BSA


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BSA

 
body surface area.

BSA

BSA

Abbreviation for:
Basic Skills Agency (Medspeak-UK)
biotin-streptavidin
bismuth sulphite agar
body surface area
bovine serum albumin
bowel sounds active
Brief Scale for Anxiety
British Society of Audiology (Medspeak-UK)
British Stammering Association (Medspeak-UK)
burn surface area

BSA

Abbreviation for body surface area; bovine serum albumin.

BSA

Abbreviation for body surface area.
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Majid Saqer Al Marri, CEO of the Registration and Real Estate Services Sector at DLD, said: "Our MoU with BSA is another step on our journey to ensuring the comfort and happiness of our customers through streamlining the processes of Dubai's real estate sector.
The combined conditions of the polysaccharide and BSA are analyzed using the experimental data obtained from the two injections.
"BSA Tooling Technology remained as a business until we bought it out of administration," said Miss Eyles.
Displacement, number of carburetors and cylinders, general state of tune and the intended use were the differences between those BSA models.
I have a centenary BSA magazine (1861-1961) and on the back page there were 67 subsidiary companies listed that belonged to this once world famous engineering company.
Girls, on the other hand, will do typical BSA activities with other girls but will earn the same merit badges along the way.
Dunlop Heywood Newcastle director Andrew Chandler acted on behalf of the BSA and acquired the building, in addition to negotiating the surrender of the existing lease.
To secure the special permit, applicants must first file a complete application with the New York City Department of Buildings ("DOB") to secure an "objection," which will state that the proposed use as a PCE requires a special permit from the BSA under Section 73-36 of the New York City Zoning Resolution.
In the view of above considerations, present study demonstrates the effect of drug concentration, temperature and polar/non-polar solvent on binding interaction of ligands to BSA at physiological pH and determination of thermodynamic parameters like free energy, enthalpy and entropy.
demonstrated the AuNCs-BSA can be used as a selective fluorescence "turn-off" sensor for [Cu.sup.2+] in live cells based on fluorescence quenching of AuNCs-BSA resulting from intersystem crossing of the excited electron from the gold cluster stimulated by the bound [Cu.sup.2+] in the BSA molecule [16].
The central banks of the Philippines and Japan on Friday signed the restatement of their third bilateral swap agreement (BSA), a stop-gap measure for short-term liquidity problems, after it expired this month.
Therefore, recently, research efforts have focused at replacement of serum with alternative compounds including polyvinyl pyrrolidone (PVP) or polyvinyl alcohol (PVA), chicken egg albumin, BSA-V, purified BSA, essentially fatty acid-free BSA (Ali and Sirard, 2002; Collado et al., 2014) particularly in studies evaluating effect of specific components in the media (Korhonen et al., 2010).