human competency

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human competency

Identification of differentially expressed markers in human follicular cells associated with competent oocytes

Pilot-testing an applied competency-based approach to health human resources planning

Structural and numerical chromosomal aberrations in a metabolically competent human lymphoblast cell line (MCL-5)

Metabolically Competent Human Skin Models: Activation and Genotoxicity of Benzo[a]pyrene

Mosquito (Diptera: Culicidae) Host Compatibility and Vector Competency for the Human Myositic Parasite Trachipleistophora hominis (Phylum Microspora)

Sequence specific mutations induced by N-nitrosodimethylamine at two marker loci in metabolically competent human lymphoblastoid cells.

Mutagenicity of vinyl chloride and its reactive metabolites, chloroethylene oxide and chloroacetaldehyde, in a metabolically competent human B-lymphoblastoid line.

The dormant and the fully competent oocyte: comparing the transcriptome of human oocytes from primordial follicles and in metaphase II

Construction and characterization of mismatch-containing circular DNA molecules competent for assessment of nick-directed human mismatch repair in vitro

An investigation into the activation and deactivation of chlorinated hydrocarbons to genotoxins in metabolically competent human cells

Dose-Dependent Modulation of the In Vitro Cytokine Production of Human Immune Competent Cells by Lead Salts

Recovery of Replication-Competent Virus from CD4 T Cell Reservoirs and Change in Coreceptor Use in Human Immunodeficiency Virus Type 1—Infected Children Responding to Highly Active Antiretroviral Therapy

Escherichia coli BTC, a human cytochrome P450 competent tester strain with a high sensitivity towards alkylating agents: involvement of alkyltransferases in the repair of DNA damage induced by aromatic amines


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A component of managerial competency, which refers to a leader's or coach's power of persuasion and ability to establish harmonious relationships within a team. It is a critical component of leadership.

Subjects: Sports and Exercise Medicine.

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