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ddC

or DDC  (dē′dē-sē′)
[d(i)d(eoxy)c(ytidine).]
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Noun1.DDC - an antiviral drug used to combat HIV infection
antiviral, antiviral agent, antiviral drug - any drug that destroys viruses
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We look forward to our continued partnership with DDC as the company executes on its strategic plan and pursues new opportunities for growth.
The DDC stands out as a reliable and cost-effective gateway hub to many of the fastest growing markets and service providers in Africa.
The five-year deal will see, DDC FPO, an arm of the business process outsourcing (BPO) worldwide network The DDC Group, leveraging its global presence, industry expertise and state-of-the-art technologies to dedicate an LTL-trained, scalable team exclusively y to delivering round-the-clock bill entry processing and reporting services to Volpe over a secure cloud-based portal.
With the increase in the number of genetic markers used to create unique DNA profiles, DDC and DDC Medical remain at the forefront of human relationship and cell identity testing.
DDC recently launched a new company in the field of petroleum -services bearing the name of "dserv", with a capital of QR50mn.
Dubal has been a major sponsor of the Omega DDC since 1992, making this our 20th consecutive year of involvement in this internationally acclaimed event.
A DDC member may not participate in the activities of the DDC with respect to any trust with a beneficiary to whom that DDC member or his or her spouse owes a legal obligation of support.
By expanding our capabilities to receive items tagged with passive RFID, DDC is in compliance with the Department of Defense policy to make DOD distribution centers capable of receiving passive RFID tags as suppliers begin tagging their products in accordance with acquisition regulations," commented DDC Logistics Operations Policy Division Chief Janet Cravener.
DDC noted that its testing program comprises various components, including test cell dynamometers, reliability testing, durability testing and an extensive customer demonstration program.
DDC researched the open records by combing through hundreds of documents and by January 2004, was able to reduce the number of open records to 1,591, totaling $80 million, a 65 percent reduction.
The DDC 52n and DDC 62n are the first of the copier-based multi-function products.
The committee stopped short of recommending that FDA approve DDC as a sole treatment for AIDS, saying the company failed to prove that DDC is as effective as zidovudine.