VWM


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VWM

Abbreviation for:
vanishing white matter (see there)
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Previous studies demonstrated endoplasmic reticulum stress (ERS) participated in the pathogenesis of VWM, [sup][8] and over-activated unfolded protein response (UPR) was found in VWM brain tissues.
An effect of gender was found for only two measures: The score in VWM, F(1, 378) = 8.
VWM has agreed to, upon SEAE achieving a JORC Code compliant inferred resource of between 50 to 100mt and achieving annual production of 2.
31) Karen Levenback (in VWM 37:4) suggests Louise Ernestine Matthaei as a possible model for Miss Kilman.
In her first week in the job Emma decided that the temptation of being surrounded by new cars was just too much and changed her Citroen Saxo VTR for a sporty black Volkswagen Polo TDI - complete with alloy wheels and a specially tailored number plate - VWM (Volkswagen Em).
VWM will continue to provide conference agenda development, speaker recruitment services and marketing support.
Aptilo said that by integrating its VWM into ZapFi's existing Wi-Fi cloud offering, it has an experienced partner that can address segments of the European market like municipalities and public transport companies.
Starting with one magazine, VWM has since started a dozen other information products aimed at this market and is now the largest publisher in the e-commerce field.
CACH/ VWM diagnosis currently requires the recognition of frequently variable clinical features, magnetic resonance imaging findings, and sequencing of the 57 exons of the eIF2B genes associated with the disease (6).
In August, Hernandez Juarez became closely involved in the VWM (Volkswagen de Mexico) strike that won a 21% wage increase for workers, the highest in the auto industry that year.
Includes the Nokia 1830 VWM Translation Line Unit (TLU), part of Nokia's recently expanded mobile fronthaul portfolio, provides the colorization of the optics to WDM without having to touch the RAN optics.