TCEL

AcronymDefinition
TCELTexas Council of Engineering Laboratories (Austin, TX)
TCELTelnet Canada Enterprises Ltd. (est. 1994)
TCELTemporary Commission on Employee Loyalty (est. 1946)
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TCEL, formerly known as Brunner Mond, underwent a rebrand in April after purchasing the previous business in 2006.
TCEL is headquartered in Northwich, UK, with its manufacturing operations within Cheshire producing soda ash, salt, sodium bicarbonate and calcium chloride.
According to the results of the TCEL analysis for the one-content and one-style model, the 10 Western European countries can be divided into two mutually exclusive equivalent groups.
Using a new developed computer program, named TCEL, it was found that larger sets of equivalent countries could be obtained for the one-content and one-style factor model.
The government has also set up several CMOs to service the industry including TCELS Cell and Gene Production Unit and the National Biopharmaceutical Facility in association with King Mongkut's University of Technology Thonburi, which operates a biologic pilot plant facility.
Biotechnology investors can seek support from two autonomous government agencies: the NSTDA and the Thailand Center of Excellence for Life Sciences (TCELS).
PD-1 is primarily expressed on the cell surface of activated CD4 and CD8 TCELS. PD-L1 (B7-H1) and PD-L2 (B7-DC) are the two main ligands of PD-1.
For the purpose of developing and demonstrating medical robots in Thailand, the Center for Advanced Medical Robotics, under the leadership of the Thailand Centre of Excellence for Life Sciences (TCELS) and Mahidol University, has been funded for a five year period from 2013 to 2017 with 2 billion baht (approximately 7 billion Japanese yen).
Nares Damrongchai, CEO of TCELS; Clinical Professor Udom Kachintorn, President of Mahidol University; and Project Leader Mr.