CA.1ae.4

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CA.1ae.4

A gene on chromosome 17q23 that encodes a carbonic anhydrase, a zinc metalloenzyme that catalyses the reversible hydration of carbon dioxide. Carbonic anhydrases participate in various biological processes, including respiration, calcification, maintaining acid-base balance and bone resorption, as well as producing aqueous humour, cerebrospinal fluid, saliva and gastric acid. Carbonic anhydrase 4 is a glycosylphosphatidyl-inositol-anchored membrane isozyme, expressed on the luminal surfaces of pulmonary (and other) capillaries and proximal renal tubules; it is thought to have a role in hereditary defects in bicarbonate transport.
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In chapter three Vinzent offers an analysis of the theology of CAIV, following the structure of the work as identified in chapter two, noting particularly the frequent parallels to Apollinarian ideas, while also pointing to similarities with Ps.
Equally valuable, on the other hand, is his demonstration of the author's sensitivity to the differences between the theologies of Marcellus and Photinus, and his suggestion of how CAIV may have influenced the former in his letter to Julius to modify his earlier views.
CAIV is another key tool available to help contain costs as previously discussed.
A sampling of comments on the relationship between CAIV and LCC shows a program management community less comfortable with CAIV as a cost control tool.
I think the relationship between LCC and CAIV has been diminished.
I did't see CAIV used in any organized way because hardly anyone on the PM team has enough practical experience.
These KPPs typically represent minimum or threshold performance requirements that are not considered for trade-off during CAIV analyses.
If CAIV is critical within the DoD, then a forceful way to express its importance is to designate TOC limits as a KPP In a February 2003 report (GAO-03-57, pp.
One of the only methods of keeping the TOC goals from being in the trade-space for CAIV or other trade-off analyses is to designate those goals as KPPs.
The reasoning is that neither FAR nor AFFARS has been changed sufficiently to recognize the full impact of CAIV in the source selection process.
The joint Air Force/Navy AMRAAM missile Phase III program, started in 1998, also implemented CAIV.