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gem

A popular term for a structure found in nucleoplasm that is highly enriched in spliceosomal snRNPs.

gem

Malpractice A popular term for a latent problem in Pt management that stems from poor communication, faulty documentation, and other factors, including human factors, such as Pt noncompliance, which sets the stage for events leading to suboptimal care or medical errors. See Malpractice.

geriatric evaluation and management unit

, geriatric evaluation unit,

GEM

An inpatient unit or program devoted to the assessment of the needs of the older patient.

GEM

acronym for genetically engineered MICROORGANISM.
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The exhibition is being organized by the All Pakistan Gems Merchants and Jewelers Association (APGMJA) in collaboration with the FPCCI and the Trade Development Authority of Pakistan.
NYSE: AMD), are intensifying their competition in the GEM market in 2011, IHS iSuppli research indicates.
The Thai Gem and Jewelry Traders Association (TGJTA) was established for 36 years to serve local gem and jewelry traders and manufacturers who were concentrating on creating a cohesive organization dedicated to developing and expanding the industry for the benefit of all.
Kentucky Mine Partners LLC (KMP) has all of the equipment to perform the mining operations prepared and staged at the North American Gem #2 Mine.
GEM also includes local features with information on gas prices, groceries, dining reservations and girl cards.
In Clayton, NC, in 1999, flowering times for the GEM germplasm lines were 1 to 14 d later than B73 with GEMS-0009, -0010, -0018, and -0021 all flowering within 1 or 2 d of B73.
Grosholz now reports that in tests, the crabs strongly prefer the native clams to the gem clams.
They intend to complete an exploration program, including geochemistry, trenching and gem analysis on the property later this year to determine the-extent of mineralization.
GEM is a subsidiary of The Official Information Co.
For instance, when Spanish explorers brought emeralds from Colombia to the Middle East in the 16th century, they kept the origins of their gems a secret to protect their sources, Ward says.
The exhibit is a combined effort of the Conejo, Oxnard and Ventura Gem & Mineral clubs.