BST


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BST

or

bST

abbr.
bovine somatotropin

BST

Abbreviation for:
bacteriuria screening test
Basic Specialist Training (Medspeak-UK)
Basic Surgical Training (Medspeak-UK)
blood serologic test
bovine somatotropin
brain surrounding tumour

BST

bovine somatotropin
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Figure 1 shows the micrographs of BST commercial powder taken by Field Emission SEM at different magnifications.
The measure of lexical difficulty adopted in this study was the non-core vocabulary measure which included the few instances of nominalisation in the BST reading assessments.
BST is privately held and headquartered in Indianapolis, Ind.
8:37am BST (10:37am Athens) -Matthew Pinsent, James Cracknell, Steve Williams and Ed Coode win rowing gold in men's four.
BST in particular has been studied because of its high dielectric constant, good temperature characteristics, low loss and potential for device integration.
The core of the change effort will involve BST helping NASA personnel to identify the behaviors critical to successful outcomes and implementing mechanisms that systematically capture data on the occurrence of these behaviors.
BST, the official representative of Cambridge Broadband in Africa, will offer complete solutions, from sales activities, user requirements definition and network planning and design through to equipment installation, commissioning and support.
A new US report, apparently unread at Health Canada, makes a link between BST and breast and colon cancers.
have been selling milk labeled as free of BST (bovine somatotropin), the synthetic growth hormone given to cows to stimulate milk production.
When farmers inject this bacteria-made BST (called recombinant or rBST) into their cows, the cows make more milk.
It does not contain the growth hormone BST - bovine somatotropin.
It's called BST (for bovine somatotropin), a naturally occurring growth hormone from cows that became, about a decade ago, the first genetically engineered boost to agricultural production.