FLK


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FLK

(ˈɛf ˈɛl ˈke)
n. funny looking kid. (Initialism. A strange looking child, especially one being treated for social or physical problems.) When the mother came in with an FLK in tow, Jane knew her afternoon would be busy.
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Control testing was run simultaneously with each batch of human tissue assays: 1) positive control, a smear of BLV-positive cells (FLK cell line) reacted with complete PCR mix; 2) negative controls, a smear of FLK cells and an adjacent serial section of each specimen reacted with PCR mix minus primers, to rule out false-positive reactions unique to each tissue resulting from unquenched endogenous peroxidase, nonspecific reaction of the sheep antibodies used in the final immunoperoxidase detection, or nonspecific DNA repair by Taq polymerase; 3) permeabilization control for entry of PCR mix into cells, with an adjacent serial section of each tissue reacted with PCR mix different from that for IS-PCR by omission of primers, 4.
FLK is manufactured using two of Donaldson's industry-leading filtration technologies--Synteq XP[TM] and RadialSeal[TM]:
All of the parts of the insulating film in the FLK Cu interconnect consisted of low-k films, of which robust Molecular-Pore-Stack (MPS) low-k film[1] with stable sub-nanometer-sized pores was deposited continuously on the SCC film on top of the underlying Cu lines[2].
FLK - Funny Looking Kid - refers to a child patient
She rejoined FLK in 1999 with a mandate to build a corporate practice in Los Angeles and became a partner in 2001.
The offending plates had the number 982 - the war was in 1982 - and the letters FLK.
So was the Top Gear presenter surprised yesterday when he was banned from driving through Argentina - loser of the 1982 Falklands War - in a Porsche with an FLK numberplate?