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CD

 

Cd

 
2. caudal or coccygeal.

CD


Cd

Symbol for cadmium.

cd

Symbol for candela.

CD

cadaveric donor; cluster designation (see CD antigen, under antigen ); curative dose.

Cd

cadmium; caudal or coccygeal.

cd

candela.

Cd

symbol for the element cadmium.

CD

abbreviation for compact disk.

CD

Abbreviation for:
cadaveric donor
caesarean delivery
Canavan disease
canine distemper
capillary diameter
carbon dioxide
cardiac denervation
cardiac disease
cardiac dysfunction
cardiovascular disease
Castleman’s disease
catalytic domain
cathepsin D
cation dependent
cause of death
celiac disease
cell death
cell density
cell dissociation
centre distance
cerebellar degeneration
cervical dystonia
Chagas disease
challenge dose
chemical dependency
chemical diabetes
chiral discrimination
choline deficiency
chronic dialysis
chronic dizziness
cigarettes/day
civil defence (Medspeak-UK)
clinical dietician
clinical director (Medspeak-UK)
clinical directorate (Medspeak-UK)
cluster designation
cluster of differentiation (Medspeak-UK)
coal duct
cocaine dependent
coeliac disease
cognitive deterioration
collecting duct
colloidal dispersion
colonic distension
colour discrimination
commercial diet
common bile duct
complete dentition
complete diet
computer design
conduct disorder
conduction defect
conduction disorder
cone degeneration
cone dystrophy
conjugated diene
consanguineous donor
conserved domain
constitutional delay
contact dermatitis
contagious disease
control diet
controlled drug, see there (Medspeak-UK)
conventional dialysis
conversion disorder
convulsive disorder
convulsive dose
corneal dystrophy
coronary disease
cortical dysplasia
counting device
courtship display
Cowden’s disease
Crohn’s disease
cultural deprivation
cultural disadvantage
cumulative dose
curative dose
Cushing disease
cycle day
cyclodextrin
cytosine deaminase
cytosolic domain
cytotoxic dose
cystic duct
cytoplasmic domain

CD

1. Cluster designation, cluster of differentiation Immunology A nomenclature system for surface antigens of human leukocytes, macrophages, platelets, and other cells, characterized by monoclonal antibodies, allowing these cells to be categorized by lineage; most cells have > 1 surface antigen; 'w'–workshop designations indicate an incompletely characterized antigen; also 1. Chemical diabetic.
2. Chief of division.
3. Childhood disease.
4. Common duct.
5. Communicable disease.
6. Compact disk.
7. Complicated delivery.
8. Contact dermatitis.
9. Controlled drug.
10. Convulsive disorder.
11. Corneal dystrophy.
12. Crohn's disease.
13. Cystic duct.
14. Left posterior descending coronary artery, see there.

CD

Abbreviation for cumulative dose;
curative dose;
circular dichroism;
cluster of differentiation.

Cd

Symbol for cadmium.

CD

Abbrev. for. cluster of differentiation (or designation). This is a standard descriptive code applied to antigenic surface molecules on white cells, especially T LYMPHOCYTES, that are identified by a particular group of monoclonal antibodies. Well over 100 CD receptors have been described.

CD

Abbreviation for cluster of differentiation.

Cd

1. chemical symbol, cadmium.
2. caudal or coccygeal.

cd

see candela.
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The bank moved for relief from the automatic stay that arose in the applicant's bankruptcy case to apply the certificate of deposit toward payment of the bank's claim.
The court held that a certificate of deposit is an instrument.
The problem for the bank was that the certificate of deposit was paperless-the bank had never issued a certificate or other instrument evidencing the CD.
The court found that the bank did not have possession of the paperless certificate of deposit.
The debtor also pledged a certificate of deposit with the bank as collateral security for the payment of the bank's claim against the debtor under the note.
The bank had paid the full amount of the letter of credit and sought reimbursement from the debtor by realizing upon the certificate of deposit.
The bank thought it had perfected a security interest in the certificate of deposit by possession and did not file a UCC financing statement identifying the CD or identifying the collateral as general intangibles.
The courts have been divided over whether a non-negotiable and non-transferable certificate of deposit is an instrument or a general intangible; the distinction is critical.
In Omega, the Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit followed the majority view that a non-negotiable and non-transferable certificate of deposit is an instrument in which a secured creditor can perfect a security interest by possession of the CD.

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