allogeneic blood transfusion

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allogeneic blood transfusion

Abbreviation: ABT
Transfusion of blood cells from one person to another.
See also: transfusion
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'I see a parallel in the missions of Centex and ABT. Both organizations offer a sanctuary where young people can be nurtured by passionate mentors to go on to bright futures,' Abrera said in the statement.
The Bangladeshi nationals told Kolkata STF that they were members of the ABT and had come to Kolkata to procure arms.
The biggest addition can be found under the hood, which is the ABT power module just above the battery on the right side.
"We at ABT are very excited to start our collaboration with Huawei as we together work to bring the latest global technology to local customers across Oman."
Alonso visited New York this spring to celebrate her 90th birthday with ABT, which held a tribute performance during its 2010 spring season at the Metropolitan Opera House.
With ample on-site parking, here's a line-up of the day: 9.45am onwards: Free hot bacon rolls, sausage sandwiches and refreshments 10am onwards: Can you navigate an ABT Scirocco around an obstacle course in the fastest time?
Table 1 lists per diem costs for the four locations as analyzed by the Abt and BOP researchers.
Abt Associates has decided to move from its existing service provider to AT&T's Private Network Transport (PNT) service.
We then compared the CBT with the ABT concentrations.
(ABT) recently announced the succesful completion of manufacturing and product tests using Altair Nanotechnologies, Inc.'s nano-structured lithium titanate spinel electrode materials.
Abt, who served in three of America's seven teams of servicement, fluent in the German language, who were assigned to gather information from German captives and civilians on the street during the final year of the war.
Advanced Blending Technologies (ABT) LLC in Perrysburg, Ohio, is a new firm that markets proprietary technology for characterizing recycled resins' molecular weight, MW distribution, and other properties.