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FLS

Abbrev. for Fellow of the Linnean Society.
Collins Dictionary of Medicine © Robert M. Youngson 2004, 2005
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FLS was established as an executive agency of the government in April, replacing Forest Enterprise Scotland.
However the investigators found that although lawyers had been instructed in some cases, neither MPCC or FLS were able to show any significant evidence of compensation being secured or contracts being relinquished.
FLS also discovered that Nancy Bergman's life expectancy was much longer than they were initially told and that the policy was purchased with investor funds, not family money.
Last November the court launched the FLS as a one-year pilot program aimed at providing a "specialized forum" for the speedy resolution of complex probate litigation.
"In previous work, we identified a potassium channel on FLS of patients with rheumatoid arthritis and found that the channel was very important for the development of the disease," Beeton said.
It succeeds to avoid the obstacles and to reach the circular trajectory of the target using the FLS (type 1 and type 2).
The Role of DICER1 in RA FLS. DICER1, an endoribonuclease from the RNase III family, is essential for miRNA processing.
Kaiser Permanente 's Healthy Bones FLS has led to a 38% reduction in the expected hip fracture rate since 1998, and Geisinger Health System's FLS saved it $7.8 million over 5 years.
"Our risk assessment services will focus on the industrial and oil and gas sectors, where the nature of operations presents a high-risk profile - particularly in terms of FLS," Al Abbar explained.
The FLS, Ward says, is an established and proven method to achieve recommended standards of care for fragility fractures, including intervention for osteoporosis, secondary fracture prevention and bone health evaluation.