Knowles, who heads the ARS Animal Disease Research Unit in Pullman, Wash.
What does ADRU stand for?
ADRU stands for Animal Disease Research Unit (USDA)
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- Adaptive Document Recognition Technology (trademark of ABBYY)
- Advance Data Recording Technique
- Advance Decisions to Refuse Treatment (UK)
- Analog Data Recorder Transcriber
- Approximate Discrete Radon Transform (image processing)
- Automatic Debugging for Path Real-Time Logic (debugging algorithm)
- Active Duty Rehabilitation Unit (US VA; August, GA)
- Ageing and Disability Research Unit (University of Nottingham; Nottingham, UK)
- Alcohol and Drug Research Unit (Health Research Board; Ireland)
- Alcohol and Drug Unit
- Asian Disaster Response Unit (UN)
- Adipose and Right Ventral Fin (fish tracking)
- Adoración de Rotura Violenta (San Diego band; San Diego, CA)
- Allgemeiner Deutscher Rassehunde Verband (German: General German Dog Association)
- Allgemeiner Deutscher Rollenspieler Verein (German: General German Role-Players Association)
- Arrhythmogenic Dysplasia of the Right Ventricle (cardiology)
- Annular Deformation Resistance Welding (Delphi Technologies Inc.; Troy, MI)
- Andrx Corporation (stock symbol)
- A Different Street (transitional housing; Canada)
- Abstract Data Structure (computer programming)
Samples in periodicals archive:
All ticks were identified and sent to the Agricultural Research Service, Animal Disease Research Unit, USDA (Pullman, WA, USA) for transmission studies.
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] Molecular biologist Susan Noh, at the Agricultural Research Service's Animal Disease Research Unit in Pullman, Washington, is working to develop a vaccine to protect against anaplasmosis, a tick-transmitted disease of cattle.
Grubman, USDA-ARS Foreign Animal Disease Research Unit, Orient Point, New York; phone (631) 323-3329, e-mail marvin.
O'Rourke at the Animal Disease Research Unit in Pullman, Washington, further increased the test's specificity and ease of use by incorporating monoclonal antibodies.
These tests are the work of veterinary microbiologist Hong Li of the ARS Animal Disease Research Unit and veterinary virologist Tim B.
Goff and Knowles work at the ARS Animal Disease Research Unit in Pullman, Washington.
Knowles works at the ARS Animal Disease Research Unit in Pullman, Washington.