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CTS

abbr.
carpal tunnel syndrome
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cts

abbreviation for
(Currencies) cents
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cts.

1. centimes.
2. cents.
3. certificates.
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Despite the presence of some links between CTSS and oral inflammatory diseases, the definite role of CTSS has yet to be unraveled.
To solve this, we devise two resource-sharing strategies, the Cross-Tier Resource Sharing Strategy (CTSS) and Dedicated Resource Sharing Strategy (DS), for D2D users to adapt to the two-tier architecture.
The CTSS spectra have been observed to shift to higher wavelengths at increased temperatures [20].
We keep taking feedback from the customers and make improvements based on their suggestions," said Abdullah Al Bastaki, Director of IT services at RTA's CTSS
Realizing there are other "fish in the sea," content from the "Find it Fast" workshop will be included in the upcoming CTSS research classes and in next year's PDI program.
The CTSS system also starts with a chisel operation followed by disking and two field cultivations.
ARPA funded six of the first 12 general-purpose, timesharing systems, including two influential systems, CTSS at MIT and the AN/FSQ-32 at SDC [7].
For CTSS assay, the Cathepsin S Activity Fluorometric Assay Kit (BioVision, Milpitas, CA) was used.
In this analysis, the second PC illustrated the link among HINT1, KIAA1712, RHEBL1, FAM40A, CD53, ELOVL4, and CTSS genes, which have a positive relationship with PC2.
A number of transfer radiometers were used in an independent determination of these radiance scales: the UVSR, UVFR, VXR, SWIXR from NIST; the UA Visible/Near InfraRed (VNIR) and UA ShortWave InfraRed (SWIR) from the University of Arizona; the LXR and the SXR II from GSFC; three ASD's, one from South Dakota State University (SDSU), one from NASA Ames, and one from GSFC; and the Research Support Instrument (RSI) Calibration Transfer Standard Radiometer System (CTSS) Multifilter Spectroradiometer (MFS).