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PBS

1. Phosphate-buffered saline.
2. Phosphate-buffered sodium.

PBS

phosphate buffered saline.
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PBS pellets were vacuum-dried at 60[degrees]C, CP and SE powders were dried at 50[degrees]C for 24 h before using.
Topology-aware Scheduling: With the addition of Cray support, PBS Professional now optimizes task placement for all HPC network topologies such as Infiniband, SGI, Cray, IBM and GigE improving application performance and reducing network contention.
If PBS would just drop the fiction that it is doing everybody a metaphysical favor simply by existing, it could get out of this argument and go about the business of being whatever it wants to be in peace.
The internal conflict of PBS is that the airtime and money taken up by finely produced, restrained shows like "MacNeil/Lehrer" mean less experimental programming.
Astonishingly, PBS has continued to refuse to distribute the program even though Rights & Wrongs has raised $1.
Government, through PBS and the Repatriation Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme (RBPS), is a monopsony purchaser of drugs in Australia.
PBS Realty Advisors, LLC (PBS Realty) has promoted both David Emden and Howard Hersch to the position of managing director.