IUE


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IUE

Abbrev. for International Ultraviolet Explorer.
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Em estudo longitudinal realizado por Zeller e colaboradores (2015) com adolescentes portadores de obesidade morbida em pre-operatorio para cirurgia bariatrica, ao aplicar o questionario WHOQOL, observou que a IUE surge como um potencial contribuinte para baixar seu score.
Equal amounts of pGPU6-GFPneo-shRNA-N-cad and pGPU6-GFP-neo-shRNA-Control were transfected into the center of the cerebral hemisphere to target the lateral ventricle at E15 by IUE. Then, the GFP-positive embryos and brains were collected and imaged under a stereo fluorescence microscope at E20.
Our IUE measurements showed a prompt flare of ultraviolet light, denoting the shock wave bursting through the star's surface.
The fresh fruit yield and IUE values in this study showed that there were significant differences for the interaction between different levels of fertigation and crop coefficients.
(77) Since 1955, the International Union of Electrical Workers ("IUE") had attempted to bargain with General Electric to gain maternity benefits for female workers, but had not met with any success.
Pending Secretary of the Army approval, the Army plans to establish an Institutional Unit of Effort (IUE) within the U.S.
Toshimasa Iue, CEO, LIXIL Global Company, said," We are delighted to launch ISIS 2018 and to be partnering with UNICEF to tackle this important issue.
The morphology was observed by field-emission scanning electron microscopy (FESEM, IUE, Hitachi, Japan) and transmission electron microscope (TEM, JEOL JEM-2010, Japan).
DNA sequences of both 18S and ITS regions were analyzed from each isolate, except that the sequences from the 18S region of IUE 0018 and the ITS regions of IUE 0006 and IUE 0021 could not be recovered.