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MLL

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Sometimes used half-jokingly to describe C, alluding to its "structured-assembler" image.
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In the year ended 31 December 2016, MLL generated total revenue of GBP 39.
Another signal of rising stature: Freeman notes the MLL has produced its first million-dollar earner, New York Lizards star Paul Rabil, whose endorsement partners include athletic shoe maker New Balance.
MRI can also be used to diagnose MLL [4, 5, 11, 12, 17] and can help classify MLL into different types based on T1 and T2 characteristics of the lesions [5].
Over the past four years, MLL has grown rapidly by diversifying its industry segment focus, developing an integrated supply chain services portfolio, and unique people transport solutions.
Meanwhile, the MLL's gain loss caused by the GA and PESGA method is compensated by the much lower PSLL produced by these methods, which ultimately provides better MLL to PSLL (MLL : PSLL) ratio.
PCCW owns Hong Kong Telecom, while MLL is a private-equity backed firm based in Buckinghamshire.
Our participation in the Maritime Security Program (MSP) and Voluntary Intermodal Sealift Agreement (VISA) ensures that MLL assets afloat and ashore are always available to support US government needs.
A break-apart probe strategy is particularly appropriate for detecting MLL gene rearrangements because chromosomal breakpoints occur in a relatively narrow region of the gene regardless of translocation partner.
Rickmers Linie is part of Hamburg-based Rickmers Group, while MLL is the US-flagged unit of Danish oil and shipping group A P Moller - Maersk A/S (CPH:MAERSK B).
But this study has for the first time shown that, although the protein is needed for survival of various Acute Myeloid Leukemia (AML) cells, in MLL leukemia the cancer stem cells actually survive independently of Bmi1.
Scientists looked at leukemic stem cells found in types of leukemia diat involve mutations of the MLL gene.
Basic to MLL is the onion model (Korthagen, 2004), which is an adaptation of a well-known model in neurolinguistic programming (see Dilts, 1990).