A growing number of researchers are adopting the Chromium de novo
Assembly Solution for non-human genomics studies, including members of the Genome 10K Vertebrate Genome Project (G10K-VGP).
For women 15-49 years who were diagnosed with de novo
metastatic breast cancer, the 5-year relative survival rates doubled from 18% during 1992-1994 to 36% during 2005-2012.
Patients who had no leakage but developed postoperative SUI were allocated into de novo
SUI group, and in the control group, patients had no SUI before and after surgery.
In this cycle, those wanting to get into banking have often looked to acquire these banks as a cheaper entree to the industry than starting a de novo
In accordance with the current statutory provisions, the draft guidance notes that a de novo
petition may be submitted to FDA either: (1) following a negative decision on a 510(k) submission based on a lack of predicate device, or (2) a direct de novo
But, there is minimal (if any practical) conflict between the de novo
standard of review for claim construction and a deferential standard of review of the most pertinent factual issues underlying determinations of patent validity.
The acquisition of De Novo
would result in a 30% to 40% pro-forma 2011 revenue increase to Epiq's projected stand-alone e-discovery segment.
The Denmark based company added this upcoming PhaseA three study in de novo
kidney transplant patients will run in parallel with its current ongoing PhaseA three study in stable kidney transplant patients.
Citizens Bank increased its market share by opening seven de novo
branches over a 23-year period.
may sound like a complex legal term, but it is simply a Latin term meaning "anew.
Robinette wanted a de novo
(to start anew) review on the grounds the tax liability was at issue.
SB 548 (Burton) would allow the FTB to bring a trial de novo
proceeding in superior court after the Board of Equalization had ruled in the taxpayer's favor.