MCDB

AcronymDefinition
MCDBMolecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology
MCDBMonte Carlo Data Base (knowledge base for the LHC event samples)
MCDBMedical Care Data Base (Maryland)
MCDBMaster Calibration Database
MCDBMayo County Development Board (Ireland)
MCDBMaterial Control Database
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However, in our current studied in this paper, we investigated the performance of the proposed classifier ([beta]-NBC) in a comparison of some popular existing classifiers (NBC, KNN, SVM, and AdaBoost) including some robust linear classifiers (MCD, MVE, OGK, MCD-A, MCDB, MCD-C, and FSA) using both simulated and real gene expression datasets, where simulated datasets satisfied the normality and independent assumptions.
I employed DD (or DDD) models previously applied in the literature by MCDB and by LMH, while decomposing the insurance outcomes into nine alternative types: employment-related parental coverage, employment-related spousal coverage, employment-related coverage from an unknown source, privately purchased parental coverage, privately purchased spousal coverage, privately purchased coverage from an unknown source, employment-related insurance held in one's own name, privately purchased insurance held in one's own name, and insurance received through someone that lives outside of one's own household.
The cells were maintained in culture at 37[degrees]C in a 95% air and 5% C[O.sub.2] atmosphere in a Sanyo carbon dioxide incubator in MCDB 131 medium containing 10% FBS.
Prior to treatment with xyloglucans the cells were directly adapted to MCDB basal containing neither serum, respectively, BPE nor growth factors.
* Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology (MCDB) Program, The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH 43210, USA.
Because proteins are complex, one vexing question is where the first proteins came from, according to Tom Blumenthal, a professor and chair of the MCDB department.
Fresh operative human haemangioma tissue biopsies were cultured in fibrin gel and MCDB 131 medium and exposed to bleomycin (0 - 100 [micro]g/ml).
HUVECs were grown on 1% gelatin coated tissue culture plates in MCDB 131(Gibco BRL), containing 20% Calf serum, antibiotics and 200[micro]g/ml Endothelial cell growth factor (ECGF), in a humidified incubator under 5% C[O.sub.2] at 37[degrees]C and the 5th passage cells were used for the study.
MCDB/2 MCDB 131 supplemented Culture of ATMSCs (2D and with 2% FBS and 1% of as spheroids).