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(pharmacology)

BAL

BAL

(1) (Basic Assembly Language) The low-level assembly language used in IBM mainframes starting with the System/360.

(2) (Branch And Link) An instruction used to transfer control to another part of the program.
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Also at BAL is Gaston Solnicki, who directed "Papirosen," which will be released in the U.
Argentina's Federico Godfrid will screen "Pinamar" at BAL.
Most of the central tumors were of squamous cell carcinoma showing malignant squamous cells in BAL (Fig No.
One case was showing features of small cell carcinoma in BAL as well as in CT FNAC which was later confirmed by immunohistochemistry i.
BAL is a leading medium-sized bank in Pakistan and provides a wide range of banking services including various consumer financing products and corporate banking services.
For example, hMPV was found in 3% of stem-cell transplant recipients who underwent BAL because of lower respiratory tract infection (4).
Santiago Palavecino's (1) Some Girls, Costa Rican Neto Villalobos' dramedy Por las plumas and Claudio Marques and Marilia Hughes' high school drama (2) After the Rain are all building BAL buzz.
A number of coronavirus-infected cells were seen within a BAL specimen from a SARS patient (Figure 5A,B).
BAL Microshield can be used on all types of ceramic floor tile, slate, stone, marble and terrazzo, we are assured.
After centrifugation at 425g for 10 min at 4 [degrees] C, we assessed supernatant BAL fluid for LDH using a commercially available method (Sigma, St.
From the beginning Semmens emphasizes the social role played by the balls, differentiating them not only from formal royal balls (bals pares), which were danced only by individual couples chosen from the highest nobility while the rest of the court looked on, but also from more informal bals masques, where courtly etiquette was relaxed somewhat because the rank of the dancers was obscured (at least in theory) by their masks.