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PIGAPhosphatidylinositol Glycan Class A
PIGAPendulous Integrating Gyro Accelerometer
PIGAPolymeric IgA (Immunoglobulin A) (immune antibody)
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Correspondence should be addressed to Giampaolo Piga; kemiomara@yahoo.it
(8.) Piga A, Galanello R, Forni GL, Cappellini MD, Origa R, Zappu A, Donato G, et al.
Piga F (1979) Il mito del superuomo in Nietzsche e D'Annunzio.
Piga and Atzeni (2007) also find that through R&D cooperation, small and medium sized enterprises not only reduce their costs of R&D projects but also become more successful in accessing the credit market.
Each year is also characterized by one of twelve animalsa rat, ox, tiger, rabbit, dragon, snake, horse, sheep, monkey, rooster, dog, piga that also is said to determine the personalities of the people born that year.
MTS reagent was added to the PIGA ligand-treated cells, and the colorimetric MTS conversion was quantified after 2 h by measuring the absorbance at 490 nm using a microplate reader (WallacVictor 2, 1420 Multilabel Counter, Perkin Elmer, USA).
The spectrum of liver disease in SLE was assessed in a study by Piga et al.
The acquired mutation in PNH is in the PIGA gene and originates in hematopoietic stem cells.
In bakery products cookies have been recommended as a better utilisation of composite flour than bread because of their ready to eat form, excellent eating quality, and greater consumption and extended shelf life (Okpala and Chinyelu, 2011; Piga et al., 2005).