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ADA

 
American Dental Association; American Diabetes Association; American Dietetics Association.
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ADA

Abbreviation for adenosine deaminase; American Dental Association; Americans with Disabilities Act.
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ADA

abbr.
1. American Dental Association
2. Americans with Disabilities Act
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ADA

A gene on chromosome 20q13.12 that encodes adenosine deaminase, which catalyses the hydrolytic de-amination of adenosine and 2-deoxyadenosine, thereby playing a key role in purine metabolism and in adenosine homeostasis. ADA modulates signalling by extracellular adenosine, indirectly contributing to cellular signalling events. It upregulates T-cell activity by binding DPP4 and promotes lymphocyte-epithelial cell adhesion.
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ADA

1. Adenosine deaminase, see there.
2. American Dental Association.
3. American Diabetes Association.
McGraw-Hill Concise Dictionary of Modern Medicine. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.

ADA

Abbreviation for Americans with Disabilities Act; American Dental Association; American Diabetes Association; American Dialetic Association.
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012

Adenosine deaminase (ADA)

An enzyme that is lacking in a specific type of SCID. Children with an ADA deficiency have low levels of both B and T cells.
Gale Encyclopedia of Medicine. Copyright 2008 The Gale Group, Inc. All rights reserved.

ADA

Abbreviation for American Dental Association.

ADA

Abbreviation for Americans with Disabilities Act.
Medical Dictionary for the Dental Professions © Farlex 2012
References in periodicals archive ?
Aunque ADA1 y ADA2 son exclusivamente citosolicas, la tercera isoforma es considerada una ectoenzima (ecto-ADA) puesto que se ha detectado en la superficie de celulas B, macrofagos y celulas T de sangre periferica (5, 6).
(47), detectaron la actividad de las isoenzimas ADA1 y ADA2 en suero y celulas mononucleares de sangre periferica.
(48), definieron el patron de neopterina y de las isoenzimas de ADA en la cirrosis hepatica, ensayando los niveles sericos de ADA en presencia y ausencia de un inhibidor especifico de ADA1. Los niveles sericos de ADA1, ADA2 y neopterina fueron mayores en los pacientes cirroticos que en los sanos.