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MHC

abbr.
major histocompatibility complex

MHC

abbreviation for
1. (Genetics) major histocompatibility complex; a series of genes located on chromosome 6 that code for antigens. They are important in determining histocompatibility
2. (Medicine) major histocompatibility complex; a series of genes located on chromosome 6 that code for antigens. They are important in determining histocompatibility

MHC

major histocompatibility complex: a group of genes that determine histocompatibility antigens, located in humans on the sixth chromosome. Compare HLA.
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On July 19, 2017, the MHC received the approval of its members (depositors and certain loan customers of the Association) with respect to the waiver of dividends, and subsequently received the non-objection of the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland, to waive receipt of dividends on the company's common stock the MHC owns up to USD 0.
MHC is also pleased to announce the appointment of David Perry as Chairman of the Management Board.
Under the transactions, all of the outstanding shares of Wawel Bank's common stock will be cancelled, and all Wawel Bank stockholders other than Wawel MHC will be entitled to a payment of USD5.
All participants then returned to the MHC for the final welding of the capsules that were prepared during the previous days.
MHC molecules, in general, are divided into two main subgroups according to their chemical structure and molecular function (Piertney et al.
The open letter was signed by the three-man MHC executive directors, namely, Arnedo S.
of MHC services is critical to achieve desirable outcomes and good health6 studies focusing on utilization of MHC service have always attracted the attention of both domestic and foreign researchers.
HLA selection and epitope prediction of A(H1N1)pdm09 surface glycoproteins Epitopes were predicted against selected alleles of 10 MHC I Supertypes (A2, A3, B7, B15, A24, B44, B57, ABX, B27 and BX) and 8 MHC II alleles of Supertype DRB1 that covers 99% Asian population (De Groot et al.
Historically, the MHC has waived its right to receive dividends declared on its shares of the Company's common stock.
This article addresses the gap in the literature by incorporating qualitative perspectives of participants regarding their experiences within the Weber County, Utah, MHC: the positive and negative aspects of the process as well as their experience with community resources that reflect the goals of the Weber County MHC.
In the ESC, 41 of 63 participants (65%) reported using the MHC over the one-year trial.