GCNAGerm Cell Nuclear Antigen (genes)
GCNAGuild of Carillonneurs in North America
GCNAGuarantee Company of North America (est. 1872; Canada)
GCNAGreater Cleveland Nurses Association (Cleveland, OH)
GCNAGalère Club Nautique Auvernier (Swiss sailing club)
GCNAGrenada Cooperative Nutmeg Association
GCNAGroupes de Compagnies Nomades d'Algérie (French: Groups of Nomadic Companies of Algeria)
GCNAGolden City Netball Association (Australia)
GCNAGloucestershire County Netball Association (est. 1956; UK)
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Abbreviations SPLOM: Scatter plot matrix scRNA-seq: Single-cell RNA sequencing PCA: Principal component analysis MDS: Multidimensional scaling FVFC: Functional virtual flow cytometry GCNA: Gene coexpression network analysis dLGN: Dorsal lateral geniculate nucleus ABA: Allen Brian Atlas GEO: Gene Expression Omnibus.
Caption: Figure 2: Workflow for weighted GCNA and eigengene calculation.
"It's a long process, but it's easy to produce a lot of plants this way in a short amount of time, but we are also developing other methods that will furnish seedlings in less time," notes Roland Courtney, a field inspector for the GCNA.
GCNA Chairman Augustine Vesprey, said they intend to transform the plant into a manufacturing complex, where the fat that will emerge from the nutmeg waste after the distillation will be converted into body care products.
The Grenada Cooperative Nutmeg Association (GCNA) is accusing a new company, W&W Spices, of trying to destroy the industry by acting against the spirit of a cooperation agreement, reports CANA (April 19, 2001):
W&W Spices says it would immediately double the forty cents a pound paid to nutmeg farmers by the Grenada Cooperative Nutmeg Association, but is currently holding talks with the GCNA to work out a purchasing scheme involving the body.