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Charles River's Compendium provides access to a comprehensive collection of well-established tumor models for early-stage oncology research.
Additionally, the Compendium now includes new molecular data for a large proportion of its proprietary and commercial cell lines, making it a valuable resource for in vitro oncology research.
Brown CM, Slavinski S, Ettestad P, Sidwa TJ, Sorhage FE; National Association of State Public Health Veterinarians; Compendium of Animal Rabies Prevention and Control Committee.
The accomplishment of publishing 30 consecutive volumes of the Compendium of Research in the NWT would not have been possible without the support and contributions of many members of the NWT research community.
This compendium focuses on the biology of the biomarker itself and its clinical utility in supporting clinical decision making.
Kasunic describes the new compendium and some of the important additions and revisions at length.
The compendium, which will remain a copyrighted work of ASME, is available as a free digital product in ASME's online catalog at https://www.
To help food safety workers stay up on the science as it changes, the compendium is available as an e-book.
Buying the $10 Compendium comes with the access to watch every match of The International, plus a significant boost in Battle Points earned.
One section of the compendium is devoted to veterans with disabilities and presents state and national statistics from the U.
Table 2 also shows how interactions were listed in each individual compendium reflecting their consistency.
17 October 2013 - US enterprise software and hardware group Oracle Corp (NYSE:ORCL) on Thursday unveiled the purchase of domestic cloud-based content marketing provider Compendium, to add to its Eloqua Marketing Cloud service.