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POLA1

A gene on chromosome Xp22.1-p21.3 that encodes the catalytic subunit of DNA polymerase that plays a key role in initiating DNA replication.
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In 2009, Balqon delivered 14 Nautilus XE20 electric yard tractors equipped with lead acid batteries to POLA under an agreement between Balqon and the City of Los Angeles.
Historical financial performance at POLA continues to remain quite strong even with the economic effects on maritime trade.
The company oversees a rich portfolio of global brands that include POLA, Orbis, Jurlique, H2O Plus and THREE, among others.
POLA is a wonderful partner for Jurlique and we will watch with interest as the brand continues to go from strength to strength.
To date, POLA has been proactive in protecting its market share through implementation of several intermodal container discount and incentive programs with negligible impact to the overall port's finances.
After the final EIR/EIS is approved by the POLA Board of Harbor Commissioners and the USACE, approval of a long-term commercial agreement must be obtained from the Los Angeles City Council in addition to the receipt of other administrative permits.
POLA members will evaluate extensions to the T2 family as they are released into production.
POLA plug-in power modules, available today in volume production, are based on the PTHxx series with Auto-Track(TM) sequencing, introduced by TI in 2003 (See: http://power.
The first generation of POLA plug-in power modules, available today in volume production, is based on the PTHxx series with Auto-Track(TM) sequencing, introduced by TI in May of 2003 (See: power.
Keywords in this release: DC-DC converters, intermediate bus architecture, IBA, distributed power architecture, DPA, multiple sourcing models, DOSA, POLA, semiconductor, point of loads, POLs, power over Ethernet, PoE, voice over Internet protocol, VoIP, research, information, market, trends, technology, service, forecast
Artesyn's Vice President of Worldwide Marketing, Todd Hendrix, commented, "The launch of our PTH series POLA converters comes barely four months after we entered an alliance with Texas Instruments to develop fully compatible point-of-load products, amply demonstrating how committed we are to the concept.