SERPINA2

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SERPINA2

A gene on chromosome 14q32.1 that encodes a member of the serine protease inhibitor (serpin family), which may be a serine protease inhibitor.
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Multivariate analysis of all samples revealed ARGs and plasmids to be the most strongly correlated index subcategories at all sequence similarity thresholds (r = 0.
B] to ARG which in turn binds to a particular transaction of the digital content X.
Pode-se, no entanto, imaginar uma situação em que os ARGs se constituam numa produção independente, desde que descubram como se financiar.
2011) are important sources, among others, leading to the presence of ARG in surface waters.
In general, uncontrolled use of antibiotics and metals is increasing in Chinese agriculture and industry, corresponding to enrichment of ARGs in the manure (Zhu et al.
04C), developed knowledge management and information management measures--the Navy Mission Essential Task Lists (NMETLs) that are used to assess the effectiveness of KM efforts within CSGs and ARGs.
Because ARGs are inherently distributed and built on complex, engaging scenarios, they are an effective and cost efficient way to train for the long duration, large-scale problems that require individuals to respond both collectively and individually.
Limiting antibiotics in animal production is the most direct way to control environmental ARB and ARGs, according to the authors.
Transportation Command (TRANSCOM)) had to come together in a short period of time to support an aircraft carrier, two full ARGs, a hospital ship, a host of other ships that have not been mentioned here, and Naval Expeditionary Combat Command (NECC) forces ashore (primarily SEABEES).
Leading geospatial survey and remote sensing organizations such as ARGS understand Intergraph's long history of customer commitment and innovation in the camera market.
The ARGs could therefore be considered to be emerging environmental "contaminants" as defined by Pruden a al.
ARGs are rapidly spread by horizontal gene transfer among bacteria.