ICSL

AcronymDefinition
ICSLInns of Court School of Law
ICSLImage Computing Systems Laboratory (University of Washington)
ICSLIntelligent Control Systems Laboratory (various universities)
ICSLInternational Company Services Limited (est. 1977)
ICSLIntegrated Computer Systems Laboratory (South Korea)
ICSLInternational Corporate Services Ltd. (Belize)
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According to the company, the ICSL uses its proven next-generation sequencing technology to provide a complete picture of the genome.
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--Type III: Incomplete Complex Structure L (hereafter ICSL).
The Sarasota Arthritis Center is evaluating the effectiveness of a medication designed to alleviate osteoarthritis pain in the knee and hip, and ICSL Clinical Studies has conducted more than 130 research studies since opening its doors eight years ago.
He is vice president for the CNS Venture group of ICSL, a clinical trials research company with more than 25 sites throughout the United States.
Among the largest in the nation, ICSL processes about a half-million slides annually from 49 states.
ICSL, operting out of a modern building on the outskirts of San Antonio, employs 42 screeners full- or part-time.
ICSL's president, Robert Boughton, Jr., says taht his lab's work "is the best humanly possible" and that he spends more money than other labs do on quality control.
Present and past screeners, who ask not to be identified, say that despite ICSL's huge volume, its medical director works only part-time.
The service, which utilises whole human genome sequencing, will be provided by the CLIA-certified, CAP-accredited Illumina Clinical Services Laboratory (ICSL).