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ret

(rɛt)
n. a tobacco cigarette. (Collegiate.) Give my buddy a ret, will you?
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Inhibited tumor growth and induced tumor regression at well-tolerated doses in a model of cancer driven by RET fusions,
Research conducted by ACF, The Climate Institute and WWF Australia found that the 'Dirty Three' stand to reap around $8 billion in profits if the RET is dismantled.
RET as a diagnostic and therapeutic target in sporadic and hereditary endocrine tumors.
With Primer3 software (21), we designed primers for the 6 RET exons to create amplicons that included all known pathogenic mutations and, if possible, to exclude polymorphisms from analysis (Table 1) (16,17, 21).
The approach that RET brings to the solar PV market is exemplary of the industry's maturation and need for lower cost of capital and for fully integrated solutions," said Rue Phillips, Chief Executive Officer of TSR.
He further explained, " RET eval Complete is completely portable and will be useful to assist in the diagnosis of diseases that are currently detected with much larger ERG/VEP equipment that is not always readily available to those patients in need of such testing, including infant, pediatric and adult patient populations.
The Commonwealth Government's recently announced position on the RET is a good starting point for Tasmanian jobs because it took abolishing the RET off the table and exempts major industrials.
It is not always easy to offer biological evidence of alteration of the RET function for a large number of RET mutations in HSCR patients.
NASDAQ:EXEL) today announced the initiation of two investigator-sponsored trials (ISTs) of cabozantinib, which simultaneously targets MET, VEGFR2 and RET.
Shawn Qu, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Canadian Solar, commented, "We are pleased to close our third solar power plant sale to RET Capital.
The Commonwealth Government's recently announced position on the RET is a good starting point for Tasmanian jobs because it takes abolishing the RET off the table and exempts major industrials.
The RET protooncogene is expressed in human tissues of neural crest origin and has been recognized as a susceptibility gene for several autosomal inherited diseases, such as the multiple endocrine neoplasia type 2 syndromes, familial medullary thyroid carcinoma, and Hirschsprung disease (HSCR) (1).
Separate RET modules for the lower and upper bands are integrated into a standard housing, providing the same length, width and depth as the equivalent antenna without RET.
20, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Blueprint Medicines, a leader in discovering and developing highly selective kinase inhibitors for patients with genomically defined cancers, today disclosed a new drug discovery program targeting cancers with RET fusions and predicted resistance mutations.
RadianGEN will offer financial asset management, contract administration, compliance and technical supervision service for the two utility scale projects held by RET Capital.