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coenzyme

 [ko-en´zīm]
an organic molecule, usually containing phosphorus and some vitamins, sometimes separable from the enzyme protein; a coenzyme and an apoenzyme must unite in order to function (as a holoenzyme).
coenzyme A a coenzyme essential for carbohydrate and fat metabolism; among its constituents are pantothenic acid and a terminal SH group, which forms linkages with various acids, e.g., acetic acid (acetyl CoA) and fatty acids (acyl CoA); abbreviated CoA.
coenzyme Q any of a group of related quinones occurring in the lipid fraction of mitochondria and serving, along with the cytochromes, as an intermediate in electron transport; they are similar in structure and function to vitamin K1.

CoA

Abbreviation for coenzyme A.

COA

Canadian Orthopaedic Association.

CoA

coenzyme A.

CoA

abbr.
coenzyme A

CoA

abbreviation for coenzyme A.

CoA

Abbreviation for coenzyme A.

CoA

coenzyme A.
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The total cost of attendance is the sum of published tuition and required fees, books and supplies, and the weighted average for room and board and other expenses," by the National Center for Education Statistics.
This typically would include copies of all communications to students and parents (including letters and brochures), annual reports and statistics related to enrollment and financial aid, competitor overlap reports, admissions/enrollment/financial aid planning documents and models, financial aid awarding policies and cost of attendance budgets, and other materials as requested.
The legislation increases the maximum grant size from $7,500 to $10,000 per year, but no scholarship can exceed the cost of attendance.