Definitions for "ALG"
see Anti-thymocyte globulin
Anti-Lymphocyte Globulin (the European variant on "ATG")
Antilymphocyte or antithymocyte globulins (ALG or ATG) are purified horse or rabbit serums that suppress the immune system in order to allow the bone marrow to recover. The serums are produced by injecting the animals with white blood cells called lymphocytes. The animals then produce antibodies which are collected and purified to produce the globulin.
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Association of Local Government (a national body of which Tameside MBC is a part).
A component that provides sophisticated VoIP-specific firewall capabilities. ALGs look at payload information used for call control by SIP or H.323. ALG provides stateful filtering for VoIP networks.
A class of plants including the ordinary seaweeds and the filamentous fresh-water weeds.
A collection of residual values for new fleet vehicles created by experts in the automobile industry.
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