GCGS

AcronymDefinition
GCGSGoncalves-Chauffage-Gaz-Services (French: Goncalves-Heating-Gas Services)
GCGSGrand Chapitre des Grades de Sagesse (French: Grand Chapter Degrees of Wisdom)
GCGSGalveston County Genealogical Society (Texas)
GCGSGranville County Genealogical Society 1746 (est. 1994; North Carolina)
GCGSGaultois Cardinal General Services (Hammond, Ontario)
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pyogenes, have infrequently been identified in SDSE, but speJ and ssa are unique to GAS, and szeN, szeP, and szeF are unique to GCGS (21).
To uncover factors that may contribute to increased GCGS pathogenesis, we describe the clinical features of 89 GCGS bloodstream infections and the distribution of sequence types (STs) and virulence factors by whole-genome sequencing of 122 invasive and noninvasive isolates.
Using the records of 2 large laboratories, we retrospectively identified GCGS bacteremia cases that occurred during January 2012-December 2014 in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.
Lacierda said the GCG had already spoken to SSS and other frontline GOCCs like the Government Service Insurance System (GSIS) and the PhilHealth on the inclusion in the scorecard of their performance in responding to complaints.
He said the scorecard is available on the websites of the GOCCs and the GCG for the public to see and scrutinize.
2, the model is divided into surfaces and the model's aspects represented by Gcgs are computed.
The graph produced by the method is defined as the geodesic connection graph (Gcg).
The species diversity within the GCGS highlights the limits of Lancefield grouping by agglutination assays, the typically applied method in the diagnosis of streptococcal infections.
These goals have motivated our cross-species study of human pathogenic GCGS from Vellore, India, a region with a high incidence of such infections.
GCG has been defined by the World Health Organization as an intra-osseous lesion consisting of cellular fibrous tissue that contains multiple foci of hemorrhage, aggregations of multinucleated giant cells, and, occasionally, trabeculae of woven bone.
GCG accounts for <7% of all benign lesions of the mandible and maxilla in tooth-bearing areas.