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GTGGot To Go
GTGGet Together
GTGGo-to-Ground (dog competition)
GTGGood To Go
GTGGray to Gray
GTGGreen to Green
GTGGlobal Technology Group (various locations)
GTGGas Turbine Generator
GTGGray to Gray (LCD response timing)
GTGGame Tying Goals (hockey)
GTGGolden Tee Golf (game)
GTGGet the Girl
GTGGreen Thumb Gardening (Underhill, VT)
GTGGlory to God (also seen as G2G)
GTGGlobal Travel Group
GTGGrowing to Greatness (various organizations)
GTGGirl to Girl
GTGGlobal Tone Generation
GTGGroomer to Groomer (magazine)
GTGGood Time Girls
GTGGaussian-Type Geminal
GTGGraphics to Go
GTGGo To Guy/Gal
GTGGenuine Tough Guy
GTGGrowth Type Group (forestry)
GTGGrandTheftGamer
GTGGoverment to Government
GTGGFCP To GFCP
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Prior to joining GTG, Bales held many industry-specific positions including Senior Consultant for Unified Strategies, Inc.; Division Director, Spine, at Encore Medical Corporation; Vice President of Sales at Protek, Inc., a Swiss orthopedic device company; and Vice President of Sales at DePuy, Inc., a Johnson & Johnson company.
GTG is most useful in forecasting upper-level, clear-air turbulence (CAT) associated with upper-level fronts and jet streams.
Bionomics and its academic collaborators will support GTG in the development and marketing of these tests.
"I am excited to join the GTG family of companies," said James MacKenzie, president of QuorTech Solutions and former general manager of the business unit for Nortel Networks.
(GTG) family of companies located in Sarasota, Florida.
GTG's Melbourne based laboratory will provide the paternity testing analysis for DNA Bioservices.
In a second diagnostic deal, Bionomics granted worldwide testing and marketing rights, including exclusivity for Australia and New Zealand, to Genetic Technologies (GTG).
(LAP013) JOHN JOSEPH, CEO of GET GROUP PLC (GTG.L), describes the company's business and its background; prospects for the industry, with positive and negative trends; competitive threats; strategic opportunities for the firm including its marketing plans and acquisition potential; management strength and organization; and the financial prospects of the firm looking forward.
Primers TB11 (5'-ACC AAC GAT GGG GTG TGT CCA T) and TB12 (5'-CTT GTC GAA CCG CAT ACC CT) amplified a 439-bp fragment between positions 398 and 836 of the published gene sequence for 65-kDa heat shock protein (3).