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LocationBased Services LBS and Real Time Location Systems RTLS Market by Location Indoor and Outdoor, Technology Context Aware, UWB, BT/BLE, Beacons, AGPS, Software, Hardware, Service and Application Area Global Forecast to 2021 Prices from USD $7150

Higher adoption of business intelligence and increasing market competitiveness to play a significant role in augmenting the growth prospects in the locationbased services and realtime location systems...

Global RTLS Market in Healthcare Sector 2017-2021

LONDON, March 6, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- RTLS in the Healthcare Sector The RTLS is technology is used to find, track, manage, and identify the geographical position of a target on a real-time basis. This...

Location Based Services LBS and RealTime Location Systems RTLS Market by Location Indoor Outdoor, Technology contextaware, UWB, BT/BLE, beacons, AGPS, and others, Software, Hardware, Services, and Application Areas Global Forecast to 2020 Prices from U

Location Based Services and RealTime Location Systems market to reach USD 54.95 billion by 2020This study has been done on a global level broadly covering into four regions, namely, Americas, Europe, ...

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Evolution of plant cell wall: Arabinogalactan-proteins from three moss genera show structural differences compared to seed plants.

Arabinogalactan-proteins (AGPs) are important proteoglycans of plant cell walls. They seem to be present in most, if not all seed plants, but their occurrence and structure in bryophytes is widely unk...

Antimicrobial growth promoter use in livestock: a requirement to understand their modes of action to develop effective alternatives.

Antimicrobial agents (AMAs) have been used in agricultural since the 1950s as growth-promoting agents [antimicrobial growth promoters (AGPs)]. They have provided benefits to the agricultural industry ...

Cell wall biochemical alterations during Agrobacterium-mediated expression of hemagglutinin-based influenza virus-like vaccine particles in tobacco.

Influenza virus-like particles (VLPs) have been shown to induce a safe and potent immune response through both humoral and cellular mechanisms. They represent promising novel influenza vaccine. Plant-...

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