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CTL

Abbreviation for cytotoxic T lymphocytes.

CTL

cytotoxic T lymphocytes.

CTL

cytotoxic T lymphocyte.
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CTL founder Sir Martin Evans signed the joint-venture agreement in Tianjin
1992), but there are still discrepancies in results with respect to cost differences between CTL and WT harvesting systems.
Arch has a 25 per cent stake in DKRW and the companies are also developing a CTL plant in Medicine Bow, Wyoming.
Indeed, it's taken many decades for CTL technology to be implemented on a wide scale in the United States, but now may be the time for the nation to embrace this promising technology.
Computer Technology Link is an Oregon-based electronics company that manufactures and markets CTL PCs, CTL Monitors, CTL Laptops, CTL Servers and Nexus TVs.
Another important reason, according to the researchers, is that students are more highly motivated in the CTL classes.
For each test mode, CTL provides information about structures available, characteristics of the terminals of the design, connectivity that is relevant to test applications, and test patterns.
Compartmentalization of pathogen-specific CTL responses has been reported and located at the site of initial infection.
Our data say the CTL numbers are not sufficient," even when bolstered this way, he says.
com)-- Northlake, IL - Continental Transportation Solutions (a CTL Global, Inc.
CTL's long-term IDR captures the very high likelihood of support from its parent Citibank NA (CBNA), since CTL is seen as one of the core operating businesses for the group, Fitch explained.
This brief offers instructors, college leaders, policy makers and funders a high-level summary of the CTL primer--focusing on core components for effective implementation and strategic considerations for colleges interested in starting or expanding CTL practices.