MVA


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MVA

Abbreviation for motor vehicle accident.

MVA

Abbreviation for:
malignant ventricular arrhythmia
mechanical ventricular assistance
mevalonic acid
microvillous atrophy
minimum visual angle (see there)
mitral vavle annuloplasty
mitral valve area
motor vehicular/vehicle accident (see there)

MVA

Motor vehicular/vehicle accident, see there.

modified vaccinia virus Ankara

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MVA

An attenuated form of vaccinia virus that does not replicate itself efficiently. It has been used as an antigen carrier and as an adjuvant in the development of vaccines against both infectious illnesses and cancers.
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TriOptima is at the forefront of XVA analytics with the introduction of an MVA service that addresses the needs of firms subject to new initial margin rules for OTC derivatives.
MVA is explained as the difference between the firm's market value (including equity and debt) and the total capital invested in the company (Young & O'Byrne, 2001).
Abdun-Nabi, president and chief executive officer of Emergent BioSolutions, said, "Emergent is pleased to be part of this collaboration by leveraging our unique capabilities to manufacture and supply MVA EBOZ for evaluation in this Phase I study.
Roll-over types of crashes are mostly attributed to speed MVA data showed.
In this study, 52% patients went for MVA with two living children in both groups In a study at Belgaum medical college in 1997 by Swany udani and Narayan (4) 39% patients were with 2 living children.
It was the first manufacturing unit in the Sultanate to introduce LV Switchgears in 1987, later Distribution Transformer in 1992 and now the Power Transformers up to 315 MVA 220 kV Class.
MVA can reject parts based on the value of a variable, or on a change in the correlation between a few or multiple variables, says Hazen.
Why should the owner of a fixed index annuity or life insurance policy have to share the interest rate risk or option price risk--or both--with the insurance company through an MVA clause?
Specifically, MVA is the difference between the market value of a company (both equity and debt) and the capital that lenders and shareholders have entrusted to it over the years in the form of loans, retained earnings, and paid-in capital.
In addition, due to our in-depth knowledge, expertise and testing of MVA-BN[R], we know that not all MVAs are equally safe and effective.