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obs.

abbr.
1. observation
2. observatory
3. obsolete
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Our co-culture system is efficient because no additional inducers such as RANKL and MCSF were required as those key regulators were naturally released by the mature OBs. This is an advantage over other systems that require MCSF and RANKL, such as those developed by Kleinhans et al.
OBS components except for physical activity were not normally distributed, so they were log-transformed when assigning OBS. Tests for linear trend were performed using a sum of scores with values from Q1 to Q4, consistent with the quartile grouping.
The interaction term was used to assess the significance of the interaction between genetic variants and OBS. The critical p values for accessing the significance of interaction were calculated by FDR ^-value, at the 5% level.
You can also exchange dialogue with other writers, for free, using the OBS. screenwriting forum on the organization's site.