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PETPositron Emission Tomography
PETParent Effectiveness Training
PETPersonal Electronic Transactor (early Commodore PC)
PETPeter (New Testament)
PETPetroleum
PETPhysical Education Teacher (various schools)
PETParaffin-Embedded Tissue
PETPolyethylene Terephthalate (more common than PETE)
PETPhysical Education Training (various schools)
PETPharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics (journal)
PETPreliminary English Test
PETPrevention, Education and Training
PETPreservative Efficacy Test
PETPeten (Guatemala territorial division)
PETPrograma de Educação Tutorial (Portuguese: Education Program Tutorial; Brazil)
PETPlan de Expansión de Transmisión (Spanish: Transmission Expansion Plan)
PETPrivacy Enhancing Technologies (Symposium)
PETPolitiets Efterretningstjeneste (Danish for Police Intelligence Agency)
PETPlanning, Environment and Transport (Gold Coast City Council; Australia)
PETPetroleum Ether
PETProgram Editor Top Overflow File
PETPersonal Electronic Transactor
PETProgramming Environment and Training
PETPotential Evapotranspiration
PETPost-Exposure Treatment (rabies vaccination)
PETPierre Elliot Trudeau (former Canadian Prime Minister)
PETPrograma de Empleo Temporal (Spanish: Temporary Employment Program; Mexico)
PETPhotoinduced Electron Transfer
PETProgramming Environment and Training (HPCMP)
PETPrivacy Enhancing Technology
PETPotentially Exempt Transfer (UK inland revenue)
PETPersonal Terminal (MegaMan, gaming)
PETPupil Evaluation Team
PETPre-Eclamptic Toxaemia
PETPositron Emissie Tomografie (Dutch)
PETPerformance Evaluation Tool
PETPrint Enhancement Technology
PETPriority Encoding Transmission (algorithm)
PETPiezoelectric Transformer
PETPersuasion Emotion and Trust
PETPrimary Economic Term (stock market transaction reporting)
PETProton Electron Telescope
PETPrecision End Trimmed (lumber)
PETPresidential Electoral Tribunal (Philippines)
PETPerformance Evaluation Test
PETProductivity Enhancement and Technology
PETUser Productivity Enhancement and Technology Transfer (Previously Productivity Enhancement and Technology)
PETPiezo-Electric Transducer
PETPhase Elapsed Time
PETPerformance Evaluation Team
PETPortable Electronic Thermometer
PETPreemptive Targeting
PETPet Energy Therapy
PETPile Echo Tester (system for testing piles/shafts/deep foundations)
PETProject Execution Team
PETPersonal Electronic Thingy
PETProtected Entrance Terminal
PETProfessional Employment Training
PETProduct Enterprise Team (US Navy)
PETProposal Evaluation Tool
PETPolling Every Time
PETPiston Engine Technology
PETPermanent Engaged Tone
PETProduction Environmental Test
PETProcess Enhancement Team
PETPropulsion Engineering Trainer
PETPeak Engine Torque
PETParker Endotracheal Tube
PETPulse Energy Thermography
PETPilot-Line Experiment Technology
PETPhase Emission Tomography
PETPrecision Electric Turret
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The paraffin-embedded tissues were sectioned at 4 [micro]m in thickness and stained with hematoxylin and eosin.
Zhang et al., "Fusion of HMGA1 to the LPP/TPRG1 intergenic region in a lipoma identified by mapping paraffin-embedded tissues," Cancer Genetics and Cytogenetics, vol.
Sachs et al., "Robustness of next generation sequencing on older formalin-fixed paraffin-embedded tissue," PLoS ONE, vol.
(11) In the macaw we describe, no viral particles were observed histologically in tissues, and results of PCR testing of paraffin-embedded tissues for the major lymphoma-causing viruses of poultry were negative.
The isolation of nucleic acids from fixed, paraffin-embedded tissues: Which methods are useful when PloS One, 2(6): 112.
Automated extraction of DNA and RNA from a single formalin-fixed paraffin-embedded tissue section for analysis of both single-nucleotide polymorphisms and mRNA expression.
Extraction and amplification of DNA from formalin-fixed, paraffin-embedded tissues. Appl Immunohistochem Mol Morphol 2002; 10:269-74.
Extraction of genomic DNA from paraffin-embedded tissue sections of human fetuses fixed and stored in formalin for long periods.
Genomic DNA extracted from paraffin-embedded tissue with the QIAamp DNA-formalin-fixed, paraffin-embedded tissue procedure was amplified by using the primer sets DiBu-F(5' GCTAGATATGCTACCAACAAAA-3')/ITS1 R(5' CTCAATGCGTCTGCAATTCGC-3') and BuF2-(5-CATTTATGCTAG ATATGCTACCAAC-3')/ITS1-R.
Polymerase chain reaction analysis of a paraffin-embedded tissue block confirmed Yersinia enterocolitica DNA in the tissue, pointing to Yersinia as being the etiologic microbe.