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Based on oral glucose tolerance test (OGTT) results, hyperthyroidism patients were further divided into TNGT, TIGR, and TDM groups.
Likewise, the PM incorporated the 24/7 help desk for TiGR, eliminating the need for two contractor-owned help desks, and a help desk for the Battle Command Support and Sustainment System (BCS3).
Rosoboronexport offers to organize knockdown assembly of the Ural and Tigr vehicles in foreign customers' territory.
The SPM-2 GAZ-233036 Tigr (Tiger) is a high-mobility multipurpose military vehicle manufactured by MIC, a GAZ Group division, at the Arzamas machine-manufacturing plant.
Like FBCB2/BFT and TIGR, those applications are fielded by the Army's Program Executive Office Command, Control and Communications-Tactical, commonly referred to as PEO C3T.
TiGR and CIDNE at all times to input SIGACTs; track
They also integrate TeleHealth Services' proprietary TIGR interactive patient education system, which makes an entire library of educational videos available on demand in hospital rooms.
There were also EST-related databases: the TIGR Gene Indices (http://www.tigr.org/tigrscripts/tgi/T_index.cgi?species=catt le), CSIRO's interactive bovine in silico SNP database (http://www.livestockgenomics.csiro.au/ibiss/), and the BtcSNP database (http://snugenome.snu.ac.kr/BtcSNP/) regarding SNP information for bovine coding region SNPs located proximal to QTL.
Both radios were tied into a software program called TIGR, a tactical ground reporting system developed by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency.
"They would hope to develop freely and don't want limitations," said Tigr Cheng, an economist with Polaris Research Institute in Taiwan,.
The "every Soldier is a sensor" concept was improved by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) in 2006 with the development of a computer-based program, the Tactical Ground Reporting (TIGR) system, that enables seamless communication of information across the battlefield.