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PORTAL

A trading platform operated by NASDAQ of closely-held companies and other companies for investment by extremely high net-worth individuals. This market is largely exempt from the requirements of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act. In 2007, the Portal Market required an individual to have a minimum net worth of $100 million to qualify to trade on it.
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PORTAL

A NASD trading system for unregistered foreign and domestic securities.
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After each segmental branch of the portal triad was identified in Ref-3D using the cross-sectioning view of the 'Toggle Cross Section' tool on Adobe Reader version 9 (Adobe Systems, Inc., San Jose, CA, USA) (Fig.
Third step: Producing 3D models of the segmental branches of the portal triad and hepatic vein.
All STL files of eight segments and segmental branches of the portal triad and hepatic vein were loaded on the Deep Exploration Standard (Right Hemisphere, San Ramon, CA, USA), which was used to produce a list tree of the 3D structures.
The 3D models of the liver including the eight segments and segmental branches of the portal triad and hepatic vein were produced and stored as STL file, which has high applicability (Fig.
This change was found chiefly at the portal triads, been also visible in some cases at the periphery of the central vein (Figs.
Percentage distribution for the level of staining of collagen in portal triads in C2-3 and E2-3.
If the portal triads to the caudate process could be dissected easily, they would be divided in advance; in reverse, they were controlled during dividing the liver parenchyma by CUSA.
The portal triads to the caudate lobe were dissected and ligated.
Dividing the Short Hepatic Veins, the Portal Triads to the Caudate Lobe, and the Liver Parenchyma.
Adenomas (ADs) showed growth by expansion resulting in displacement of portal triads and compression of adjacent normal tissue.
Of these basophilic and/or clear cell LFCA, 62 (67%) retained portal triads (Figure 2B).
Fifty-two percent of the ADs were basophilic and/or clear cell (Table 1), but only 15/70 (21%) had portal triads (Figure 2B).