neural tube defect

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neural tube defect

n.
Any of various congenital defects of the brain and spinal cord, such as spina bifida, resulting from incomplete closing of the neural tube in an embryo.
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Pursuant to an opinion provided by the certified public accountant Fu-Jie Hsu from Ding Shuo Certified Accountants, the reasonable transaction price range is from NTD 48.
In some cases there are other reasons why NTDs occur but by taking it can help to prevent most NTD cases from happening.
NTD recently signed a three year manufacturing deal with Durhambased PV manufacturer Romag to produce its Solar Angel product and the business expects to achieve an PS8m turnover by the end of 2016, creating jobs and opportunities for installers across the UK.
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This is the first partnership in which two pharmaceutical companies, with the Gates Foundation, have come together to supply a single drug for an NTD.
In December 2008, a forum with the region's governments, partners, and stakeholders was held at PAHO headquarters to discuss the establishment of this innovative partnership mechanism that would seek to pool public and private resources and support cost-effective NTD prevention, control, and elimination efforts.
The authors assert that, in the past, NTD control has been incomplete and unreliable because of weak disease surveillance systems, and that a "new generation of diagnostics provides a sound foundation for developing reliable, up-to-date maps of the distribution of different NTDs to guide and target resources efficiently.
The results indicated that three DCs need to be established with a total system cost of NTD 110,786,400 per year.
Because the neural tube defect rate in Ireland is high, NIH and Irish researchers have worked together on NTD studies.