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BMP1

A gene on chromosome 8p21.3, which encodes a metalloproteinase that cleaves the C-terminal propeptides of procollagen I, II and III, inducing cartilage and bone formation.

TLD

Tumor lethal dose

TLD

Abbreviation for thermoluminescent dosimeter.
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Minds + Machines provides full technical registry services for top-level domains and related consulting services, working internationally with commercial organizations, cities, not-for-profits and entrepreneurs to secure and operate new top-level domains (new gTLDs).
brand new Top-Level Domain will deliver improved trust, leadership, customer engagement and message recall by providing a direct connection between the customer and the brand experience online.
Once an applicant applies for a particular generic top-level domain string, both the string and the applicant will undergo an initial evaluation.
ICANN (Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers) will early next year begin accepting applications for top-level domains named after cities, companies, brands and entrepreneurial ventures.
TLDH is the only public company focused exclusively on acquiring and operating the new top-level domains authorized by the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN), which has announced its intention to allow any qualified organization or business to create its own web address.
Minds + Machines helps clients navigate the intricate application path at ICANN, and offers a powerful and cost-effective registry hardware and software solution in use by over twenty top-level domains today.
coop TLD to the other top-level domains we service, .
ORG domain, which has come to be associated with noncommercial activities, is the Internet's third largest "generic" or non-country specific top-level domain with more than 4 million domain names registered worldwide.
GNR Limited is the parent company of The Global Name Registry, Limited, which as the only non-US company in the world operates a generic top-level domain (gTLD) registry that offers individuals around the world the opportunity to purchase a web address and email address in the form of their name, ending with the suffix .
GNR Limited is the parent company of The Global Name Registry, Limited, which operates a generic top-level domain (gTLD) registry that offers individuals around the world the opportunity to purchase a web address and email address in the form of their name, ending with the suffix .
Pro domain name eligibility restrictions, in a way that no other top-level domain has done to date.