HGU

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AcronymDefinition
HGUHome Gateway Unit
HGUHandong Global University (South Korea)
HGUHuman Genetics Unit (UK)
HGUHak Guna Usaha (Indonesia)
HGUHospital General Universitario (Spanish)
HGUHydrogen Generation Unit
HGUHepatic Glucose Uptake
HGUHindleg Glucose Uptake
HGUHertfordshire Golf Union (UK)
HGUHumboldt-Gymnasium Ulm (German school)
HGUHead Gear Unit (aviators helmet)
HGUHanford Guards Union
HGUHöhlenforscher-Gemeinschaft Unterwalden (German)
HGUHellenic Geophysical Union
HGUUrinary Excretion of Mercury
HGUHand Geometry Unit (biometrics)
HGUHochspannungs-Gleichstrom-Übertragung (German: High-Voltage Direct Current)
HGUHelmet General Usage
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Professor Jim Wilson, of Edinburgh University Usher Institute and MRC Human Genetics Unit, said: "It is remarkable how long the shadows of Scotland's Dark Age kingdoms are, given the massive increase in movement from the industrial revolution to the modern era.
Professor Jim Wilson, from the university's Usher Institute and MRC Human Genetics unit, said: "It is remarkable how long the shadows of Scotland's Dark Age kingdoms are, given the massive increase in movement from the industrial revolution to the modern era.
Researchers at the Medical Research Council Human Genetics Unit at the University of Edinburgh studied almost 1,600 patients who had surgery for colorectal cancer.
19 Human Genetics Unit, Ninewells Hospital and Medical School, Dundee, UK
The research team, including scientists at the Medical Research Council Human Genetics Unit in Edinburgh and the Universities of St Andrews, Dundee and London, produced a "gene map" to improve their understanding of how MRSA develops resistance.
In a statement, Dr Ian Overton, from the MRC Human Genetics Unit, said,
"The smaller your sample the more likely something rare is going to happen," Times Online quoted Pritchard, 26, a student at the MRC Human Genetics Unit at the Western General Hospital, as saying.
Professor Ian Jackson, from the Medical Research Council's Human Genetics Unit, is working with "redhead" mice, mimicking the same gene mutation.
Professor Ian Jackson, from the Medical Research Council's Human Genetics Unit, is working with 'redhead' mice mimicking the same gene mutation.
Hastie, director of the human genetics unit at the University of Edinburgh, Scotland.
Hastie, who is director of the human genetics unit at the University of Edinburgh, Scotland.
Speaking at the Edinburgh Science Festival, Professor Hastie, director of the Medical Research Council's human genetics unit, said that therapies developed from new research would not be effective in protecting and preventing many common diseases.
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