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ATC

1. On drawings, abbr. for architectural terra-cotta.
2. On drawings, abbr. for “acoustical tile ceiling.”
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Just as important, the ATC can evaluate a practice injury on Tuesday, immediately institute a rehabilitation program, and (probably) have the athlete ready to play Friday night.
With such an agreement, an ATC would work at a physical therapy clinic in the morning and at a nearby high school in the afternoon.
Its operating subsidiary, ATC Communications, employs more than
All of the patients who were originally assigned to the 3TC arm of the AVX-201 study, but who later switched to ATC, have now remained on ATC for more than 72 weeks without returning to 3TC.
These 48 week results clearly define ATC as a drug with huge potential both for drug-resistant patients in need of potent and safe new HIV therapies and for patients whose regimen currently contains 3TC," said Dr Chick.
Avexa reported that no virus resistant to ATC has been identified after 24 weeks of therapy, which is consistent with the potent suppression of HIV replication and the ideal properties of a long-term anti-HIV therapy.
The Phase IIb trial compared the effectiveness of ATC in reducing the viral load of patients with drug-resistant HIV with the effectiveness of lamivudine (3TC), a leading NRTI in widespread use.
The Boldt Company is very excited to be part of the ATC team to implement this construction program," states Jim Lee, Boldt's group president, Northern Operations.
MJ Electric has a demonstrated track record of providing superior construction services in a 'safety-first' atmosphere," said Mike Rowe, ATC vice president for construction.
ATC Also Announces SoundBarrier[TM], a New LRAD-Based Vehicle Security System
We currently have four locations operating in Ohio, and with the addition of NurseCall, this truly gives ATC the ability to cover Ohio on a statewide basis," said David Savitsky.