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What does SSCN stand for?
SSCN stands for Scottish Stem Cell Network (Edinburgh, Scotland)
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We have 4 other meanings of SSCN in our Acronym Attic
- Sir Syed College of Medical Sciences (Karachi, Pakistan)
- Strategic Supply Chain Management Leadership Program (Purchasing Management Association of Canada; Toronto, Ontario, Canada)
- Satellite RNA of Subterranean Clover Mottle Virus
- Sequenced Synchronized Clock Message Protocol
- Sir Syed College of Medical Sciences for Girls (Karachi, Pakistan)
- Single Stub Circular Microstrip Antenna
- Safe, Sane, and Consensual Network
- Samenwerkende Slotrace Clubs Nederland (Dutch)
- Saskatchewan Surgical Care Network (Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada)
- Schlittenhunde Sportclub Niedersachsen (German dog club)
- Secure Survivable Communications Network
- Smart Sensor Communications Network (US Army)
- Social Security Claim Number
- Società Sportiva Calcio Napoli (Italian sport society)
- Space Station Change Notice
- SPAWAR Systems Center Norfolk
- Sport for Social Change Network
- Survivable Secure Communications Network (AN/USC-28 or AN/USC-38)
- Swiss Stem Cells Network
- Symmetrical Super-Condensed Node
Samples in periodicals archive:
Speaking at a Scottish Stem Cell Network conference in Edinburgh yesterday, Hollander, a Bristol University researcher, told scientists about the work.
Panel Includes Leaders from the Roslin Institute, the Creator of Dolly the Sheep, the Scottish Stem Cell Network, and the Scottish Centre for Genomic Technology and Informatics PHILADELPHIA -- The Science Center, the leading venture ecosystem for life sciences and biotechnology companies, will host a forum, eIuOverview of Scottish Advances in Regenerative Medicine,eIN featuring a presentation on the decision by Roslin Cells to develop and distribute human embryo cells for research.