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cytocentrum

[¦sīd·ō′sen·trəm]
(cell and molecular biology)
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The Central Body further detained her for another one year up to Nov.
A central body ordering office supplies or arranging travel could save money.
The move follows an agreement signed between the ministry, the Labour Market Regulatory Authority and Gosi, whereby a central body is appointed to ensure that the workers' data are correct and that they physically exist.
But the response to yesterday's proposals from the "wise men" will depend on how far member states go in handing overall supervision to a central body which may be seen as undermining the role of the City of London and other national financial bodies.
PARIS, February 26 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- On 24 February 2009, during the meeting of CNP Assurances' Board of Directors, the director representing Caisse Nationale des Caisses d'Epargne (CNCE) informed the Company that the CNCE had decided to transfer its CNP Assurances' shares to the new central body of the merged Caisses d'Epargne and Banques Populaires groups.
As part of a strategic reform programme launched by Bahrain's Economic Development Board, the LMRA is the nation's central body for all labour reform initiative.
So we need some central body to bring in this technology across all major transport providers and allow us to carry one transport card.
There is no central body for regulating halal standards in the UK, instead companies are verified by numerous halal bodies.
Instead a central body will administer the funds and only when the exact process is decided will the grants scheme be officially in place.
As long as its central body is unharmed, the starfish can re-grow four of its five limbs.
of Washington School of Medicine, and Harvard Medical School, this updated medical textbook presents itself as a balanced, accurate, and up-to-date view of the central body of human pathology that retains a strong emphasis on clinicopathologic correlations and incorporates understandings of the impact of molecular pathology on the practice of medicine.
Police now want to see a central body set up for registration numbers, and for tamper-proof plates to be fitted in cars.

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