PBC


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PBC

abbr.
primary biliary cirrhosis

PBC

Abbreviation for:
peripheral blood cell
practice-based commissioning, see there 
primary biliary cirrhosis
public benefits corporation

PBC

1. Peripheral blood cells.
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sup][3] In previous studies, the genetic typing of HLA class II and III alleles revealed a highly significant increase in HLA DR8, DPB1 FNx01 0501, and 0301, C4AFNx01B2 and C4AFNx01Q0 complement alleles in patients with PBC compared with controls, and the HLA DRB1 FNx01 0801-DQA1 FNx01 0401-DQB1 FNx01 0402 haplotype was considered to represent a marker of disease progression.
Of the estimated 9,232 cases of PBC in the United States in 1996, 88.
He said according to law PBC had no authority at all to suspend the license of a lawyer registered with Supreme Court.
The other series included 2258 out of 3217 members of the United Kingdom PBC Foundation, a national support group for people with the condition.
Once elected, the seven directors will select the new president of the PBC for a two-year term.
However, it stressed that the government should not give up on PBC, as it could be successful if implemented correctly.
PBC is a division of Progressive Business Publications, located in Malvern, Penn.
He's chairman and chief executive officer of PBC International Inc.
The concept of LUCA comes very close to the requirement and role of the PBC in the proposed theory of programmed evolution.
PBC will market the package under the trade name Rack Pack in most major markets that carry PBC products.
Antimitochondrial antibodies, normally found in about 95% of patients with PBC, were found in 84 of the PBC patients.
Findings suggest that African American student persistence is most greatly affected by student experiences and the interactions that occur within the PBC environment or are facilitated by the PBC environment.