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Concurrently, AM Best has withdrawn the ratings of QCA Health Plan, Inc.
The parameters of the m/z and collision energy of parent ions and quantitative product ions of DCBX, DOLQ, QCA, MQCA, QCA-glycine, and MQCA-glycine are shown in Table 1.
The QCA was the intended user of the facility throughout the development process, and will be the first tenant to occupy this newly built community facility space.
Up to this time, many methods for fabrication of QCA basic cells are suggested such as metal island [4], magnetic [5], semiconductor [6], and molecular QCA [7].
It can be as large as 47 cells; the maximum length of QCA wire is 25 cells.
Also, wire crossing poses a bigger barrier than wire length in QCA architecture [10].
In this conclusion - which will, naturally, remain open due to the relatively recent nature of QCA and its current further developments and expected innovations - we first aim to take stock of what has been achieved so far.
The results provided 30-day and nine-month clinical outcomes and nine-month quantitative coronary angiography (QCA) and intravascular ultrasound (IVUS) data supporting the safety and efficacy of the PROMUS Element Stent.
All four beaches have also earned Quality Coast Awards (QCA), which commend beaches that are clean and where visitors can enjoy a range of activities.
A report by the Commons schools select committee said this put pressure on the Qualifications and Curriculum Authority (QCA), the Government agency responsible for overseeing the tests, and led to confusion about the arrangements.