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GPER

A gene on chromosome 7p22.3 that encodes a G protein-coupled receptor that binds oestrogen and is widely distributed in neural, breast cancer, placental, heart, ovarian, prostate, hepatic, vascular epithelial and lymphoid tissue. It plays a role in rapid nongenomic signalling events seen after oestrogen stimulation of cells and tissues.
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Recognition of CEP by the specific receptor CEPR in shoots leads to the generation of a shoot-to-root secondary signal CEPD that promotes N-uptake in distant parts of the roots to compensate for local N starvation.
Maintaining Central-Bank Financial Stability under New-Style Central Banking," CEPR Discussion Papers 10741, London.
In the CEPR document, the figures documenting the financial exposure of 'core' countries vis-a-vis peripheral countries are followed by some important remarks that hint at mismanagement of the crisis.
Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University, Bruegel and CEPR.
Las limitaciones de este trabajo se relacionan especificamente con la calidad y fiabilidad de los datos que publica el CEPR en su portal.
Para el CEPR, una fase de recesion corresponde a un crecimiento trimestral negativo durante, al menos, dos trimestres consecutivos.
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Both the CEPR and Pew reports use the most recent data available.
Gallen, member of the Warwick Commission on the Future of the Multilateral Trading System after Doha and co-director of the CEPR Programme in International Trade and Regional Economics.
This is not hypothetical," said Dean Baker, a co-director at CEPR and author of the report.
The CEPR research focused on two key aspects of parental leave policies: "The level of support provided to parents; and the degree to which leave policies promote an egalitarian distribution between mothers and fathers of the time devoted to child care" (Ray, Gornick, & Schmitt, 2008, p.