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MCS

abbr.
multiple chemical sensitivity
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MCS

Abbreviation for:
micro chemical system (see there)
Minnesota Coronary Survey
multiple chemical sensitivity (see there)
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MCS

Abbreviation for multiple chemical sensitivity.
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MCS

abbrev. MULTIPLE CLONING SITE.
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MCS is now Makati Central Square and now has more restaurants in its adjacent section called MCS Fernando.
For this reason, resuspended samples containing MCs and MCGSHs were further separated using a Great Eur-Asia [C.sub.18] column (9.4 x 250 mm, 5 [micro]m, 120 [Angstrom]) on the previously mentioned HPLC-MS system.
When biopsies were stratified by location, MCs were significantly increased among study patients in the left, but not right, side of the colon, when compared with the control group.
During times of crisis, the first question leaders ask is: "Where are the carriers?" MCs are quick to provide a reassuring response with daily coverage of maritime security operations, strike operations and theater security cooperation efforts.
There are two sodium currents [I.sub.Na] and [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] and three potassium currents [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII], in MCs. The GC soma has a sodium current [I.sub.Na] and three potassium currents [I.sub.K], [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII].
BADCy was heated to 100[degrees]C, when it melted into a clear liquid, different content (0.125, 0.25, and 0.5 wt%) of PUF/DBTDL MCs were added, stirring for 30-40 min at 100[degrees]C, the mixture were poured into a preheated mold and out degassed, then cured via the low temperature procedures of 130 [degrees]C/2 h + 150[degrees]C/2 h + 180 [degrees]C/2 h.
The GW maintains a database recording the serving MRs of all the MCs roaming inside the WMN.
Cellular uptake of MCs has been demonstrated to occur exclusively via an active transport, whereas passive transmembrane diffusion can be excluded (Eriksson et al.
A significant emergency communications capability to the mining industry will be brought by MagneLink MCS. This will be especially useful in case of miners being trapped due to an accident where there will be no other means of communicating with rescue teams on the surface.
Even greater efficiencies might be achieved through the establishment of marital corporations (MCs), each having hundreds or thousands of couples as stockholders, all sharing common values about marriage.
Capillary zone electrophoresis (CZE) performed on "clinical" analyzers effectively detects monoclonal components (MCs) (1-4) in human serum.