KORCKorean Otter Research Center (South Korea)
KORCKey Operational Risk Control (reference guide)
KORCKnock Out Rat Consortium
KORCKauai Ocean Rescue Council (Hawaii)
KORCKirton Off Road Centre (UK)
KORCKnight Oceanographic Research Center (St. Petersburg, FL, USA)
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Korc, "Vascular endothelial growth factor-trap suppresses tumorigenicity of multiple pancreatic cancer cell lines," Clinical Cancer Research, vol.
“The 'KORC' certification and hechsher validate our unwavering practice, and enable us to deliver healthy and delicious salads and hummus to the kosher community.”
Thornley JA, Trask HW, Ridley CJA, Korc M, Gui J, Ringelberg CS, et al.
1992; Lurmann and Korc 1994; Lurmann, Winer, and Colome 1989; Lurmann et al.
(3.) Kawamoto M, Ishiwata T, Cho K, Uchida E, Korc M, Naito Z, et al.
The 18-year-old finished fifth in her semi in a time of 26.50 seconds but had to settle for joint ninth overall after Poland's Agata Korc clocked 26.49 seconds to steal the last remaining final place.
Marcelo Korc and Marcello Bergonzoli, for their editorial support, and for all those who made this publication possible.
But I stumbled into posterity when, after 20 minutes, nobody had shown up other than KORC 820 AM radio's Larry Profitt, on hand to do a live remote, and I realized I was really, really hungry.
KORC (Keelboat & Offshore Racing Committee) have stipulated that New Zealand IRC racing requires measurer endorsed certificates ensuring high standards within our IRC system.
This model is designed to represent properly the substantial variability among individuals in activity levels and time spent in different locations, as well as the observed variability in pollutant concentrations within microenvironments (Lurmann and Korc, 1994).