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kbp

(genetics)
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KBP, being a leading developer of sophisticated weapon models, coordinates efforts of a great number of enterprises and companies, including research institutes of the RF Academy of Sciences and the Ministry of Defence, and determines national concept and strategy for arms development.
The disintegration of ozone-treated KBP pulp was performed using a high-pressure microfluidizer (Lab-scale, Nano DeBEE, USA) equipped with D5 and D10 nozzles.
We designed this study to quantify and characterize KBP with respect to epilepsy among high school (Grade 10) children in Bharatpur.
• Customs clearance in KBP airport for import and export
According to press release, the KBP delegation told Professor Ibrahim that the government should award loans to farmers without interests because the farmers have no potentials to buy seeds themselves.
The KBP President said that agriculture could progress in real terms when it would become priority of the rulers.
Another contract worth 472.7 million dirhams was signed by the Armed forces with Russia's KBP to buy different types of ammunition, he added.
Further improvement in antibody efficacy was developed at Kentucky BioProcessing (KBP).
The Kisan Board Pakistan (KBP), wel comed the withdrawal of levy of withhold ing tax on trade of cotton.
According to the government's Philippine News Agency (PNA), KBP believes that the Japanese standard would be the one that will best serve the interest of Filipinos.
The BMP-3 weapon system was created at KBP Instrument Design Bureau.
R391 contains an intact rumAB operon and a transposon-associated kanamycin resistance gene located [approximately equal to] 3.5 kbp from the rumAB operon (6).