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va·lent

(vā'lĕnt),
Possessing valence.
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McBay joins Valent from Bayer Crop Science, where he recently served as the Global Digital Platform lead.
VALENT IVD is claimed to be the industry's first fully automated, open platform, merging high-throughput and quality staining with a powerful and intuitive user interface.
Valent says whatever the students' motives for attending his school, the goal is the same -- to teach them how to answer all of the tricky questions children will ask.
Valent said member states are encouraged to increase funding towards meeting humanitarian needs of Palestine refugees in the West Bank, including East Jerusalem, and the Gaza Strip at this critical juncture.
During the final chukka, Tomlinson scored the fifth goal for England, only to see Valent, Pieres and Cambiaso score three quick goals to put the score 12-5 in favour of the visitors.
At the Budapest Conference, CEHAPE was approved at the highest political level (Valent et al.
Valent BioSciences, a major American agri-chemical corporation, has also shown interest, though Munro would not say in what capacity.
This objective of the study was to determine the removal efficiency of arsenic from drinking water by using Fenton's reagent followed by passage through zero valent iron.
"Radlan's OpENSolO 24G is the industry's first 24-port Gigabit Switch offered to OEMs as a complete ready-for-production design," said Yoram Valent, President of Radlan, Inc.
Frost is chief of information technology for Valent USA, a division of Sumitomo Chemical, the agricultural products company, and one of the earliest large enterprises to adopt IP voice (voice over IP to some) back in 1999.
M2 PHARMA-January 25, 2019-Biocare Medical launches VALENT IVD automated staining platform