MIRU


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MIRU

Abbreviation for:
mother and infant research unit (Medspeak-UK)
Myocardial Infarction Research Unit study
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The ability to correctly amplify different VNTR loci depended on the enzyme used (Table 2); all polymerases efficiently amplified MIRU 26 and ETR-B, as indicated by the presence of PCR fragments on agarose gels and capillary electrophoresis peaks.
Molecular weights of PCR products and numbers of MIRU repeats for these strains were determined manually by electrophoresis on a 1.
Julie realized that to really differentiate Mirus Promotions, it wasn't enough to provide extraordinary, sophisticated representation and service to clients.
To support this integration, Autotask partnered with Datto, the leading global provider of intelligent business continuity (IBC) and backup, disaster recovery (BDR) solutions, to provide Mirus IT Solutions with a complete integrated endpoint management tool with unique backup capability.
Margaret Falcon, learning and development manager at Mirus, said: "We wanted to come up with a fun and different team-building event and when I heard it was volunteer week this seemed like the perfect opportunity.
This agreement with CSIRO broadens the scope of specialised polymer design tools available to Mirus and facilitates our continued efforts to improve nucleic acid transfer capabilities.
During our 4-year partnership with Linspire, Mirus and Linspire have consistently offered some of the best computer bundles of hardware and software to consumers and businesses.
Mirus Bio Corporation (Madison, WI) announced the grant of United States Patent 7,148,205 entitled "Intravascular Delivery of Non-Viral Nucleic Acid".
and Mirus Innovations have unveiled the Koobox, the first-ever line of desktop computers offered by a major OEM to exclusively run Linux.
recently announced it has contracted communications consultancy Mirus Communications, Inc.
The hotel will be flagged with the Mirus Resorts & Hotels brand, subject to review by LCI's Cuban partner, Gran Caribe.
On September 14, 2011, Mirus Biosciences, LLC sued Fugent, LLC for patent infringement, and approximately 3 months later, on December 23, 2011, the attorneys for Mirus Biosciences, LLC filed a dismissal of the suit with prejudice according to attorneys from Haus, Roman and Banks, LLP.