Definitions for "ABL"
The designation of the human protooncogene located on chromosome 9 that is mutated by the translocation of a piece of chromosome 9 to chromosome 22 in chronic myelogenous leukemia and some cases of acute leukemia. The mutation of this gene is the cause of chronic myelogenous leukemia. The abbreviation for the gene derives from the name of the scientist, Dr. Harvey Abelson, who discovered the gene while studying cancer-causing viruses in mice. (See Society booklet "Chronic Myelogenous Leukemia")
A gene (named for a researcher whose last name was Abelson) on human chromosome #9, involved in normal white blood cell replication. ABL only causes trouble when it detaches and joins chromosome #22, creating the BCR-ABL gene known to cause chronic myelogenous leukemia.
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Academia Brasileira de Letras
Allegheny Ballistics Laboratory.
Advanced Bimetallic Liner. Specialized form of ABN. Instead of a single-step, single-material plating, the ABL Plating process is based on a layered approach made possible by two OS-developed hard-nickel alloys. The first alloy is used as the bottom (bonding) layer, to fuse the top layer to the brass liner. The second alloy, developed for superior hardness, forms the top layer. Together, they create a barrier that protects the liner against excessive heat and wear.
abbreviation for "Advanced Block Linking" Project64 core option: Options Settings ROM Settings. Only experienced users should adjust this setting! Read manual for full details.
Abbreviation for atmospheric boundary layer.
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Animal Biosafety Level
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American Basketball League
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Airborne Laser
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ammunition basic load
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Air Box Lid
Aggregate Beneficiary Limits
Asset-Based Lending e.g., based on receivables, inventory, equipment and vehicles.