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dep.

1. department.
2. departs.
3. departure.
4. deponent.
5. deposit.
6. depot.
7. deputy.
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Release date- 29082019 - Melbourne - Starpharma today announced that treatment with a novel HER-2 Targeted DEP conjugate from its internal Targeted DEP program resulted in tumour regression and 100% survival in a preclinical human ovarian cancer model.
Starpharma (ASX:SPL) (OTCQX:SPHRY) stated on Monday that it has signed a second DEP (Dendrimer Enhanced Product) development and option agreement with AstraZeneca (LON:AZN) during the 2019 ASCO (American Society of Clinical Oncology) meeting in Chicago.
According to the DEP, Taipei Marathon attracts around 27,000 runners from both Taiwan and abroad each year.
To control the assembling of bioparticles with high accuracy, an in-depth study is necessary to the underlying mechanisms of DEP particle-particle interaction in microfluidic systems.
The company was shut down after it missed a DEP reclamation deadline for a mining pit.
Lee Dillard Adams, director of the DEP Central office, said, "The company has implemented upgrades and improvements to the systems it has in place to maintain compliance.''
The proposed landfill is about seven miles south of Clearfield in Boggs Township, Clearfield County, the DEP said.
CONCLUSIONS: Numerous RX and OTC drug products and supplements from a wide range of therapeutic categories may use DBP or DEP as excipients in oral dosage forms.
The changes were necessitated by New Jersey DEP's backlog of cases and other issues, explained panel moderator Jorge Berkowitz of Langan Engineering & Environmental Service, himself a former DEP official.
According to the suit, DEP officials consider 38 parts per million a target cleanup goal.
PBA developed this DEP in an effort to increase enrollment and provide high school students with exposure to programs and resources available at PBA.
The even briefer assessment scale for depression (EBAS DEP): its suitability for the elderly in geriatric care in english- and german-speaking countries.