MIBC


Also found in: Acronyms.

MIBC

(organic chemistry)
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
This study intends to enroll subjects with organ-confined, non-metastatic MIBC who are unfit for curative intent therapies.
Partial cystectomy is an understandably attractive option for patients with MIBC as compared to a radical cystectomy given the less disruptive surgical procedure and the functional bladder left in situ.
Celanese Corporation (NYSE:CE) announced on Tuesday a rise in its list and off-list selling prices for MIBK and MIBC with effect from 1 March 2017, or as contracts allow.
The value of the output voltage ripple from boost converter, IBC and MIBC converter are compared based on the table2 below.
In the past five years, the prognostic role of NLR in MIBC has been actively investigated in association with various oncological outcomes, including pathologic outcome, post-RC recurrence, and survival (Table 2).
Based on these considerations acetonitrile, cyclohexane, n-butyl alcohol, MIBC, and acetone were tested (Fig.
Building on initial findings of significance in an organ-confined subset of MIBC by Margulis et al, (86) a recent report of the bladder consortium multi-institutional trial (7 institutions; 713 patients) again confirmed the role of proliferation index, measured in cystectomy specimens.
All entities established in the MIBC maintain beneficial tax status until 2020.
Products: 2-ehtylhexoic acid, propionic acid, isopropanol, MIBK, MIBC, isophorone, butoxytriglycol, butoxypolyglycol, methoxytriglycol, methoxypolyglycol, ethoxytriglycol, ethoxypolyglycol, Propyl Cellosolve, propoxydiglycol, Dowanol" EPH, Hexyl Cellosolve, Hexyl Carbitol[TM], hexoxypolyglycol, Dowanol[TM] PPH, Dowanol PGDA, Proglyde[TM] DMM
MIBC (methyl isobutyl carbinol), a widely used frothing agent, was used.