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Aflac Duck Gives Back

...ith pediatric cancer in the area where the duck is purchased. "Families are increasingly seeing their children survive this difficult disease," said buffy Swinehart, Cause-Related Marketing manager at Aflac. "The research and treatment being done at hospitals across the country is saving lives, and we ar...

Medifast, Inc. to Unveil New Advertising Campaign Featuring Genie Francis and New Web Features in Early 2008

... on the Medifast Program, is best known to fans as buffy from the 20th Century Fox movie, buffy the Vampire Slayer. As part of the marketing cam...out Kristy Swanson: Swanson, who rose to fame as buffy in the popular 1992 film...
Buffy in Medical Products

Ateles

Description:...scaleable device that works with virtually any volume of platelet plasma or buffy coat. The platelet plasma or buffy coat must be prepared independently using standard equipment and techniques...
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Buffy in Medical Dictionary

Inoculation

...ite. Z617946 ... NuncĀ® inoculating loops pkg of 600, blue, ... ... culture inoculation of ... Inoculation of tick cell cultures with the buffy coat harvested ... Because inoculation of the experimental deer with whole blood ... ...
Buffy in Biological Technology

Genomic DNA Extraction from Buffy Coat Using the Perfect gDNA Blood Mini Kit

Laura Pollock, Jennifer Halcome, and Michele Nelson Hurst Eppendorf 5 Prime, Inc. Abstract The Perfect gDNA Blood Mini Kit is an efficient way to purify genomic DNA from 200 l of who...

Genomic DNA Extraction from Buffy Coat Using the Perfect gDNA Blood Mini Kit

Laura Pollock, Jennifer Halcome, and Michele Nelson Hurst Eppendorf 5 Prime, Inc. Abstract The Perfect gDNA Blood Mini Kit is an efficient way to purify genomic DNA from 200 l of who...

World BioBank(TM) Launch Benefits Advanced Medical Research

...resections, image-guided biopsies, bone marrow biopsies and endoscopic biopsies. Liquid samples are obtained from peripheral blood, genomic DNA (from buffy coat), and plasma. Drawn from a demographically rich universe, these annotated samples offer the added information advantage of pathology, clinical a...

Full Sail University Welcomed Back to Campus Graduate and Acclaimed Horror Director, Darren Lynn Bousman

...ar Sarah Brightman, who opened the 2008 Beijing Olympics, legendary actor Paul Sorvino, Anthony Stewart Head, best known for his role on the TV series buffy the Vampire Slayer, Paris Hilton in the role of Amanda Sweet, and Zdunich, in the role of Graverobber. Bousman, who has embarked on a college tour...
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