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compendium

1. Brit a book containing a collection of useful hints
2. a concise but comprehensive summary of a larger work
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NYSE: CRL) has launched its new online Tumor Model Compendium web interface, the company said.
Charles Rivers Compendium provides access to a comprehensive collection of well-established tumor models for early-stage oncology research.
The 2016 Compendium is an update and supersedes recommendations made in previous versions (2).
Since its first publication in 1984, the annual volumes of the Compendium have provided information on NWTbased research to community members and decision makers in the territory.
We also thank the League for Innovation in the Community College for helping to make this compendium possible through their generous contribution toward publishing this second annual edition.
Critique: A compendium of 326 full color illustrations, "Cats Galore: A Compendium of Cultured Cats" is a pure pleasure for cat lovers to simply browse through again, and again, and again.
The National Comprehensive Cancer Network (NCCN) developed the NCCN Biomarkers Compendium to present the essential details for biomarkers that are included in the recommendations of the NCCN Clinical Practice Guidelines in Oncology (NCCN Guidelines).
The new compendium is just the beginning of the changes that Pallante hopes to implement.
ASME has published a pipeline standards compendium designed to link relevant technical documents to passages in the U.
Editors Mary Lou Tortorello, PhD, and APHA member Yvonne Salfinger, MS, gave the compendium its first update since 2001.
With Dota 2 players still buying the Compendium for The International 2014, the crowdfunded campaign becomes unstoppable.
Among veterans with disabilities ages 18 to 64, almost 18% live below the poverty line according to the Annual Compendium of Disability Statistics.