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HGT

On drawings, abbr. for height.
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In humans, they confirmed 17 previously-reported genes acquired from HGT, and identified 128 additional foreign genes in the human genome that have not previously been reported.
Once I was interviewing an HGT for a position in my department, and I asked her, "How do you know if your training is effective?
29,30,33) It is thus possible that C-MYC is involved in HGT of ACC.
Mind you, that difference takes the price up to pounds 13,395 - pounds 1,000 more than the 'normal' sporty Punto HGT and almost pounds 6,000 above the cheapest version.
Of course, the HGT gets all the extras you would expect for a top-of-the-range model, with alloy wheels, rear spoiler and an aluminium-look centre console - air conditioning and satellite navigation complete the package.
The HGT is, in fact, the fastest and most stylish model in the Bravo stable.
Prior to his tenure at Shire HGT, Pauwels held senior management positions with Bayer Healthcare Pharmaceuticals as vice president global strategic marketing, cardiovascular diseases and men's health.
30, researchers - led by Eric Alm of MIT's Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering and Department of Biological Engineering -- say they've found evidence of a massive network of recent gene exchange connecting bacteria from around the world: 10,000 unique genes flowing via HGT among 2,235 bacterial genomes.
It is designed to simplify the process and paperwork associated with initiation of therapy, and to reduce the financial burden for patients who are treated with Shire HGT therapies in the United States, including VPRIV.
Boasting a 16-valve, 130 bhp engine, the new HGT Abarth includes premier sports styling, satellite navigation and the latest Fiat Code immobiliser.
The Italian car giant only offers this engine on the three-door version as the Bravo HGT but the extra power allows you to discover just how good a car this is.