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PBS

1. Phosphate-buffered saline.
2. Phosphate-buffered sodium.
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Transesterification of PBS. After the second synthetic reaction step, the prepolymer was placed in a three-necked flask and heated to 150[degrees]C for 2 h.
However, Bakhtiar did not take a decision and asked the PBS to submit a report, which he would present before the federal cabinet, he added.
The PBS had already completed its work last year to change the base year from 2007-08 to 2015-16 but it was awaiting approval of the governing council, an apex body of the PBS headed by the planning minister.
As well as setting nine PBs she picked up a silver in the 400m freestyle and bronze in the 200m breaststroke.
For viewers, KCET-28 could likely reemerge as the main PBS member station, as KOCE-58 has relinquished its spectrum and has achannel-sharing agreement with full-powered UHF KSCI-18 in Los Angeles.
Committee Member Dr Nafisa Shah, while showing dissatisfaction over the reply of PBS, said the excuses of noncooperation on part of provinces were highly unjustified to avoid production of data or reports.
A scanning electron microscope (SEM) TSCAN Vega\\XMU (Czech Republic), operated at 30 kV, was used to measure the deposition time and the morphology of the prepared PbS films.
During his interview on ABC's "Good Morning America," Smiley alleged that PBS made a huge mistake for suspending him.
To review progress on ongoing work, the PECs visited different departments and sections of PBS and showed their satisfaction on the progress.
He was of the view that the PBS should install more scanners and computers to speed up its data compilation process.
Results: PBS was diagnosed in 140 (45%) of the total 63 patients with CF.