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CTP

Abbreviation for cytidine 5'-triphosphate.

CTP

cytidine triphosphate.

CTP

Abbreviation for:
California Test of Personality
carboxy-terminal peptide
citalopram
citrate transport protein
Community Third Party (Medspeak-UK)
comprehensive treatment plan
conditioned taste preference
CT perfusion
C-terminal peptide
cytidine triphosphate

CTP

Abbreviation for cytidine 5'-triphosphate.

CTP

cytosine triphosphate.

CTP synthetase
see cytidine 5′-triphosphate.
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The computer-to-plate process she describes--still permeating the industry--means plates can be burned directly from digital files, bypassing the need for the intermediary step of creating page negatives.
This process is pretty much the same for most publishers, whether they use computer-to-plate or older conventional methods for magazine design.
The adoption of Computer-To-Plate technology eliminates the need for the production of film/color separations during the pre-printing process saving time and money with improved quality.
com Chief Operating Officer Freddie Seba, the inclusion of the latest computer-to-plate technology is very important to the online superstore's strategy of providing small printers with the tools they need to run their business more efficiently and profitably.
The new material will be sold for use with Printware's PlateStream line of computer-to-plate ("CTP") systems.
celebrated the opening of a $100 million manufacturing facility for the production of digital Computer-to-Plate (CTP) pre-sensitized printing plates for the graphic arts industry today at its North American manufacturing and research complex in Greenwood.
Nasdaq: PRTW) announced the installation of a PlateStream(TM) computer-to-plate system at Lason, Inc.
We're proud to have reached such an important milestone in the history of Printware and the computer-to-plate revolution," said Printware President and Chief Executive Officer Daniel A.
PEARL technology is included in leading DI(TM) presses such as the Heidelberg Quickmaster DI and Adast 705C DI series, as well as off-press applications such as Presstek's PEARLhdp(TM) halftone digital proofing system and PEARLsetter(TM) computer-to-plate system.

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