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SAR

Abbreviation for scaffold-associated regions , under region.

Sar

Abbreviation for sarcosine.

specific absorption rate (SAR)

[spisif′ik]
Etymology: L, species, form
(in hyperthermia treatment) the rate of absorption of heat energy (W) per unit mass of tissue in units of watts per kilogram (W/kg).

structure-activity relationship (SAR)

the relationship between the chemical structure of a drug and its activity.

SAR

Abbreviation for:
sarcoidosis
sarcoma
sarcosine
search and rescue 
seasonal allergic rhinitis
secondary attack rate
sinoatrial rate
slowly adapting receptor
sodium adsorption ratio
specific absorption rates
standardised access ratio 
staphylococcal accessory regulator
subjective analysis return 
survival after recurrence
suspected adverse reaction
systemic anaphylactic reaction

SAR

1. Sarcoidosis.
2. Scaffold attachment region. See Matrix attachment region.
3. Sexual Attitude Reassessment.
4. Standard admissions ratio.

SAR,

Sarcina
n bacterium belonging to the genus
Sarcina, which encourages disease, dental caries, and periodontal inflammation.
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4 R(1)(a) Name of Directors / Persons discharging managerial responsibilities: Directors/Persons Discharging Managerial Responsibilities ("PDMR") who have interests in the employee share plans (names listed below) Nature of the transaction: Exercise of stock options and / or stock appreciation rights in relation to one of the group employee share plans Consideration for the transaction: Consideration paid upon exercise of the options or rights is the market value of the shares underlying the option or rights at the time of the grant(s).
The Service has not changed some of its proposed regulations' positions, including that phantom stock plans are nonqualified deferred compensation plans, while stock appreciation rights and stock option plans are generally not nonqualified deferred compensation plans.
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