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coenzyme

 [ko-en´zīm]
an organic molecule, usually containing phosphorus and some vitamins, sometimes separable from the enzyme protein; a coenzyme and an apoenzyme must unite in order to function (as a holoenzyme).
coenzyme A a coenzyme essential for carbohydrate and fat metabolism; among its constituents are pantothenic acid and a terminal SH group, which forms linkages with various acids, e.g., acetic acid (acetyl CoA) and fatty acids (acyl CoA); abbreviated CoA.
coenzyme Q any of a group of related quinones occurring in the lipid fraction of mitochondria and serving, along with the cytochromes, as an intermediate in electron transport; they are similar in structure and function to vitamin K1.

CoA

Abbreviation for coenzyme A.

COA

Canadian Orthopaedic Association.

CoA

coenzyme A.

CoA

abbr.
coenzyme A

CoA

abbreviation for coenzyme A.

CoA

Abbreviation for coenzyme A.

CoA

coenzyme A.
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The measure provides that the COA shall decide any case brought before it within 60 days from the date of its submission for resolution, or shall be counted from the time the last comment necessary to render a proper decision is received, whichever is applicable.
Correct Weighting of Criteria Criterion COA A COA B Most important criterion 1 (2) 1 (2) (weighted times 2) Least important criterion 2 (2) 1 (1) Total 3 (4) 3 (5) Note: The value in parentheses is the weighted total of each criterion.
A majority of COA board members are required to sign a voucher to authenticate and authorize an invoice from a vendor for goods or services.
If any school personnel think that a student is a COA and requires services, he or she should feel comfortable consulting with the PSC.
COA represents a Canadian attempt to create precisely such a mechanism.
Elections to be held at the 88th Annual General Meeting of BCCI have to be in accordance with the recommendations of Justice Lodha committee as accepted vide the judgement," CoA said.
Citing a Supreme Court ruling on a similar petition for review that was filled out of time, the COA panel stressed that the High Court "time and again, has ruled that the right to appeal is neither a natural right nor is it a component of due process.
Silva in a statement said, COA provides a very strong impetus for government to abide by the Magna Carta of Women, particularly on the GAD budget policy.
UK-based provider of facility services ISS UK is to implement an electronic workflow system from COA Solutions to process and manage its employees' expense claims, COA said on Tuesday.
In September, the COA and the Board of Selectmen signed off on purchasing the former American Legion property at 239 Chestnut St.
in November, CoA leaders agreed on the need to develop a historical perspective of the CoA that would document the organization's origins, evolution into its present structure and any memorable moments or events--highlights as well as low points--that would be lost if not recorded.
In a March 13 letter to Canyons president Dianne Van Hook, COA commissioner Joanne Fortunato said the governing body was satisfied with the action taken by the school after the incident.