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AMBP

A gene on chromosome 9q32-q33 that encodes alpha-1-microglobulin/bikunin precursor protein, which is expressed in liver and secreted in plasma. Alpha-1-microglobulin belongs to the superfamily of lipocalin transport proteins and plays a role in regulating inflammation; bikunin belongs to the superfamily of Kunitz-type protease inhibitors and plays a key role in many physiological and pathological processes, by inhibiting trypsin, plasmin and lysosomal granulocytic elastase, as well as calcium oxalate crystallisation.
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During EDC1, teams focused on facilitating interagency collaboration to resolve outstanding issues.
The first cycle of EDC, known as EDC1, was a resounding success, according to Federal Highway Administrator Victor Mendez.
Most of FHWA's initial technical teams, each assigned to one of the selected EDC1 innovations, completed their cycle in December 2012.
A previous article, "Every Day Counts," published in the January/February 2012 issue of PUBLIC ROADS, outlines how the EDC initiative works and discusses in detail the first wave of innovations under EDC1.
EDC1 focused on 15 processes and methods for shortening project delivery, including planning and environmental linkages, programmatic agreements, and design-build contracting, plus specific technologies such as the Safety Edge.
Additionally, the best practice programs include regularly scheduled divisional DCPO training, Damage control GMT, lessons learned and EDC1 equipment spot checks by senior members of the chain of command.
The meetings provided participants with details on the first wave of EDC initiatives, known as EDC1, and encouraged States to use them in their projects.
Today, New Mexico's council is focused on 12 EDC1 innovations and 5 additional initiatives under EDC2.
In addition, the most effective programs include regularly scheduled division DCPO training, damage control GMTs, and EDC1 equipment spot checks by senior members of the chain of command.
Verifying the condition and inventory of this vital equipment is part of the EDC1 MIP 6641/009-A4, 18M-1R on most commands and part of the DC checklist.
This is where EDC1 personnel need to be active in scheduling recharging instead of waiting for someone to tell you when there's 10 minutes available to do the work.
Force revisions have added MIP 5940 to the EDC1 PMS deck.