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The reaction of the serum with bacterial or jack bean urease was examined by ELISA.
Next time you see a scientist buyingbananas, squash, mushrooms, beets, kidney, jack beans or crabs, don't assume they're for dinner.
Jack Bean, Chairman of the Board of Surety Capital, stated, "The first quarter of 1997 was another excellent quarter for Surety Capital.
Jack Bean, chairman of the board of Surety, stated, "1996 was another record-setting year for Surety.
Jack Bean, chairman of the board of Surety Capital stated, "Surety's continuing improvement in year-to-date and quarterly earnings per share, over the same period last year, is the direct result of Surety's decision to focus on asset utilization and profitability and to temporarily delay its acquisition and asset growth strategy.
Jack Bean, chairman of the board of Surety Capital, stated, "Surety's improved earnings per share for the second quarter of 1996, as compared to their first quarter of 1996, are the result of Surety's profit-oriented objectives.
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Jack Bean, chairman of the board of Surety Capital, stated, "The acquisition of PFC's operating systems and marketing expertise in the medical claims factoring field will greatly enhance Surety Bank's already safe and profitable medical claims factoring operation.
Jack Bean, chairman of the board of Surety Capital, stated, "This acquisition represents another major step in Surety Capital's aggressive profit and growth oriented business plan.
Jack Bean, chairman of the board of Surety Capital, stated "We are pleased that the market looked so favorably upon our offering of Surety Common Stock.
Among his topics are from Jack beans to designer genes, methods for studying enzymatic reactions, hydrolytic and group transfer enzymes, enzymatic carbon-carbon bond formation, isomerases, and non-enzymatic biological catalysis.
When dried parts of little-known legumes like coffee senna, sun hemp, and jack beans were mixed into potting soils, scientists got reductions as high as 89 percent in the number of nematode galls on the roots of test tomato plants.