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lgr

In the lumber industry, abbr. for “longer.”
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The LGR is the brainchild of Professor Jennifer Doudna, University of California Berkeley (UCB), a co-inventor of CRISPR technology and Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI) Investigator; Professor Jonathan Weissman, University of California San Francisco (UCSF), a pioneer of CRISPR screening technology and HHMI Investigator; and Dr Hal Barron, Chief Scientific Officer and President, R&D, GSK.
"This is one of the biggest needs that I saw in the market," Udoh said, adding that LGR stands for Let's Get Right.
The lactate/pyruvate ratio (LPR) and lactate/glucose ratio (LGR) were also calculated in all samples.
The patch-based method TLC outperforms the generic learning method LGR by 0.4%, 0.6%, and 1.8% under expression, disguise, and illumination with disguise conditions, respectively.
Moreover, in the no human interference area, the largest CC of R is 0.708322, which was raised to the maximum CC of 0.715906 after LgR transformation at 1.8 order.
[mathematical expression not reproducible] are LGR collocation points of mesh interval [[T.sub.k-1], [T.sub.k]) and [mathematical expression not reproducible] is a noncollocated node point.
Table II.-Summary of the parameters YCE, YCR, LGR, WGR, KD, and water content of rainbow trout yolk-sac fry held under different photoperiod regimes.
The load is for the second press in the first of two stamping lines at LGR. The entire stamping line weighs more than 7.2 million pounds.
This was the agreed by the LGR Implementation Executive (IE) following a recommendation put forward by the Sub Group of the IE prior to the recruitment exercise in 2008.
After my studies, I started working at the London Greek Radio (LGR) as a reporter and breakfast sports reader and in 2009 I got an internship at BBC and eventually I was given a job in sports,"Papadopoulos said.
The deal comes following a major upgrade by center owners, LGR Associates.