hESC


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hESC

abbreviation for
(Biochemistry) human embryonic stem cell
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HESC has sought to ensure access to higher education for Texas students and families for over 35 years.
3), the cooling behavior of the HESC rotor was investigated.
The meeting attended by HESC chairman Niaz Muhammad Khalil, President Samiullah, General Secretary Hamayun Khalil
In an effort to show the world the very real effects of the rhino poaching crisis, HESC has partnered with Africam.
Ranged against them were a group of thirty-four countries, led by the United Kingdom (UK) and Belgium, with varying degrees of commitment to HESC science.
Two mixing cycles showing typical examples of the mixing behavior with standard full-four-wing rotors and with HESC rotors are compared.
It also aims to encourage applications for F33 senior fellowships from experienced scientists who wish to make major changes in the direction of their research or who wish to broaden their scientific background by acquiring new capabilities in HESC research.
It is amazing how much of the HESC bioethics literature confines itself to describing the science underlying the dispute, or to giving historical accounts of the committees that have reported on this issue, or to surveying the dispute in general terms rather than closely analyzing the arguments that bear on the central ethical issues.
The worldwide market for hESCs is estimated at US$3.
However, what is more exciting to us is the potential these hESCs hold with respect to their characteristics.