SAIMR

AcronymDefinition
SAIMRSouth African Institute for Medical Research (Johannesburg, SA)
SAIMRSerial Audio Interrupt Mask Register (computing)
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Alexander Jones, who says he "spent years as an intelligence officer" with SAIMR 30 years ago, became the centre of attraction on the third day of the Sundance Festival when the Danish/Swedish-made documentary, Cold Case Hammarskjold, was screened.
The SAIMR played a substantial role in research involving pneumococci, which subsequently resulted in the development of the pneumococcal vaccine.
Wilkinson, "High incidence of early anaphylactoid reaction to SAIMR polyvalent snake antivenom," Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, vol.
At SAIMR, four of five rectal swabs collected on November 13, 1992, from patients treated at the plantation hospital yielded E.
The Chamber's reluctance to repatriate the foreign workers was shared by the National Manpower Commission and the SAIMR researchers who were involved in the testing of the migrants' blood samples.
From 1912 to 1927, not a single case of SCC of the oesophagus was documented in the files of the SAIMR. [2] The tumour started to appear in small numbers in the 1930s, increasing annually to reach a peak of 255 cases in 1987.
Professor Jenkins took up a post as a pathologist/ haematologist at the SAIMR in 1965 and started to focus on human and population genetics.
Michelle Starfield, an MSc student in the Division of Human Genetics, the SA Institute for Medical Research (SAIMR) and Wits, embarked on research visits to the German laboratory which culminated in the identification of linkage to markers on chromosome 8p22-p23 in both the SA families and in the large German kindred.