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BAL

abbr.
British anti-lewisite

BAL

abbreviation for
(Elements & Compounds) British anti-lewisite. See dimercaprol

bal.

balance.

Bal

 Cornwall. a collection of mines.
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BAL and CT guided FNAC in diagnosing lung cancer by correlating them with his to pathological diagnosis by bronchoscopic biopsy.
Clearly, BAL will need to raise fresh Tier 1 capital soon to bolster its balance sheet and overall financial profile.
Retrospectively, however, human bocavirus DNA in the archived BAL strongly suggests that pulmonary symptoms were caused by this agent rather than by a yet unknown bacterial or fungal infection.
In mice, time-dependent increases of total lung VEGF mRNA are associated with neutrophil influx and increases in total proteins in BAL fluid after exposure to lipopolysaccharide (LPS) (Karmpaliotis et al.
In 2014, BAL will link to a yet-to-be announced Latin American lest for joint projects-in-development workshops.
Ultrastructural Characteristics of SARS-CoV-Infected BAL Specimen
The researchers also measured BAL cell permeability, an indicator of decreased membrane integrity, and determined that the proportion of nonviable BAL cells increased significantly in the CAPs-exposed groups compared to controls in 4 of the 6 test weeks.
With a setting time of just 24 hours, the BAL Microflex material is abrasion-resistant and is available in both 3.
Cell counts in BAL fluid were obtained with a hemocytometer, and cell viability was assessed by trypan blue dye exclusion.
Showcasing the extraordinary Bals de Legende collection will allow design enthusiasts to connect with our roots, whilst highlighting our dedication to uncompromising support for creativity," remarked Alban Belloir, the regional director of Van Cleef & Arpels.
Initiated under the Regent, Philippe II d'Orleans, in 1716 and staged in the same theater where the Academie Royale de Musique held its performances, the bals de l'Opera occupied a central position in the cultural life of Paris until the Revolution.