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obs.

abbr.
1. observation
2. observatory
3. obsolete
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Sources privy to the matter, on the condition of anonymity, told Profit, 'Something is cooking in OBS. The last we heard it was going through some serious restructuring and the high-ups within the company are keeping hush.'
Under induction by certain stimuli, osteoprogenitors differentiate into premature OBs and further into mature OBs. (3) This process of maturity is marked by an increase in ALP and the formation of a mineralized calcium layer.
To analyse pathway involved in OBS and genome-wide interaction, we used the improved i-GSEA that estimates the pathway-level interactions between genetic variants and OBS.
In a goal-line scramble the ball broke loose for Jason Folland to score on the counter attack and clinch the Milsom Harries Cup 3-1 for STM OBs.