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OBS

1. On drawings, abbr. for “obsolete.”
2. Abbr. for “open back strike.”
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Although proprietary, patented OBS chemistry is based on uracil, which is naturally present in the human body as one of the four building blocks of RNA nucleic acids.
OBS allows campuses to affordably reduce carbon emissions, parking spots, and provide sustainable transportation alternatives, while improving well-being and morale on campus.
Private, profitable and based on the philosophy of over servicing clients, OBS offers financial institutions the extensiveness of a large-scale technology provider, but the tenacity of an agile, service-driven organization.
OBS Medical provides innovative clinical algorithms such as BioQT, an advanced signal processing technique.
WASHINGTON -- At CBI's 3rd Annual Cardiac Safety Summit, Spaulding Clinical and OBS Medical announced that they have entered into a strategic relationship to promote an integrated suite of technologies and services for improving cardiac safety.
a provider of separately managed account solutions for trust banks, today announced that it had completed a sales and marketing agreement with OBS Financial Services Inc.