BAIAP3

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BAIAP3

A gene on chromosome 16p13.3 that encodes a G protein-coupled receptor signalling pathway protein of unknown function.
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[14] employed overexpression and deletion to show that BAP2, AGP1, BAP3, and TAT2 could be involved in phenylalanine uptake.
[21] to induce transcription of the amino acid permease genes BAP2, BAP3, and TAT1.
[14] showed that in the strain ssylgapl the overexpression of the BAP3 gene, but not the TAT2 gene (under control of the constitutive TPI1 promoter), caused an increase in the transport of branched-chain amino acids.
BAP3: A manufacturing line similar to BAP2, but each workstation can rework a product just finished if it fails a quality inspection, or a product produced by the workstation can be completely rejected (Table I).
Processing Rejection times rate BAP3 Machine BAP1 BAP2, 3 Quality Final 1 1.0 1.090+logn(0.080, 3 % 2 % 0.21)/0.41 2 1.1 1.080+logn(0.075, 2 % 2 % 0.17)/0.48 3 1.2 1.071+logn(0.068, 2 % 2 % 0.17)/0.58 4 1.3 1.069+logn(0.059, 2 % 2 % 0.17)/0.67 5 1.4 1.058+logn(0.058, 2 % 2 % 0.17)/0.74 4.
[B.sub.i] evaluations estimated estimated allowed (1) Pareto set [T.sub.R] BAP1 35, 30, 25, 656 250 340 55 0.905 25 BAP2 30, 25, 20, 300 000 280 38 0.719 20 BAP3 25, 20, 15, 112 500 520 44 0.620 15 BAP4 15 for all > 1 050 34 5.023 i [10.sup.17] BAP5 15 for all > 400 59 4.043 i [10.sup.17] (1) To obtain estimated Pareto set Similar plots for BAP2, BAP3, BAP4 and BAP5 are shown in Figs.