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DDC

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ddC

Dideoxycytidine, Hivid AIDS An anti-HIV nucleoside analogue Adverse effects Neuropathy of hands and feet, pancreatitis, and oral sores. See AIDS, Zalcitabine.
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What changed this outlook was the emergence of representative farmers' organizations which believed that suppliers would be better served if the DDC were dissolved.
" The commission would like to invite suggestions, viewpoints and recommendations on its email id ddc. delhi@ gov.
DDC Advocacy, a major player in technology-based, fully integrated public affairs and grassroots communications, will offer its services across Omnicom's companies.
For forms, contact Dafydd Thomas, DDC, on 01554 748589 or Promar, 01270 616800.
their network reach in Africa, and their selection of the DDC to support this
"The addition of the GBI cable system to the DDC ecosystem significantly enhances the DDC's emergence as the leading strategic global and regional hub in East Africa.
Michael Baird, Chief Science Officer of DDC, is considered one of the world's foremost experts in DNA and paternity testing, and was the first person to testify in a criminal DNA case in the US, and since 1987, has been involved in more than 350 court cases involving DNA and paternity.
Considerando que, en estos lugares influenciados por agua dulce, la salinidad tipicamente aumenta con la profundidad y que la temperatura tambien lo hace a ciertas profundidades, se espera que ocurra la DDC (Farmer & Freeland, 1983).
INTRODUCTION: Intraperitoneal injection of rats with diethyldithiocarbamate (DDC), a powerful copper chelator, causes decline in superoxide dismutase in various tissues of experimental animals.
Delta Doha Corporation, which serves oil and gas companies in the country, has signed a memorandum of understanding with CCI, a leading American manufacturer of control valves, whereby DDC will be the US firm's local service centre here.
Data Device Corporation (DDC) introduced a PC/104 card offering one to four channels of fully independent synchro-to-digital or resolver-to-digital (S/R-D) conversion.
Attendees can forward their NMR registration codes to Elaine Rees, of the DDC, to have their own farm records available for use at the event.