Amp.

English translation: extension/additional program

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Spanish term or phrase:Amp.
English translation:extension/additional program
Entered by: Robert Dunn

03:00 Nov 24, 2013
Spanish to English translations [PRO]
Medical - Medical (general) / Amp.
Spanish term or phrase: Amp.
Hi everyone,

I am having great difficulty figuring out the meaning of this medical abbreviation. It does not mean "amperas", and it comes from a molecular biology certificate from Uruguay.



Context (names are fake to preserve confidentiality):

Prof. Dra. Sandy Gomez

Subprogramas, Amp. Bioquímica Hematolögica - Amp. Hormonas



Does anybody have any idea what "amp" here means?

Thank you



Robert
Robert Dunn
Panama
Local time: 22:03
extension/additional program
Explanation:
Please see this reference:

http://www.ceccuruguay.edu.uy/WebPublica/ComoParticipar.aspx

HTH!
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Jorge Merino
Paraguay
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extension/additional program


Explanation:
Please see this reference:

http://www.ceccuruguay.edu.uy/WebPublica/ComoParticipar.aspx

HTH!

Jorge Merino
Paraguay
Native speaker of: Native in SpanishSpanish
PRO pts in category: 4

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agree  philgoddard: Yes, it's often a good idea to look at the syllabus.
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  -> Thanks Phil! Long time no see...
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