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DABS

[dabz or ‚dē‚ā‚bē′es]
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Seventeen members fished, with 12 weighing in a total of 34 flounder, 12 dab and three plaice.
In 1989, scientists in the MRC-LMB laboratories of Sir Gregory Winter published the discovery of dAbs.
Launched in 2012, Fresh Dab has been gaining popularity with consumers who are looking for a more natural, environmentally friendly alternative to wipes.
Chris Wood was runner up in the match, fished by 17 with three weighing in, wth a dab weighing 6.
In 1989, scientists in the LMB laboratories of Sir Gregory Winter published the discovery of dAbs.
TERRY Dalton won the St Mary's club's mini-rover with 13 whiting and a dab for a total of 8lb 10oz from Sandsend Beach.
The growing antibody market and the commercial potential of dAbs makes Domantis an attractive partner for the pharmaceutical industry and it has already struck deals with Bristol-Myers Squibb, Peptech, Abbott Laboratories, ImClone, Tanox and Argenta Discovery whilst also attracting funding from the European Union for several therapeutic collaborations.
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Fresh Dab is formulated with natural ingredients that are gentle to the body and the environment.
Runner-up Mick Smith caught the biggest fish, a plaice of 1lb 3oz, and added two flounder and two dabs for 3lb 8oz.
Domantis will contribute two of its existing dAb therapeutic programs and will create a range of new dAbs to predetermined targets, with Bristol-Myers Squibb having the exclusive right to develop and commercialize dAb therapeutics discovered during the collaboration.
The next time you use the bathroom, you may want to have a bottle of Fresh Dab around.