MMP1

(redirected from CLG)
Also found in: Acronyms, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.

MMP1

A gene on chromosome 11q22.3 that encodes matrix metalloproteinase 1, which cleaves collagens I, II and III in the helical domain, as well as collagens VII and X. MMP1 interacts and cleaves HIV’s secreted Tat protein, reducing neuronal Tat-mediated neurotoxicity.
References in periodicals archive ?
The colpus length (Clg) for fresh pollen grains of C.
"CLG must strive to become an aspirational brand, develop top leadership and innovate its business model" RAHUL PANDIT
BMP project director A Jabbar A Karim said Bapco was committed to working with CLG and Technip to combine their efforts in an efficient and seamless way.
The CLG was also designed to make learning "fun and insightful" for K-12 students and facilitate communication and collaboration between students, school administrators, teachers, and parents.
Founder and partner Bill Curtis agreed, “Bringing in someone with Fred's vast talents and proven success is a rare opportunity for any firm, and CLG is proud to welcome him to our national trial practice.”
For this reason, CLG is committed to ensuring that any client who comes through our doors wanting to make a refugee claim is provided with as much information and preparation for the hearing as possible, even if we cannot provide full representation for the hearing.
Coe owns 93 per cent of the Complete Leisure Group (CLG) and has agreed to sell the firm to CSM, the sports and entertainment company of which Alan Pascoe, the former hurdler who was vicechairman of London's Olympic bid, is chairman.
Mr Pickles told the Commons CLG committee: "It was unacceptably high.
The Department for Communities and Local Government (CLG) said that house prices rose slightly in October, but recorded a year-on-year drop for the seventh month in a row.
Applications to the Department for Communities and Local Government (CLG) for funding will need to set out how the investment fund will be managed.
Planning expert Ian Dove QC, deputy head of No5 Chambers, said: "The overall mood of the conference in relation to the Localism Bill was that, while it might not be as controversial as some headlines may have suggested to date, there was a clear hunger for more detail," "The CLG vision of devolution of power to local authorities is both exciting and worrying to planning professionals in equal measure, particularly with the desire for input from community groups, some of whom may have motivations which could be at odds with the needs of other community members.
North Tyneside Mayor Linda Arkley has written to the Department for Communities & Local Government (CLG) to plead for support to keep the project alive.