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AcronymDefinition
HeLaHenrietta Lacks (uterine cell variety; named for deceased patient)
HeLaHealth & Safety Executive / Local Authorities Enforcement Liaison Committee (UK)
HeLaHemi-Elliptical Lens Antenna
HeLaHonolulu English Language Academy (University of Hawaii)
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"Just as entrepreneurs with skills focused on niche markets are the most successful in a gig economy, Hela Job is focused on the needs of local businesses and local job seekers," said Hela Job Founder and CEO Ioannis Antypas.
Many villagers had fled the violence, Hela administrator William Bando told the newspaper.
Hela, also 39, added: "We have made many friends and met many new, wonderful people in Dumfries through the groups we volunteer with."
They first established a HeLa cell line (E6) derived from an ancestral cell line.
Compared with normal cervical epithelial cells, MMP-2 and MMP-9 expression was aberrantly increased in SiHa and HeLa cells, and significantly decreased after GPNMB siRNA treatment (Figure 3A).
HeLa cells were collected and then fixed with methanol:Phosphate Buffered Saline (PBS) (1:1) and methanol.
The DF-1 cells and Hela cells were cultured in DMEM medium, supplemented with 10% fetal bovine serum at 37AdegC in a 5% CO2 incubator.
Events such as the HeLa Cancer Control Symposium and Henrietta Lacks Day gave the Lacks some recognition, but they were still taken advantage of by people seeking personal gain.
James Komengi, a United Church project officer, speaking from Tari, the capital of quake-affected Hela province, said his church's assessment and response centre had counted up to 67 deaths in that province alone.
Yabe, "Human papillomavirus type 18 DNA in so-called HEP-2, KB and FL cells--further evidence that these cells are HeLa cell derivatives," Cellular and Molecular Biology, vol.