SFFCSpurious/Falsely-Labelled/Falsified/Counterfeit (medications)
SFFCStrategic Forum for Construction (UK)
SFFCSan Francisco Free Clinic (San Francisco, CA)
SFFCSouth Fremantle Football Club (Western Australia)
SFFCSouth Fork Forest Camp (Tillamook, OR)
SFFCStags Fans for Change (UK; sports club)
SFFCSlow Flat Fading Channel
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Los niveles de agrupamiento que se emplearon fueron: un primer analisis asumiendo a todas las localidades como un solo grupo jerarquico; en el segundo se asumio un grupo para las muestras recolectadas al suroeste de la desembocadura del rio Magdalena (CVIR, SFFC, CCAI, BCIS) contrastadas con las del noreste del rio (CGSM y SFFF); un tercer analisis asumiendo las muestras recolectadas al noreste del Golfo de Morrosquillo (CVIR, SFFC, CGSM y SFFF) versus las que pertenecen al golfo (CCAI y BCIS).
Los alelos mas frecuentes en el locus Mcs-15 AM fueron el alelo 266 para las localidades Santuario de Fauna y Flora Los Flamencos (SFFF), Santuario de Fauna y Flora Cienaga Grande de Santa Marta (CGSM), Cienaga La Virgen (CVIR) y Santuario de Fauna y Flora El Corchal (SFFC) y el alelo 214 en el locus Muce-80 para las localidades de SFFF, CGSM, SFFC y Cienaga La Caimanera (CCAI).
Middlesbrough took a leading role in the pilot, estimating that investment in SFFC could save taxpayers PS1.4m in just one year by keeping children out of the care system.
It now SFFC now works in 11 local authority areas across Tyne and Wear and the Tees Valley.
Due to the initial success of the initiative, SFFC is now expanding to help families on Tyne and Wear.
Keith Danby, chief executive of SFFC, said: "We are a Christian-based organisation and approached the churches believing that we could mobilise an army of caring people with a natural instinct to help.
TODAY: Sonia Daniel, above, and Denise Waugh, Tees Valley Regional Co-ordinator and Network Co-ordinator, SFFC
Keith Danby, chief executive of SFFC, and businessman and philanthropist Sir Peter Vardy, who founded the scheme, said they were delighted by the response from volunteers for the Teesside SFFC initiative.