PPID

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PPID

A gene on chromosome 4q31.3 that encodes peptidylprolyl cis-trans isomerase D (cyclophilin D), which, as with other PPIs, accelerates protein folding. It catalyses the cis-trans isomerisation of proline-imidic peptide bonds in oligopeptides.
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There were also three others including an adva d nced social worker and a newly qualified staff member employed via an agency, making 25 out of a total of 207 social workers in CYPD were on temporary contracts.
We recently launched the fifth flavour variety in the Mullerlight Greek Style range with Sublime Strawberry and have lots of exciting plans across our whole range to capitalise on the growth potential we have identified across the CYPD category.
The top CYPD brands had delivered [pounds sterling]59.
Amidst this, the CYPD category has continued to flourish and grow steadily year on year.
As market leader accounting for over a quarter of the CYPD sales *, Muller Dairy is continually seeking to develop the category.
Strong performances from major brands--The collective incremental growth from the top 10 CYPD brands amounts to [pounds sterling]59.
Creative and innovative marketing--Price deals, multi-buys and deep-cut price offers continue to dominate the category, accounting for 58% of CYPD sales.
In order to identify the biggest growth opportunities, Muller Dairy has invested in extensive consumer research to understand the different types of consumers who eat CYPD products, why they eat them and when they consume them.
This has delivered a very clear understanding of how CYPD products meet different audiences' needs which will enable us to unleash the full potential of the category.
One of the biggest factors suppressing value growth in the CYPD category is the disproportionate amount of fixture space being given to own label and tertiary lines and the diminishing allocation for the major brands which are driving the category performance.
There are a number of challenges facing the CYPD category, but there is plenty of opportunity for growth and the outlook is positive.
Muller this week published its 2010 chilled yoghurts and potted desserts category (CYPD) report outlining the potential for a tenfold increase in CYPD sales in c-stores, which only account for a [pounds sterling]158m slice or 7.