TC1


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AcronymDefinition
TC1Technical Committee 1
TC1T-Cytotoxic 1 (cells)
TC1Tritocerebral Commissure 1 (zoology)
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TriCaster TC1 and NewTek IP Series under Viz Mosart control fit that bill perfectly."
Since instant replay is practically expected in any sports production today, the TC1 delivers with a built-in instant replay system.
Results show that mobilization induces an increase in the percentage of Th1 (p [less than or equal to] 0.001), Tc1 (p [less than or equal to] 0.01), and Tc17 (p [less than or equal to] 0.05) cells.
aurescens TC1 was grown in 25 mL (1.5 [in.sup.3]) LB medium at 30[degrees]C (86[degrees]F) with shaking at 200 rpm.
Ten years after I joined the mailroom, I became the director of the General Election, the largest programme ever produced from the building, which simultaneously utilised every studio except TC1. That had been reserved for an entertainment series called "The Hot Shoe Show".
Caco-2 TC1 cells were maintained in 25 [cm.sup.2] plastic flasks.
Pasting time values of samples TC1 and TC2, and TC3 and TC4 were not significantly different (p > 0.05) from each other.
Analysis of temperature fall-off of TC1 and TC2 (Fig.
E[sz]E[sz] The container terminals TC1 and TC2 chipped in 130 million dirhams, that is 78% of the turnover.E[sz]E[sz]E[sz] The TMPA, a subsidiary of the Tanger-Med Special Agency (TMSA), is in charge of running and developing port infrastructures.
Data Backup is assigned to TC1 and Power Management is assigned TC0.
IPC-9701 standardizes the performance test methods on five test conditions, ranging from a benign TC1 reference cycle condition of 0[degrees] <-> 100[degrees]C to the severe TC4 condition of -55[degrees] <-> 125[degrees]C.