masc.


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masc.

abbr.
masculine
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masc.

abbreviation for
(Grammar) masculine
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masc.

ABBR =masculinem
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Also, a lack of squamoid areas with intercellular bridges and/or basal like intermediate cells support a diagnosis of MASC. Mucoepidermoid carcinoma often harbours at (11;19) translocation resulting in CRTC1-MAML2 fusion transcript (3).
Aaron McIntyre, 26, got together with his 24-year-old Lisburn schoolmate to form Behind The Masc.
Here, we review the current state of knowledge of MASC.
Currently, no specific therapy is available for patients with MASC. Of note, Drilon et al.
The investors were investors, and not clients of MASC.
It is recommended that primary investigators be available to assist subjects younger than age 8 when administering the MASC.
This frequently used technique examines the expression patterns on specific cells, including MaSC. A special challenge she faces is that some markers are commonly found on many cells besides stem cells, making MaSCs hard to identify.
"Equally, everyone is so supportive at MASC. I get on so well with the swimming squad and I would love to do well in Barcelona for them and everyone else who has helped me." MASC chairman Sue Campion, who coached Aimee in her younger days, said: "Aimee is an absolute credit to herself and her family.
Upon completion of the 8-week program, students in both the intervention group and the control group were asked to complete the posttest MASC. The researcher used the same procedure for administering the posttest as used previously in the pretest.