allogeneic blood transfusion

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allogeneic blood transfusion

Abbreviation: ABT
Transfusion of blood cells from one person to another.
See also: transfusion
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Meanwhile, aside from the introduction of the Golf GTI ABT edition, the Golf GTI Lifestyle Center was inaugurated, the first of its kind among VW dealerships in the country.
Not to mention, there will be one-off special introductory prices to mark our launch of ABT sports wheels, aerodynamic body kits, suspension and exhaust technology and interior enhancements.
A newly developed air suspension system, Abt Level Control (ALC), ensures that the Abt Touareg's mighty performance is kept in check.
With their seed and potential profit stockpiled at ABT, some Malheur County growers have had a difficult time securing financing for this year's crop.
In a press conference reviewing these issues, Secretary Shalala announced changes in enforcement procedures that were unrelated to Abt Associates' objective evaluation efforts.
Abt chose Info Navigator, from Pugh-Killeen of Durham, North Carolina, for a fourth disc, a collection of Smithsonian portraits of notable Americans.
Abt Associates and JTA International have complementary portfolios, values and mission-driven organizational cultures," said Abt President and CEO Kathleen Flanagan.
The vehicle features an ABT Front skirt, ABT Front grille, ABT Rear skirt, ABT Rear wing and ABT Side skirts.
ABT Power transforms the compact car into an AS1 and makes it strong enough to easily cope with the weight of additional passengers.
ABT performance products are now at a Listers Audi & Volkswagen showroom near you.
American Ballet Theatre kicked off the first phase of their new National Training Curriculum, February 17-21, with a weeklong teacher training session exclusively for former ABT dancers.
In November 1996, HCFA contracted with Abt Associates for an independent evaluation of these congressionally mandated topics.