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SCC

abbr.
storage connecting circuit
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At the chromosomal level, BCC and SCC patients seem more sensitive in terms of the number of chromosomal breaks per cell," Wei says.
For subsequent studies of coking and caking material properties, typical coal blends used in the stamp charging method were used both in admixture with the waste/pitch SCC additive prepared as above, and as an unaltered reference coal blend system.
SCC is responsible for school construction projects throughout the State of New Jersey.
Procedo had filed a concurrent counter-suit against SCC, and had also appealed the Borgarting Court decision that had favoured SCC.
Commenting on reports on the increase of customs duties and taxes for goods imported from Turkey, the SCC noted that this information contradicts the reality.
Patients with SCC "may need additional education and age-appropriate screening to prevent deaths from major diseases," they concluded.
An elevated SCC is a practical approach in order to detect subclinical forms of mastitis.
The present study aims at assessing the Ki-67 expression in Squamous Cell Carcinoma (SCC) of the cervix and correlating its expression with the histological grades of SCC.
PPG has supported SCC in New Hampshire since 2009 with annual Track Walk and Red Bucket Brigade collections.
The agreement follows SCCs announcement in June 2016 of its expansion into Vietnam, as SCC continues its journey towards a stronger mix of annuity-based services.
The fourth month of lactation had the highest mean SCC value (186,418 cells/ml), which was statistically different from the values observed during the first, second and fifth months of lactation (Pless than 0.
AOCS and SCC recognize the importance of sharing technology, information, and analytical methods in the development of cosmetics and personal care products and providing new avenues for professional developments for members of both societies.