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prot(o)-

 
word element [Gr.], first.

proteo-

, prot- Do not confuse this combining form with the prefix proto-.
Protein.

proto-

, prot- Do not confuse this prefix with the combining form proteo-.
The first in a series; the highest in rank.
[G. prōtos, first]

prot-

See proto-.

proteo-

, prot-
Combining forms denoting protein.

proto-

, prot-
Combining forms meaning the first in a series; the highest in rank.
[G. prōtos, first]
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In Funeralcare, sales fell by PS7m in a year aPSected by a low death rate, although eSSciencies meant underlying prots rose by 6% to PS66m.
Will Smith was the original choice to play Prot, and Spacey was to play Powell.
Director Iain Softley toys with our expectations, so we're never sure whether Prot is really an alien, or merely delusional.
Now, if Powell can just figure out why his patient really feels that way, the truth about Prot may emerge.
A PCR fragment of the human ProT [alpha] cDNA X21 containing the coding region with BamH1/EcoR1 flanking sites was subcloned into the pGEX-2T vector (Pharmacia Biotech, Barcelona, Spain).
Numis said it expects the strong pound to continue to impact the rm's prots.
Credit Suisse expects a PS17m underlying pretax prot for TSB.
Prot is one of two top French bankers who were asked by the government to help it probe the problem of capital flight in France.
K-PAX'' concerns a mysterious - well, let's say ``being'' named Prot (Spacey) who lands in a public hospital after he's overheard claiming to be from the planet K-PAX.
Further cloning and sequencing of prot from three of these specimens confirmed one dual infection involving subtypes F and B viruses and identified two infections caused by genetically distinct quasispecies of subtype B variants.
NEW YORK -- BNP Paribas is delighted to announce that Baudouin Prot, Chief Executive Officer of BNP Paribas has been awarded the 'Social & Corporate Responsibility' award by the Foreign Policy Association.