of 3 ml of dinitrosalicylic acid (DNSA) reagent.
ProQuest digitized a National Security Archive collection on U.S.-Korean relations, expanding the Digital National Security Archives (DNSA) database series, titled The United States and the Two Koreas: 1969-2000.
ProQuest digitized a formerly secret National Security Archive collection on the subject of U.S.-Korean relations, expanding the company's Digital National Security Archives (DNSA) database series.
1968, Digital National Security Archive (DNSA), US Policy in the Vietnam war, 1954-1968, VI02363.
The hesperidinase activity of the cultures was estimated using the Di-nitrosalicylic acid (DNSA) method of Berrfeld (1955).
The reduced sugar product was assayed by dinitro-salicylic DNSA method (Miller, 1959) using glucose as the sugar standard.
The Defense Network Support Agency (DNSA) in Canberra sets configuration standards, and network security is a priority.