Third, if VIM
is to be used for collaborating on environments and objects, then still-image functionality that freezes and captures views in HD should be provided within the VIM
Even if the number of civilian casualties has been reduced by the turn to jus ad vim
actions, the use of armed force still raises key human rights issues.
We tested the reproducibility of the QuARTS assay by quantifying methylated BMP3, TFPI2, NDRG4, and VIM
and the reference gene ACTB in 1 known positive control sample in triplicate 8 times.
aeruginosa productora de metalo [beta]-lactamasa tipo VIM
en el IAHULA, y se reporta por primera vez en Venezuela, la deteccion de cepas con esta caracteristica provenientes de la comunidad.
It's worth noting that these VIM
definitions have not yet been universally adopted, and conflicting definitions still exist within government regulations within sub-segments of the pharmaceutical industry, and even between companies engaged in the same business due to variations in local quality systems.
Whether your work is done at one of the many other VIM
clinics being established around the country or any medical clinic, I encourage you to be a volunteer in medicine
Results demonstrated that, for the contralateral hand, VIM
DBS was associated with improvements in the majority of force control variables and a reduction of the impact of tremor variables.
Castelluccio said that the VIM
valves are currently in production at a major skid-steer loader manufacturer.
Initially, Wilson and Harrison saw VIM
cards as a unique and cost-effective way to market their fledgling business.
In 1989, Preston McMurry purchased Vim
& Vigor Inc.
furnaces are traditionally equipped with oil-lubricated rotary backing pumps.
While the body of the VIM
definition is sufficiently general to accommodate nearly all calibration situations, this generality provides little guidance as to what constitutes a calibration.