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CoA

abbr.
coenzyme A

CoA

abbreviation for
(Biochemistry) coenzyme A
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If any school personnel think that a student is a COA and requires services, he or she should feel comfortable consulting with the PSC.
COA publishes a Practice Impact Report tracking this shift and the changing landscape of cancer care.
The aim is to within one tender, contract one party can deliver the desired service and service in the field of occupational health services and social services work on the COA in accordance with the requirements and wishes.
The COA removes the requirement that Helinet apply on a case by case basis for advance approval to fly in a particular block of airspace.
What disturbs me was that, throughout the process, certain members of Advisory behaved in a very disrespectful and accusative way toward the COA director and another Advisory Committee member.
The CoA sought clarity on the correct interpretation of the European Collective Redundancies Directive from the European Court of Justice (ECJ).
Most APHA committees have fewer than 10 members, he said, but COA has a membership of more than 50 state and regional public health associations representing the interests of more than 20,000 public health workers.
In this report, a child with discrete CoA who had diagnosed suba-tretic coarctation and successfully treated with wire perforation of luminal obstruction followed covered stent implantation is presented.
After this, the COA development begins and the staff looks for different options to accomplish the mission.
Compared to Japan and South Korea, Taiwan consumes less rice and tapioca than oils, fats, meats and fruits, a trend the COA encourages locals to reverse.
In December 2009 the Competition Appeal Tribunal (CAT) upheld BAA's appeal, the CC then successfully appealed to the CoA which in October 2010 overturned the CAT's decision.
The voluntary CoA Guideline outlines the type and scope of information that should appear on a CoA provided by an ingredient supplier to its finished product manufacturer for a component or ingredient used in a dietary supplement.