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AcronymDefinition
ARCUSArctic Research Consortium of the United States
ARCUSArchaeological Research and Consultancy at the University of Sheffield (UK)
ARCUSAir Racing Council of United States
ARCUSActions en Regions de Cooperation Universitaires et Scientifique (French: Regional Initiatives of Academic and Scientific Cooperation)
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The Arcus team has also worked on the Changing Health diabetes app.
In contrast, the ARCUS appraiser's valuation of $2,560,000 represented approximately a 79% decline in value between 2007 and 2011, which was not supported by market data.
Partnering with Arcus Foundation on this year's Great Apes Giving Day has been valuable for GFAS in promoting our updated mission to improve the quality of care for animals requiring sanctuary," remarks Kellie Heckman, GFAS Executive Director.
Sidley Austin LLP and Hovey Williams LLP served as legal advisors to Bregal Partners and Arcus Hunting in the transaction.
Baxalta is an ideal partner in CAR T for Precision and our ARCUS genome editing platform because of their global reach, collaborative business model, and long-term commitment to succeeding in immuno-oncology," said Matthew Kane, chief executive officer of Precision BioSciences.
I remember sitting at my desk in my first office in November, 2008," Arcus told Real Estate Weekly.
We are excited about the recent 510(k) approval of Nextremity's new Arcus staple system," said Ryan Schlotterback, director of product development.
Arcus corneae (or arcus senilis) is a gray-white-yellowish opacity that is located near the periphery of the cornea, though separated from the limbic margin by a clear corneal zone.
For this analysis, the researchers included 12,745 people for whom complete information on all relevant variables, including xanthelasmata and arcus corneae, were available at baseline.
At the beginning of the study 563 of participants had xanthelasmata and 3,159 had arcus corneae.
Arcus were formed after the management buyout of part of Babcock & Brown's European infrastructure business in July 2009.
Tilbury Docks owner Forth Ports has given its backing to a 1630p-a-share offer from Arcus European Infrastructure Fund, which already owns 22.