EJC


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EJC

Abbreviation for:
exon junction complex (see there)
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Then, in this same ruling, the EJC indicated to the sporting regulators that they do not lose all freedom of action for all that: restrictions or obstacles to certain Community freedoms will nevertheless be considered as "justified" when the rule applying this restriction has a necessary objective and that the restriction in question "is inherent and proportionate to the pursuit of that objective".
With a strong emphasis on fashion, fun and functionality, EJC is a must-have for young girls, providing the latest trends.
The EJC App includes published content from the highly popular EJC News and EJC News Focus, and offers readers the ability to customize the journal by selecting articles, tables, or figures to store and use later, as well as making notes on articles.
The EJC is a representative body of European Jewish communities.
Some observations on the performance of EJC role indicators in a mechanized retrieval system.
Vermeer I, Moonen EJC, Dallinga JW, Kleinjans JC, van Maanen JM.
The EJC Volunteer/Internship Program was established as a one-year grant through the Retirement Research Foundation.
5 incorporates major design features of their successful ERE pallet trucks and EJC stackers robust chassis, simplified service accessibility, driver-friendly tiller arm, load-dependent drive wheel pressure and braking, automatic reduction of travel speed in the pedestrian mode, a clear view mast, a single battery with capacities up to 360Ah and availability in long or short versions.
We see this as an important opportunity to share the highest standards of journalistic professionalism and ethics at a global level," said Wilfried Ruetten, EJC director.
The series of articles published in the EJC Supplement presents the results of the 1st European Conference on Infections in Leukemia (ECIL-1).
Ross S, Soroka D, Karahalios A, Glazener CMA, Hay-Smith EJC, Drutz HP.