basal membrane zone

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basal membrane zone

; BMZ; basement membrane dermal-epidermal junction, made up of types IV and VII collagen, hemidesmosomal proteins, integrins and laminin; BMZ protein deficiencies cause skin fragility and predispose to blistering diseases, e.g. epidermolysis bullosa
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We are thrilled to enter this partnership with BMZ to help empower Egyptian youth and prepare them well for the markets of the future," he added.
Training modules will also be offered on management and marketing skills so local companies can boost the national uptake of sustainable technologies, BMZ confirmed.
The tankers, which will be registered to the Oil Transportation and Shipping company in October " an affiliate of the BMZ Group set up in Malta " were previously rented to the Palmali Denizcilik company for 10 years.
All the tankers in the BMZ fleet are 140 meters long and 16 meters wide, and have a 7,100 deadweight tonnage (DWT) capacity.
The tankers, which will be registered to the Oil Transportation & Shipping company in October -- an affiliate of the BMZ Group set up in Malta -- were previously rented to the Palmali Denizcilik company for 10 years.
We would be delighted to welcome you to the BMZ half-day Open House on Saturday, March 7.
In accordance with the agreement Wartsila will provide the Russian party with needed technical documentation and will also arrange training for BMZ specialists both in its training centre and production sites.
The BMZ Group is expected to receive the remaining two tankers before the end of this year.
The new building BMZ II comprises a total floor space of approx.
Construction and installation works on current repair at the facilities of OAO BMZ - management company of the BMK holding company (estimates No.
The BMZ consists of a group of modelled precious metal-bearing veins in the mineral resource estimate with significant mineralization occurring between these veins, generally in the form of veinlets at oblique angles to strike.