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conA

, con A (kon),
Abbreviation for concanavalin A.

CONA

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CONA is an extraordinary conference that offers students the opportunity to conduct research, organize information into a document proposal, engage in debates, and enables students to discuss proposals with outstanding young people from other states.
CONA is the largest insured depository institution controlled by Capital One, representing approximately 65 percent of Capital One's insured depository institution assets.
NZNO, CONA, NZCMHN and NCMN have agreed in principle to establish a consortium for the profession to give authority to nursing specialty standards and competencies, particularly reviewing those emerging from non-nursing organisations, identifying gaps and providing advice on what constitutes a specialty.
Donna Cona was one of a group of seven tech companies charged by the federal Competition Bureau.
Merck's appellate counsel in the Cona and McDarby cases are Douglas S.
ConA and WGA adsorbents were evaluated for the sorption of glucose oxidase and fetuin, respectively (Table 3).
Companies at the silver achievement level include Scotiabank, which joined the PAR program in 2002, and three companies that joined in 2001--Alberta-Pacific Forest Industries, Donna Cona and Xerox.
The production of IL-2 by lymphocytes isolated from rats exposed to DEPs and/or Listeria at 3 and 7 days postexposure was determined following incubation of cells with ConA for 24 and 48 hr.
Clifford McDonald,([dagger]) Maria Eugenia Pinto,([double dagger]) Elizabeth Palavecino,(*)([double dagger]) Patricia Gonzalez,([double dagger]) Erna Cona,([double dagger]) Alejandra Fernandez,([double dagger]) Maria Soledad Giglio,([double dagger]) and William R.
Shaka's brother Cona Hislop, who is also 23, is a forward.