OECS


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Related to OECS: CARIFTA, Caricom
AcronymDefinition
OECSOrganization of Eastern Caribbean States
OECSOptics of Excitons in Confined Systems (physics)
OECSOppenheim-Ephratah Central School (Oppenheim, NY)
OECSOrbital Express Capture System
OECSOld Episcopal Church of Scotland
OECSOxford Early Christian Studies (theology textbooks)
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'As a long-term partner of the OECS, the World Bank is committed to help lessen the overwhelming economic burden that extreme weather events and infectious diseases can place on the people and the region,' she said.
In addition, recent outbreaks of Chikungunya (2014) and Zika (2016) and Hurricanes Irma and Maria (2017) highlighted the need for stronger and more coordinated preparedness in the OECS to respond and recover from outbreaks and climate change risks.
It is my hope that during deliberation on this matter during the 5th Committee of the United Nations General Assembly, OECS countries will support Kenya.
Travel control unit chief Timotea Barizo reported that in the case of previously intercepted OFWs with fake OECs, the two women had valid working visas, job contracts and passports.
BI-TCEU chief Timotea Barizo reported that as in the case of previously intercepted OFWs with fake OECs, the two women had valid working visas, job contracts, and passports.
The processing of OECs can now resume," Bello said in a labour advisory.
In the last decade, the research on animals have shown that transplantation of OECs and ONFs cultured from the olfactory bulb mediate regeneration and functional reconnection of severed axons in spinal cord injuries [23-28].
The scientists first removed OECs from Fidyka's nose.
OECs are cells that reside in both the peripheral and central nervous system.
The procedure involved transplanting olfactory ensheathing cells (OECs) from the nose to the spinal cord.
Raisman, a UCL spinal injury specialist, worked with surgeons at Wroclaw University Hospital in Poland to remove one of Fidyka's olfactory bulbs, which give people their sense of smell, and transplant his olfactory ensheathing cells (OECs) and olfactory nerve fibroblasts (ONFs) into the damaged area.