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Capra

genus of wild goats and ibexes, e.g. C. falconeri (markhor) and C. ibex (Alpine ibex).
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Privately-held SAB Capra, LLC is leveraging transgenic goats for the production of human polyclonal antibodies for use in diagnostics and testing, targeted immunotherapies, and personalised medicine applications.
Capra was also incredibly proud of his dad (I wrote an article on my experience just after it occurred, and quotes from that piece are replicated below).
Make a grand escape to The Capra - Saas Fee for a memorable stay amid the Swiss Alps.
The present study was carried out to determine the distribution, population size and status of markhor sub species Capra falconeri falconeri to ascertain trophy size markhor for future conservation interventions.
Those guys are one year older than Capra and demonstrated last season how to quickly reach the playing field by starting as redshirt freshmen along with Calvin Throckmorton.
15) For this analysis, CAPRA was examined as a continuous 10-point scale (CAPRA score) as a three-risk category system (CAPRA-3) defining risk as low (0-2), intermediate (3-5), and high (6-10); and as a novel five-risk category system (CAPRA-5) defining risk as low (0-2), low-intermediate (3), high-intermediate (4-5), high (6-7) and very high (8-10).
Chef Capra, one of the headline performers at this year's QIFF, will be available at Soprafino to meet and greet guests on March 21, between 6pm and 10pm.
Neandertal variants usually don't fall within genes, instead affecting DNA that influences where, when and how strongly genes are activated, Capra said at the news briefing.
Capra was awarded the rank of Major and was assigned to work directly under Army Chief of Staff George Marshall (who later would become Secretary of State under Truman and masterminded the Marshall Plan).
Capra, like Lincoln, believed that our inherited political edifice of liberty and equal rights is a fundamental good.
Capra managed to produce Prelude to War (1942) without scrutiny, which greatly annoyed Mellet and others, but General George Marshall loved the film.
Chandler, after all, uses Schillerian conflict to set up his equally convincing readings of how the techniques of Sterne and Capra were heavily used by many writers of the 1790s to the 1920s who literally came between them.