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concentrate

 [kon´sen-trāt]
1. to bring to a common center; to gather at one point.
2. to increase the strength by diminishing the bulk of, as of a liquid; to condense.
3. a drug or other preparation that has been strengthened by evaporation of its nonactive parts.
activated prothrombin complex concentrate (APCC) anti-inhibitor coagulant complex.
prothrombin complex concentrate (PCC) factor IX complex.

PCC

Abbreviation for:
Pasteur Culture Collection
patient-centred care
Pearson’s correlation coefficient
plasma catecholamine concentration
plasma cortisol concentration
pneumatosis cystoides coli
poison control centre
postcoital concentration
posterior cingulate cortex
premature chromosome condensation
primary care clinic
primary care centre  
primary cell culture
protein C cofactor
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A tripartite task force between PCC, DOE and ERC was formed ahead of the MOA to coordinate inquiries on alleged collusion or abuses of dominance in the power industry through information exchange and fact-finding, given the policy mandate of the DOE, the regulatory functions of the ERC, and the market competition lens of the PCC.
Even as both GSK and Pfizer's portfolios include a full range of medicines, PCC said the merged firm is unlikely to tie and bundle over-the-counter products with prescription products due to the functional differences in business model of the parties.
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'The PCC recognizes that a strong and vibrant economy stimulates firms' appetite for business consolidation, corporate takeovers, and market expansion.
Then PCC commissioner Stella Quimbo had said the government could cancel the Grab-Uber deal 'in an extreme situation where there would be a blatant disregard' of the commitments.
Voters in the PCC elections were asked to make a first and second choice for the candidate(s) they wanted.
In light of this announcement, the three nominees who would have joined PCC's board of directors if elected at PCC's upcoming annual meeting of Shareholders, Peter B.
Partners can use PCC's existing, highly scalable worldwide server network, or PCC can build dedicated, distributed networks conforming to partner requirements.
That prompted PCC to do its own review, which uncovered several hundred more errors in the records on which VA aid is based.
Public support for the PCC remains buoyant and recent nationally weighted polling shows that of the general public 79 per cent have no concerns over confidence in the PCC (were either very confident, confident or neutral about it).
"The failure of our regulatory agencies to mandate full disclosure of food ingredients makes it incumbent on leaders in the natural foods industry to step forward and provide what our consumers want," said PCC's c.e.o.
We made two-ply laminates from wet, filler-free hand-sheets with a sparse coating of precipitated calcium carbonate (PCC) in the ply-ply interface.