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SHM

Abbreviation for:
somatic hypermutation (see there)
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The report also provides an in-depth analysis of the key players in the SHM market with their profiles, recent developments, key issues, SWOT analysis, and opportunities in the market, global adoption trends, and future growth potentials.
Furthermore, SHM focuses on the symmetric feature, that is to say, on the distance (or number of hops) from source to destination being no larger than [N/2] in the clockwise direction.
9 mmHg in 11- to 12-week-old rats in the SHM group (~350 g body weight) after two periods of salt loading (postweaning and post-sham denervation), besides being similar to the MAP measured over 2 h by Franchini and Krieger (22) and Franchini et al.
The SHM with optimized spiral type Marchand balun has been implemented in a 1.
The mystery shopper results showed the college's performance to be 'spotty at best,' and pushed SHM to design a new operating model for the college.
He urged group leaders who did not complete the 2009-2010 survey to register with the SHM at survey@hospitalmedicine.
Unlike the considered pairs of theories describing the fields without spin or its mechanical equivalent, spin appears to play a crucial role within SHM and SSI.
SHM is also evaluating how information technology can best be harnessed to support QI, and is seeking to raise funds for research on the best ways to conduct QI.
The SHM is committed to open medical staffs with the opportunity for all internists to admit and manage inpatients.
Ian Maycock, director, SHM Smith Hodgkinson, said: "This auction is set to be the largest sale of food manufacturing equipment of the year.
The modern SHM ICs are modified versions of SBM and DBM.
More than 400 lots will be put up for sale by specialist stadium auctioneers SHM Smith Hodgkinson.