FIMM

AcronymDefinition
FIMMFinnish Institute of Molecular Medicine (University of Helsinki, Finland)
FIMMFédération Interclubs de Modélisme et Maquettisme (French model making club)
FIMMInternational Federation for Manual/Musculoskeletal Medicine
FIMMFellowship in International Microfinance and Microenterprise (Aga Khan Foundation Canada)
FIMMFidelity Investments Money Management
FIMMFabbrica Italiana Magneti Marelli (Italian: Italian Factory Magneti Marelli; automobiles)
FIMMFellow of the Institution of Mining and Metallurgy (UK)
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Brusic, "FIMM, a database of functional molecular immunology: update 2002," Nucleic Acids Research, vol.
FIMM Chief executive officer Nazaruddin Othman said five products had been approved two by the Malaysian authorities and three by Singapore while Thailand is currently considering one for approval.
Fimm, Testbatterie Zur Aufmerkamkeitsprufung (TAP), Psytest, WUrselem, Germany, 2005.
[1] Institute for Molecular Medicine Finland (FIMM), University of Helsinki, Helsinki, Finland; [2] Oncology Department, Central Finland Health Care District Central Hospital, Jyvaskyla, Finland; [3] Universitatsklinikum Hamburg-Eppendorf, Hamburg, Germany.
"The study establishes for the first time a specific gene that contributes to this common disease," said Professor Aarno Palotie at FIMM and the Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute, the chair of the International Headache Genetics Consortium.
Approximately 10 ng of the PCR product was forwarded to the FIMM Technology Center sequencing laboratory (Helsinki, Finland) for sequencing by using the forward primer (5'-TCGCATGAGATCTGACC-3') and the ABI3730xl sequencer (Applied Biosystems, Foster City, CA, USA).
(9) Institute for Molecular Medicine Finland FIMM, Helsinki, Finland
In order for juvenile firesetters from all socioeconomic backgrounds to receive treatment, it is recommended that state fire marshals help develop and sponsor programs that follow the fire intervention mentor model (FIMM).
Helgason's series on the golden plover and its summer return to Iceland, "Fimm Einnota Sonnettur, Loan er komin I-V" (Five Single-Note Sonnets: The Golden Plover Has Come I-V), touches on the beauty of the bird, its mysterious wanderings, its departures and annual reappearances, and the humor in its antics, both its observable behavior-par for the ornithological course-and its imagined connections and associations with the poet.