POLB


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POLB

A gene on chromosome 8p11.2 that encodes DNA polymerase beta, which performs base excision repair required for DNA maintenance, replication, recombination and drug resistance.
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When considering how the four individual drive cycles together represent the real-world data collected at the POLA and POLB, all four of the cycles can be run in a sequence as shown in Figure 15 as the NREL LA/LB Drayage Composite drive cycle.
While the POLA, in conjunction with the POLB, has estimated approximately 17,000 trucks operate in the port, it is specifically focused on "high frequency" trucks making 300 or more annual port trips.
Now they have a "triple bottom line," which is, according to a POLB mug on his desk: "Economic Vitality, Environmental Health, Community Integrity.
Wong explains that the POLB can "negotiate leases and set terms," but cannot pass laws, so the Green Leases ("environmental covenants") take advantage of their landlord status.
POLA and POLB Clean Truck Program--Timeline Implement Date Action June 1, 2008 $35 Cargo Fee assessed June 30, 2008 All drayage trucks registered in the DTR database Aug.
This study was conducted to examine whether the association of APRIL, SPATA8, PDGFRA, and POLB with SLE can be replicated.
A replication study of a previous GWAS suggested that an SNP linked to the POLB gene is associated with SLE.
Within the five years of the CAAP program, which will begin in 2007, the goal is to reduce diesel particulate emissions at the POLA and the POLB by at least 1200 tons per year and N[O.
POLB officials said that August volumes reflect early shipping activity on the behalf of importers this year, with declining volumes coming on the heels of a surge in activity between April and June, as many retailers shipped products earlier than usual--prior to the July 1 contract expiration between the Pacific Maritime Association and the International Long-shore Warehouse Union.
Credit concerns include the authority's high debt burden and debt service schedule which ascends over a long 34-year period, potential changes in the competitive advantages of POLA and POLB (also referred to as the San Pedro ports), and the further loss of revenues due to increased use of trans-loaded containers, containers in which the cargo content is re-packaged before shipment to its final destination.
And POLB total volumes--at 630,292 TEU--were up 16 percent annually.