FAB

acronym: Finance and Budget
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FAB

acronym: Fraction actually burned
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FAB

Computer-Chip Fabrication Plant
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FAB

FAB:
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fab

Short for fabrication. Used both for the manufacture of printed circuit boards and semiconductors.
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Fab

Fragment of immunoglobulin prepared by papain treatment. Fab fragments (45 kD) consist of one light chain linked through a disulphide bond to a portion of the heavy chain, and contain one antigen binding site. They can be considered as univalent antibodies.
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Fab

<immunology> Fragment of immunoglobulin prepared by papain treatment. Fab fragments (45 kD) consist of one light chain linked through a disulphide bond to a portion of the heavy chain and contain one antigen binding site. They can be considered as univalent antibodies. ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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Fab

originally, either of two identical fragments, each containing an antigen combining site, obtained by papain cleavage of molecules of the IgG class of immunoglobulins. The term is now generally used as an adjective in compound terms such as Fab fragment and Fab region, referring to an “arm” of any immunoglobulin mon...
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Fab

Fragment of antibody containing the antigen-binding site, generated by cleavage of the antibody with the enzyme papain, which cuts at the hinge region N-terminally to the inter-H-chain disulphide bond and generates two Fab fragments from one antibody molecule.
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Fab

Fab is slang for brilliant, wonderful.
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Fab

Fab is slang for brilliant, wonderful.
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Fab

[brand] The brand fab is a popular ice lolly on a stick in the United Kingdom, introduced by J. Lyons & Co. Ltd. Launched nationally in May 1967. Designed primarily for the 3 million girls in Britain aged 5-15, the Fab was based around Gerry Anderson`s Thunderbirds TV series. Lady Penelope`s Rolls Royce number plate was FAB 1. It consisted
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FAB

Type: Abbreviation Definitions: 1. Abbreviation for French-American-British (classification of acute leukemias). See: FAB classification
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Fab

Type: Term See: Fab fragment
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Fab

[magazine] fab is a Canadian magazine which targets the gay community. The magazine publishes biweekly issues in Toronto, Ontario. It publishes alternate weeks to the city`s other biweekly gay publication, Xtra!. The publication’s official spelling uses a lower-case F: fab. == History == fab started publishing in June 1994. In 1996, fab a
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FAB

Functional Airspace Blocks
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FAB

Features Attributes Benefits
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fab

fabulous
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