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au·to·an·ti·gen

 (ô′tō-ăn′tĭ-jən)
n.
An endogenous antigen that stimulates autoantibody production, as in an autoimmune reaction.
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We are extremely excited to add this S-76C+ helicopter to our current managed fleet of aircraft," said AAG President Scott Ashton.
The AAG will handle heavier and faster aircraft, as well as lighter-weight unmanned air vehicles that may enter the fleet in the coming years.
Having access into Reagan Washington National Airport will allow our customers to fly conveniently to the nation's capital from a Gateway location" said AAG President Scott Ashton.
The AAG Excalibur Card is a breakthrough innovation for the traveling executive," said AAG President Scott Ashton.
To further its safety efforts, AAG has also implemented a rigorous Safety Management System (SMS) that encompasses a comprehensive culture of Risk Management and Safety Promotion and Policies.
Acting AAG Speaks Out Against Identity Theft - In remarks at an Identity Theft Assistance Center event at the Rayburn House Office Building in Washington, D.
Steve Zou, Chairman and Executive Director of AAG Energy, said: "The year 2015 has opened another exciting new chapter in the Group's history.
AAG also operates a Sikorsky-authorized Maintenance, Repair, and Overhaul (MRO) center, and is approved for all S-76 models, including the S-76D(TM), as well as the S-92 helicopter.
But, the AAG maintained that it was sole authority of the federal government to launch a complaint under Article 6.
AAG has a long history of owning and operating S-76C(TM) helicopters in the Northeast," said AAG President Scott Ashton.
With Ciena's plug-and-play programmable network elements and 100G coherent technology, the AAG consortium is able to cost-effectively extend the lifetime lifespan of its network by increasing the ultimate cable capacity by as much as three times the original design capacity in some segments.
AAG is a 20,000 km submarine communications cable system, connecting Southeast Asia with the U.