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BAD

Drug slang
A regional term for crack cocaine.
 
Immunology
An acronym (background, aggregates, debris) for the noncellular material that must be “gated out” in flow cytometry.
 
Molecular biology
A Bcl-2 related protein which can induce apoptosis; it selectively heterodimerises with Bcl-XL and Bcl-2, which displaces Bax from Bcl-XL, resulting in cell death.
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Bads are offered based on the expectation that, for the "consumer," the willingness to evade the bad is inferior to the marginal utility of the good.
In the validity analysis, intercorrelations of measures within individual D-KEFS tests and correlations between measures of different D-KEFS tests were computed; also, correlations of D-KEFS tests with the BADS scores were calculated.
The answer is simple: in this interconnected world global goods and global bads matter to everyone.
Action OE1000 1.0 (0-3.0) 3.592 .166 CE1000 2.0 (1.0-3.25) 1.382 .501 OE1250 1.0 (0-3.0) 7.912 .019 (b) CE1250 2.0 (1.0-4.0) 1.868 .393 OE1500 0 (0-2.25) 2.521 .284 CE1500 2.0 (0-3.0) 1.718 .423 OE1750 0.50 (0-1.25) 11.090 .004 (a) CE1750 2.0 (1.0-4.0) 5.214 .074 (b) Persist Persistence, Imp Impulsivity, OE.Omission Errors, CE Comission Errors (a) p [less than or equal to] 0,05 comparing control and frontal lesion group (b) p [less than or equal to] 0,05 comparing control and non-frontal lesion group Table 3 Comparison among the three groups, regarding executive functions Groups Variables Frontal Extra-Frontal Net Median (tertiles) Median (tertiles) Executive Functions BADS Weighted Total 15.0 (11.0-16.50) 15.0 (12.0-17.0) Gross Total 48.0 (43.50-50.0) 51.0 (44.0-54.0) WCST Adm.
"Danny's not in that bad shape and we'll see how he fares in the build-up to the game because I've lost Chris Clarkson.
Radiographs of the shoulders showed BADS without any evidence of fracture in tuberosities or neck humerus.
The Behavioral Assessment of the Dysexecutive Syndrome (BADS) is one of the instruments that systematically use everyday tasks as a way to assess executive functions (Wilson et al., 1996).
BADs ml tswa Had we priced this match before the league campaign, the Dubs would be strongly favoured with the handicap at either -3 or -4.
He argued that GDP measures many of the 'bads' in terms of the well-being of the planet as well as the 'goods', adding: "There is an urgent need for policy change." The scientists present some startling statistics.
The only way to get this country back on its feet is to put an end to the sale of imported goods (or 'bads' as I call them).