FACS


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FACS

fluorescence-activated cell sorter: a machine that sorts cells according to whether or not they have been tagged with antibodies carrying a fluorescent dye.
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Launched at the Huawei Connect 2017 event, the Huawei Cloud provides FACS FP1 instances as part of its Elastic Compute Service.
I can relate to Melissa's sentiments about FACS defining her and making her who she is.
Where FACS leave has been exhausted, additional FACS leave of up to two days for bereavement may be granted on a discrete, "per occasion" basis to an employee on the death of a relative or member of a household as defined in sub clause (iv)(a) of this clause.
The personnel/ psychologists involved in FACS describe every observable change in facial movement on the basis of AUs, they do not make emotion judgments rather they simply indicate which AUs moved to produce the changes observed in the face.
A symposium at the Annual Meeting of the American Urological Association in June 2010, "Progress with NX-1207: Phase 3 Pro-Apoptotic Injectable for BPH," was chaired by Neal Shore, MD, FACS of Myrtle Beach, SC.
During the anaesthesia rotation, students were shown how to access and use FACS.
html (Note: the third link is to the Smithsonian Institution, describing its collection of videotapes on the development of FACS.
The acronym FACS (pronounced just like FAX) stands for Fluorescence Activated Cell Sorter and is a trademark of Becton-Dickinson Corporation--a $5B manufacturer of flow cytometers and other bio-imaging devices.
FACS is a compilation of facial expression descriptions and guidelines for identifying and interpreting them.
Fittingly, the original support for work that led to the FACS came from the NIH under a grant program called "Automating the Clinical Laboratory" beginning in the late 1960s.
a division of Thomson Financial Publishing, has introduced an enhanced version of FACS PC(R), one of the offerings in its line of Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) compliance software products and services.