APL

APL is an abbreviation, acronym, or initialism that may refer to:

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STSC - Timeline
1982 - APL*PLUS/PC launched, one of the first versions of APL on the personal computer 1982 - acquired by Continental Telecom Inc. 1992 - name changed to Manugistics 1993 - initial public offering 1995 - the APL product line was sold to LEX2000, Inc ...
Pier Paolo Pandolfi
... seminal in defining the molecular mechanisms and the genetics underlying the pathogenesis of APL, lymphomas, and solid tumors, as well as in modeling these cancers in the mouse ... the function of the fusion oncoproteins of APL, of the genes involved in the chromosomal translocations of APL, as well as of major tumor suppressors such PTEN, PML, and p53 ... The elucidation of the molecular basis underlying APL pathogenesis has led to the development of novel therapeutic strategies that are currently being ...
Cynapsus Therapeutics - Products - APL-130277
... APL-130277 is a reformulation of an approved Parkinson’s drug ... APL-130277 is a novel oral formulation of an approved drug for Parkinson‘s patients designed to deliver significant clinical benefits over the current marketed ... APL-130277 has the potential to address a significant underserved portion of $3 Billion+ Parkinson’s Disease market ...
APL - Other
... for local defense of the Aden Protectorate apl.de.ap, pseudonym of Allan Pineda Lindo, a member of hip hop group The Black Eyed Peas APL, United States Navy hull classification symbol for ...
History Of Union Busting In The United States - Strike Breaking and Union Busting, 1890s-1935 - Anti-union Vigilantes During The First Red Scare
... The American Protective League (APL) was a pro-war organization formed by wealthy Chicago businessmen ... At the height of its power the APL had 250,000 members in 600 cities ... In 1918, documents from the APL showed that ten percent of its efforts (the largest of any category) were focused on disrupting the activities of the IWW ...