HBZ

AcronymDefinition
HBZHochschulBibliotheksZentrum
HBZHabib Bank AG Zurich (est. 1967; various locations)
HBZHrvatska Bratska Zajednica (Croatian Fraternal Union, USA; since 1894)
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De esta manera, el virus toma el control celular, genera un aumento del numero de copias del genoma viral (proceso que se mantiene por la expansion clonal de linfocitos T) y promueve la expresion de genes reguladores virales como tax, rex, HBZ, entre otros (51,55).
El acido valproico tambien ha demostrado ser capaz de reducir la carga proviral y bloquear la expresion de HBZ, contrarrestando la estimulacion de tax y con ello la replicacion viral; no obstante, uno de los efectos adversos es la generacion de radicales libres, por lo que se sugiere acompanarlo con antioxidantes (83,84).
Human T-cell leukemia virus type 1 (HTLV-1) and leukemic transformation: viral infectivity, Tax, HBZ and therapy.
The HBZ Group is heir to a rich tradition of banking and commerce dating back to more than 160 years.
Habib, President & Chief Executive Officer of HBZ Group delivered the introductory remarks and introduced Shaun Wallis, the newly appointed Group Chief Operating Officer.
Today, with over 90 years of banking tradition, HBZ is positioned as a leading international bank, providing business and personal financial services, with a focus on owner-operated enterprises across the globe.
HabibMetro's principal and the group's flagship, HBZ enjoys global ranking of 687 in terms of capital.
New enterprise clients include: ANZ Bank, AOL MapQuest, Coventry Management Services, Cybozu, DC-OCTO, Eni SpA, Financial Times, HBZ, HM Government Department (UK), Metro AG, Newsbank, Next Company, Nomura Securities, Research Council of Norway (Norges Forskningsrad), ProQuest, Reed Business, TeleListas, University Library Bielefeld, Zhaopin Ltd.
Demonstrating a strong commitment to Pakistan's economy, HBZ is the principal shareholder of HABIBMETRO.
New enterprise search clients include SBC, HBZ, The
On the other hand, it relates to the specialist journals in the field of natural sciences and medicine, which are used by the library locations of HBZ itself (subject-specific management).