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NG

abbr.
1. National Guard
2. natural gas
3. no good
4. nose guard

ng

abbr.
nanogram

ng

the internet domain name for
(Computer Science) Nigeria

NG

abbreviation for
1. (Military) (in the US) National Guard
2. (Placename) New Guinea
3. Also: ng no good

ng

nanogram.

N.G.

1. National Guard.
2. New Guinea.
3. no good.

n.g.

no good.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.ng - one billionth (1/1,000,000,000) gram
metric weight unit, weight unit - a decimal unit of weight based on the gram
mcg, microgram - one millionth (1/1,000,000) gram
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Van Brandt from the river; the apparition of her in the summer-house; the after-meetings with her in Edinburgh and in London; the final parting which had left its mark of sorrow on my face--all these events, all these sufferi ngs, I confided to her as unreservedly as I have confided them to these pages.
The virtual 'Spoliarium' is called by NGS as 'the mixed-reality 360-degree experience.
One student in Grade 4, Anayah Tahir, is employed as a messenger and receives a monthly salary of 475 NGS.
While there are several quite different underlying technologies available for NGS, each with its own particular strengths and weaknesses, they all work through automating the running of thousands to millions of very tiny individual reactions in parallel.
Norgen has extensive experience with NGS, and has leveraged this expertise to develop a number of new kits and workflows for NGS applications.
The creation of MAQGEN lays the foundation to significantly accelerate and expand the availability of the GeneReader system in laboratories across China, thereby offering a state-of-the-art, seamlessly integrated NGS workflow with menu and other adaptations for the local market.
In this special section of Archives of Pathology & Laboratory Medicine, members of the scientific resource committees within the College of American Pathologists (CAP) Molecular Pathology and Genomics Cluster provide examples of laboratory assay validation of NGS assays for multiple diagnostic applications where this powerful technology is being used clinically.
Launched on the first day of the Anniversary Weekend is a photography competition, inviting all amateur and professional photographers to take a beautiful photo of a NGS garden, and enter in to win fantastic prizes.
According to a recent study by the National Renewable Energy Laboratory, "Electricity produced at NGS is currently more expensive than electricity purchased on the wholesale spot market," and "price trends examined suggest a turnaround might be years away, especially if natural gas prices remain low.
NGS is in the final qualification phase of their expanded factory to increase capacity to meet growing worldwide demand.
2) offered a promising strategy for the use of targeted NGS that addresses specific issues associated with biothreat detection.
If you're planning a visit to an open garden on festival weekend or later in the year, NGS chief executive George Plumptre offers the following tips on how to get the best out of your visit: | Take a notebook and camera.