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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 research report titled Global Next Generation Sequencing Informatics Market Outlook: 2015-2020 provides in-depth analysis of NGS informatics market in four major geographies with country level analysis and emphasizes on the current market trends, market size, market share, recent developments, and forecast till 2020.
With the introduction of the GeneReader NGS System, QIAGEN is offering the world s first truly end-to-end NGS workflow from primary sample to a final report that provides a simpler, more cost-effective way for clinical testing to take advantage of NGS technology and improve outcomes.
Kees Nijenhuis, MPS' vice president of North American operations, also believes NGS is a great fit with MPS' "Operator Focused, Results Driven" philosophy and will be an outstanding partner, serving the printing companies of Canada extremely well.
Since then, advancements in microfabrication and bioinformatics, combined with higher sequencing throughput, have driven the rapid development of NGS technologies.
But after the closure of Moorbank botanic garden in Newcastle, the city is without an NGS representative.
The extraordinary feature of the NGS is that all the money it donates is raised by supporters who open their private gardens all over England and Wales to visitors.
In 2012, the NGS donated PS450,000 to Macmillan, and since the partnership began in 1985, the NGS has donated more than PS14.
The aim of this document was to address elements of a quality-management system related to the analytical NGS processes: test validation, quality control, proficiency testing (or alternative approaches for assessing test performance), and reference materials.
Ambry invested in NGS in 2007 when it was first commercially available and soon after launched their genomic services division running large academic, biotech and government projects.
Julia Sewell, NGS county organiser for Warwickshire, said: "We're delighted that Dame Judi has agreed to present these awards.
Founded in 1927 on the clever idea of combining a nation's obsession with gardening and our natural curiosity for what's happening on the other side of the fence, the NGS last year donated over pounds 2 million to Macmillan Cancer Support, Marie Curie Cancer Care, Help the Hospices, Crossroads - Caring for Carers and other charities.