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G value


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G value

G value

g‐value

nuclear g‐value

nuclear g-value

g-value

A paraconsistent 3-valued logic related to Gödel logic G3

Diagnostic Value of IgG Avidity in Toxoplasma Infection: Comparison of 3 Commercial Kits

Value of Cytomegalovirus (CMV) IgG Avidity Index for the Diagnosis of Primary CMV Infection

Prognostic value of CpG island methylator phenotype among colorectal cancer patients: a systematic review and meta-analysis

65PDPROGNOSTIC INFLUENCE OF MUTATIONAL STATUS IN RESECTED NON-SMALL CELL LUNG CANCER: THE KRAS G12V WORSE VALUE

Value of hepatitis E virus detection by cell culture compared with nested PCR and serological studies by IgM and IgG

Development of a Novel Output Value for Quantitative Assessment in Methylated DNA Immunoprecipitation-CpG Island Microarray Analysis

Value of Cytomegalovirus (CMV) IgG Avidity Index for the Diagnosis of Primary CMV Infection in Pregnant Women

Association of cyclin D1 G870A polymorphism with uterine leiomyoma in women whose body mass index values are above 25 kg/m2

The predictive value of medical history taking and Chlamydia IgG ELISA antibody testing (CAT) in the selection of subfertile women for diagnostic laparoscopy: a clinical prediction model approach

Research letter. Pulmonary tuberculosis as a cause of recurrent wheezy chest: the value of serological diagnosis using IgG antibodies to mycobacterium 38 kDa antigen

WHEATCROFT, George Shorrock Ashcombe (1905 - 1987), Professor of English Law, University of London, 1959–68, later Professor Emeritus; First Editor, British Tax Review, 1956–71, later Consulting Editor; first Editor of British Tax Encyclopedia, 1962–71, later Consulting Editor; Consulting Editor, Encyclopedia of Value Added Tax; Vice-Chairman, Hambro Life Assurance Ltd, 1971–79; Chairman, G. S. A. & M. Wheatcroft (Advisory Services) Ltd; Adviser to HM Customs and Excise on Value Added Tax, 1971–72

 

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(in nuclear chemistry) the number of specified chemical events in an irradiated substance produced per 100 eV of energy absorbed from ionizing radiation.

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