PBSGPolar Bear Specialist Group (International Union for the Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources)
PBSGPepsiCo Business Solutions Group
PBSGPractice Based Small Group (est. 1992; medical education)
PBSGProfessional Business Solutions Group AG (Germany)
PBSGPhosphate-Buffered Saline with Glucose
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The dermal receptor compartment was filled to capacity with PBSg. The epidermal chamber was left unoccluded with exposure to the ambient laboratory environment.
After the barrier integrity test was complete, the receptor solution was replaced with the designated stock receptor solution of a 0.1x PBSg.
The receptor solution was replaced with the designated stock receptor solution of 0.1x PBSg. The skin was then temporarily removed from the Franz diffusion cell to allow full access to the epidermal surface.
This implies that PBSG and P'B'S'G are similar pyramids.
For each panel the samples were diluted in PBSG and transported by courier at ambient temperature in 3 seasons (autumn, winter, summer).
Subsequently, biodegradable PBSG/MWCNT nanocomposites were successfully prepared through silication and physical blending between PBSG and acyl aminopropyltriethoxysilane functionalized multi-walled carbon nanotube (MWCNT-AP'TES).
PBSG used in this study was synthesized according to the previous work (34).
Next, 1.0 g PBSG was added into MWCNT-APTES suspension and sonicated for another 10 min to dissolve PBSG completely.
[.sup.1.H] NMR spectrum of PBSG/MWCNT-APTES (1%, hydrolyzed) after washing with chloroform to remove the unbound PBSG completely is shown in Fig.
Canadian polar bear biologists and managers are also well represented on the World Conservation Union (IUCN) Polar Bear Specialist Group (PBSG).
The quota increase was criticized heavily by individual biologists and environmental groups in the media (below), and was followed within months by the PBSG's Resolution Number One.
Opinions come from across the scale of institutions; regional (Kivalliq Wildlife Board), territorial (Government of Nunavut, Nunavut Tunngavik Inc.), national (Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami, Canadian Wildlife Service), and international (the PBSG, World Wildlife Fund, Inuit Circumpolar Conference).