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anlage

[′än‚läg·ə]
(embryology)
Any group of embryonic cells when first identifiable as a future organ or body part. Also known as blastema; primordium.
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Since submitting their research, Hammerman and associates have refined the procedure and successfully transplanted pancreatic anlagen from pigs into rodents, again without the need for antirejection drugs.
gehort bereits zu den gro[Beta]ten Weiterverarbeitungsunternehmen fur Fisch und Meeresfruchte weltweit, ist abet mit der Ubernahme der Anlagen von Tyson Food im Nordwesten der USA und in Alaska auf dem besten Wege noch gro[Beta]er zu werden.
ADPnews) - Apr 23, 2010 - Erste Group on Friday lifted the share price target on Austrian real estate company CA Immobilien Anlagen AG (WBAG:CAI), or CA Immo, to EUR 11.
Bak Maschinen Und Anlagen GmbH Ein Unternehmen Der Bam-
The analysts said they had adjusted the share price target to the price per share CA Immo International's parent, Austrian property group CA Immobilien Anlagen AG (WBAG:CAI), has offered for the full takeover of the subsidiary.
ADPnews) - Jan 27, 2010 - Austrian real estate company CA Immobilien Anlagen AG (WBAG:CAI), or CA Immo, plans to spend between EUR 250 million (USD 351.
ADPnews) - Jan 21, 2010 - Austrian real estate company CA Immobilien Anlagen AG (WBAG:CAI), or CA Immo, has signed two lease contracts with the Meininger budget hotel chain, CA Immo said today.
ADPnews) - Dec 14, 2009 - Erste Group raised its stock advice on Austrian real estate company CA Immobilien Anlagen AG (WBAG:CAI), or CA Immo, to "accumulate" from "hold" and lowered its price target to EUR 9.
Duesseldorf; AGAB Aktiengesellschaft fur Anlagen und Beteiligungen, Frankfurt; Strategic Decisions Group, Richmond (England); and Thimm Verpackung GmbH & Co.
ADPnews) - Dec 3, 2009 - Vivico, the German subsidiary of Austrian real estate group CA Immobilien Anlagen AG (WBAG:CAI), will build the German headquarters of French oil and gas group Total (EPA:FP) near Berlin's central railway station, CA Immobilien said today.