PBLSPediatric Basic Life Support (emergency care)
PBLSPitney Bowes Legal Solutions
PBLSPremier Business Leadership Series (Statistical Analysis System Institute, Inc.)
PBLSProblem-Based Learning Sessions (education)
PBLSProduction Base Line Set
PBLSPro Bono Legal Services, Inc. (Charleston County Bar Assocaition; Charleston, SC)
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In brief after sonication peripheral blood lymphocytes (PBLs) isolated from case and control were used for immunoblotting.
This shares some similarities with current contractual constructs for Performance-Based Logistics (PBL) efforts in which the government pays a vendor to maintain a level of readiness, not for individual procurement or repair orders.
A 100 uL suspension containing 3x106 PBLs from each experimental group were added to five wells (in duplicate) of a flat bottomed microtitration plate (96- wells; Medium binding, polystyrene, Flow Labs., UK), followed by the addition of Con-A (Sigma(r), USA) (25 ug/100 uL) to five wells.
WASHINGTON: The Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) has approved a US$200 million Policy-Based Loan (PBL) to Panama designed to improve competitiveness in the logistics sector by reducing regulatory and institutional restrictions.
Furthermore, it might be taken into account that greater degree of magnesium deficiency which influences antioxidant activity in PBLs makes them more susceptible to oxidative stress caused by hydrogen peroxide, since previous data showed the harmful effect of magnesium deficiency on lipid peroxidation in the cardiovascular system [48], and that tissue homogenates from magnesium deficient animals were more susceptible to lipid peroxidation than animals fed diets adequate in magnesium [48].
Guidance for PBLs consistently points to award terms and option years as off ramps for the government in big PBL contracts, giving the government a way out if the contractor is failing to meet performance standards or price.
The PBLs cover several contracts with BAE Systems, Northrop Grumman and Collins Elbit Vision Systems (CEVS); and the MRAs cover contracts with 12 separate suppliers including Honeywell, GE and Eaton.
With the primary goal of developing and implementing acquisition strategies that best fit fleet requirements, the CoE leverages industry partnerships to improve warfighter readiness as contracts transition from one-off buys to strategic contracting vehicles including PBLs, basic ordering agreements and longterm contracts.
PBLs were isolated from fresh blood of a healthy volunteer using density gradient centrifugation.
Prediction of clinical toxicity in locally advanced head and neck cancer patients by radio-induced apoptosis in peripheral blood lymphocytes (PBLs).