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Definition of HESC
What does HESC mean?
- [biology] Human Embryonic Stem Cell
- synonym: human embryonic stem cell
Hesc a.k.a. St. Catherine International Airport is an airport serving St. Catherine, Saint Katherine city in the South Sinai Governorate of Egypt. It is located about 20 km northeast of the city, which is near Mount Sinai.
- also known as St Catherine International Airport, St. Catherine Airport, Saint Catherine International Airport
- part of Egypt
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by Robert Chunhua Zhao
HESC is a powerful tool for the study of human development and disease and for applications in regenerative medicine. The use of HESCs differentiated toward CNS lineages has been of particular interest given the lack of effective therapies ...
70 NY2D 758, RESPONDENTS BRIEF part 3, LENNEY MATTER OF V by New York (State).
HESC is an administrative as opposed to policy-making agency (R498). It has no statutory or regulatory authority ...
by Eric E. Bouhassira
Therapeutic cloning, like hESC research, has the proximate goal of deriving hESCs, which unavoidably involves an embryo's destruction; the more remote goal being a set of potential significant human health benefits. The moral permissibility ...
by Clive N. Svendsen, Allison D. Ebert
and until 2001, no public funding was ever provided for hESC research in the United States. Because of the great potential promised by Dr.
A Library of Universal Knowledge and an Unabridged Dictionary of the English Language ...
'l'hesc great breeding-places extend over a vast tract of forest, sometimes 40 m. in length; but in the more cultivated parts of the Unit-ed States the P. P. builds singly and not in communities. The numbers of birds forming the communities of the ...
by Sunil Patel
Heraclides Herbalist Herbivorous Herd immunity Hereditary angioneurotic edema Herma phroditism Hermaphroditic Herpes labialis; Herpetic keratitis HESC nucleotide heptamer and a nine-nucleotide nonamer of conserved sequence, ...
by Paul Singleton
hESC Human embryonic STEM CELL. heteroauxin(auxin) See the entry AUXINS. heterochromatic siRNAs See SIRNA. heterochromatin See the entry CHROMATIN. heterodimer Any composite molecular entity consisting of two non- identical ...
by Simon K. F. Stoddart
HESC(A)NA. An important descent group of Porano to the south of Orvieto, whose important chambered tomb, dating to the second half ...
A Dictionary of Cliches (2003)
by Eric Partridge
t h r o w off t hesc e n t , to . To divert the attentions ...
by Peter R. Eisenstadt, Laura-Eve Moss
HIGHER EDUCATION SERVICES CORPORATION (HESC) DUKES CIGARETTES ABE THE BES Gov David B. Hill appearing. 716 HIGHLAND the context for enactment of the State University Law (1948). SUNY absorbed most public higher ...
The Engineer's and Mechanic's Encyclopaedia Comprehending Practical Illustrations of the Machinery and Processes Employed in Every Description of Manufacture of the British Empire by Luke Hebert (1837)
T hesc. strengths of men and cattle , and to ascertain the force required in drawing. 3 u DYNAMOMETER. 461 ...
by Phyllis G. Tortora, Ingrid Johnson
Hand Evaluation and Standardization Committee (HESC) Committee of the textile Machinery Society of Japan that developed charts used in the kawabata evaluation system. Committee headquarters are in Osaka,Japan. hand fashioned A ...
by Graham A. Colditz
was founded in response to the 2001 regulations regarding human embryonic stem cell (hESC) research, in which federal funding was restricted to a few previously established cell lines. The SCRC ...
Series III: Carboisocyclic Condensed Compounds by Edith Josephy, F. Radt
Acetate Col HesC)4.
English-Cheyenne Dictionary (1915)
by Rodolphe Charles Petter
hesc,in all the world! (male e.); ...
An International Work of Reference by John Huston Finley
hesc theories are now discredited, and an attempt is made to account for all geological henomena by causes similar to t ose which we can see in action around us. This latter princi le is sometimes ...
by Helaine Selin
Secretariat, HESC Organizing Committee, Science Council of Japan, Tokyo: The Asqhi evening News, 1976. 31—9. Lathrap, D. W. Our Father the Cayman, Our Mother the Gourd: Spinden Revisited, or a Unitary Model for the Emergence ...
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