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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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Applicants for new generic top-level domains will have the option of designating their proposed generic top-level domain as "community-based.
The proposal has already been submitted to ICANN (the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers), which requested suggestions for new top-level domains to accommodate the growing demand for domain names.
These services allow top-level domain operators the flexibility to augment their infrastructure by leveraging TLDDNS.
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.
UltraDNS(TM) Corporation, the leading provider of DNS infrastructure for the Top-Level Domain (TLD) community, today announced that it has been selected to provide global DNS services for Hostmaster Ltd.
VeriSign operates the largest top-level domain registries in the world, and this expertise will ensure the smooth and successful introduction of .
Now, for the last time in many years to come, your most desired name is available on a global top-level domain.
Pro domain name eligibility restrictions, in a way that no other top-level domain has done to date.
ORG domain, which has come to be associated with non-commercial activities, is the Internet's third largest "generic" or non-country specific top-level domain (behind .