HBDS

AcronymDefinition
HBDSHypergraph Based Data Structure
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The HBDS was launched by the Department for Work and Pensions as a pilot scheme in December 2017, to match customer information held by councils with employer information held by Her Majesty's Revenue and Customs.
DESs can be easily synthesized with quaternary ammonium salt and hydrogen bond donor (HBD) with a gentle heating temperature range (70[degrees]C-90[degrees]C), and no further purification is required [13].
(b) Important antiproteases and antimicrobial proteins in the lung include AAT, SLPI, elafin, the cathelicidin LL-37, lactoferrin, and the human beta defensins (HBDs); these can be cleaved and inactivated by neutrophil elastase in the CF lung.
DESs were prepared by heating ChCl and HBDs to 80[degrees]C with constant stirring until a homogeneous liquid was formed.
(16) Four different human [beta]-defensins (hBD 1-4) have been found and functionally characterized, however, based on genomic targeting, the number of [beta]-defensins has been suggested to be over 20.
Ex vivo lung perfusion (EVLP) has emerged as an essential tool for the reassessment, under a controlled scenario, of lungs from heart-beating donors (HBDs) that initially did not meet transplantation criteria [3-8].
He also explained that although inter-family marriage may exacerbate the problem, nowadays because HBDs are spread across Oman, people aren't necessarily safe even if they choose to marry from outside of their tribe.
The researcher plans to continue studying the role of hBDs in oral health and to develop diagnostic tools that use the biomarker to detect early cancer.
For brevity, and to base the names, as much as possible, on the relevant water bodies, I use these stock names: Baffin Bay (BB), Foxe Basin (FB), Hudson Bay-Davis Strait (HBDS), and Southern and Eastern Hudson Bay (SEHB).I test these hypothesized stock delineations using new information from satellite-linked radio tags that track movements of individuals and from published data.
hBDs have demonstrated activity against gram-positive and -negative bacteria, mycobacteria, fungi, and certain enveloped viruses at low micromolar concentrations (7,8).
Deep eutectic solvents (DESs) are commonly made up of two or more compounds, a combination of hydrogen bond donors (HBDs) and hydrogen bond acceptors (HBAs), which form liquids upon mixing with melting points below that of the individual components due to self-association [12, 13].