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GC

Abbreviation for the guanine and cytosine base pair in polynucleic acids; gonococcus; gonorrhea.
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GC

1. Galactocerebroside, see there.
2. Ganglion cell.
3. Gas chromatography, see there.
4. Germinal center.
5. Glucocorticosteroid.
6. Gonococcal, gonococcus-Neisseria gonorrhoeae.
7. Guanine, cytosine.
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GC

Abbreviation for granular cast.
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Last week UCY decided to admit three per cent of its student body with GCE qualifications.
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Though being the main proponents of the GCE concept, DISY thought it a "travesty" that a proposal which is not to take effect for another year should be fast-tracked.
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The university's vice rector was told by the presenter of a Sigma morning show that "you will hand over the university to the British with the GCEs."
courts have sometimes asserted their jurisdiction and waived the sovereign immunity of foreign countries in litigation involving the actions of the government's agents or GCEs (Heroth v.
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Foram obtidos a media, o desvio padrao e o limite inferior do intervalo de confianca do grupo total e dos grupos de risco especificos de tarefa ou experimentais (GCEs).
courts have asserted their jurisdiction and waived the sovereign immunity of foreign countries in litigation involving the actions of a government's agents or GCEs (Heroth v.