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D.A. Spandidos Publisher
D.A. Spandidos, Publisher
Dako/Agilent Company Dako is a global diagnostic company with more than 45 years of experience in pathology. Dako has played a pioneering role in the standardization of antibodies and was the first company in the field to introduce workflow. Dako is now apart of Agilent corp.
Davidson, NC : Faculty for Undergraduate Neuroscience, c2002- Publisher
DDD Study Paper Author
Dec. 2004- : Berlin : Springer Publisher
Denville, NJ : The Association, c1995- Publisher
Developmental Studies Hybridoma Bank University DSHB was created by NIH as a national resource; it sells at cost (e.g. 1 ml of supernatant costs $35.00, not $200.00 or more), it is growing at 10% to 20% per year; it has been given the distribution rights for monoclonal antibodies being generated by an NCI initiative in diagnostics, and it has begun a second bank for microbes (DSHB-Microbe).
Diabetes Action Granting Agency Diabetes Action is committed to funding promising and innovative diabetes research with a special interest in alternative, complementary, integrative, and nutritional therapies to prevent, treat, and cure diabetes and its complications. Researchers: Please visit the webiste to request the grant application packages, which are issued annually. are due due by the end of May of each year, for the following year s funding. The application will only be provided to researchers affiliated with non-profit institutions within the U.S.A.
Diagenode Company

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