connectin


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connectin

A protein found on the surface of some cancer cells that binds to cytoskeleton ACTINS and glycoproteins on other cells.
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Tenders are invited for Supply Installation Testing And Commissioning Of 10 Kva Online Ups System in connectin with Construction Of Regional Research Institute Ayurveda Rajiv Nagar Vijayawada.
com)-- Assyst's Knowledge Management Platform, Connectin, has been selected by a leading global developmental financial institution to support the operations of their sustainable transportation and logistics program.
It attracts strong interest with its characteristic protein structure (two insertion sequences, IS1 and IS2) and location (binds to connectin at the N2 line, where proteolysis associated with meat tenderization occurs) (Sorimachi et al.
Merck Serono, a division of Merck KGaA, Darmstadt, Germany, today announced the launch of easypod™ Connectin Europe.
2007) Effects of eccentric exercise on joint stiffness and muscle connectin (titin) isoform in the rat hindlimb.
Sexual touching and connectin g flows out of intimacy-not vice versa.
In partnership with Cosmo's Dog Bakery of Denver, In Clover offers Jumpin' Ginger Healthy joint Biscuits with Connectin -- a patented supplement for joint health in dogs.
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His group finds that some axons have docking sites for both connectin and semaphorin II, two such guidance molecules.
A new roadway -- the North Lantau Expressway -- that will provide a connectin from the new airport to the western end of the Lantau Fixed Crossing.
A user simply dials a special-toll-free number, receives an indication that the connectin has been made, enters the RCA telex number and sends the telex message.
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