LSGS

AcronymDefinition
LSGSLarsen Shein Ginsberg Snyder LLP (architecture firm; New York, NY)
LSGSLarge-Scale Genome Sequencing
LSGSLeft Stellate Ganglion Stimulation (cardiology)
LSGSLondon Stationers Golfing Society (UK)
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Meanwhile, families from the less-affected areas could access LSGs and pabaon relief packs upon the release of the initial list from the "Kathanor" process.
The 293FT cells were transfected with different semaphorin-encoding expression vectors and grown in M200 medium supplemented with low serum growth supplement (LSGS) for 48 h.
Among the currently available bariatric surgical procedures and techniques, the most favored is laparoscopic sleeve gastrectomy (LSG) as either the sole treatment for obesity or as a component of complex bariatric surgical interventions [4].
From January 2016 to February 2017, 21 patients (11 females, 10 males; age, 39.6 [+ or -] 12.2) who previously underwent primary restrictive procedures 10 LGB, 7 LSG, and 5 LGP were referred to our unit for weight regain.
A LSG biopsy is considered positive if minor salivary glands demonstrate FLS, with a FS of 1 or more (defined as several lymphocytic foci, containing more than 50 lymphocytes per 4mm2 of glandular tissue) [6, 7].
He said that since a huge chunk of their clientele are LSGs, they look for new things, unique experiences.
The suspensions were cultured for 3 days in a 1: 2 mixture of M200 (Gibco) media plus LSGS (Gibco): DMEM (Gibco) plus 10% fetal bovine serum (Corning).
Cells were grown in medium 200 supplemented with LSGS at 37[degrees]C in a humidified atmosphere of 5% C[O.sub.2] and 95% air.
In order to extend the current knowledge, in the present study we focused on the site of theinflammation and assessed the composition of lymphocyte infiltration in labial salivary gland (LSG) biopsies with a special emphasis on the presence and potential importance of [T.sub.FH] cells at the time of disease onset.
More importantly, the Party and state organise foreign policy-making processes around a leading small group (LSG) of foreign affairs.
Language workgroups testing translation from English into a foreign language adopt their own style guides and write their own Language-Specific Guidelines (LSGs).