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DPP9

A gene on chromosome 19p13.3 that encodes dipeptidyl peptidase 9, a ubiquitously expressed enzyme that cleaves off N-terminal dipeptides. It is highly expressed in the  liver, heart and in muscle.
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Electronic copies of the Environmental Statement may also be obtained from DP9 Limited, 100 Pall Mall, London SW1Y 5NQ free of charge.
Contract notice: Study and realization of 2 optical blocks of the dp9 diagnostic
Dos 137 ACS participantes do estudo, 129 (94,16%) sao do sexo feminino, com idade entre 19 e 62 anos (media 34,79 anos; dp9,96) e 83 (60,58%) informaram uniao conjugal estavel.
During the exhibition, there will be an opportunity for visitors to discuss the proposed plans with the teams at UK & European, as well as with the architects Mountford Pigott, landscape architects Bradley Murphey Design and DP9 planning consultancy.
Arc has been deployed in a number of environments and has served as the basis for many other OAI-PMH projects, including Archon, Kepler, NCSTRL, and DP9. In this article we review the history of OAI-PMH and Arc, as well as some of the lessons learned while developing Arc and related OAI-PMH services.
We will discuss the Archon project for building value-added services to take advantage of rich metadata beyond Dublin Core (DC) (Weibel & Lagoze, 1997); the DP9 service to allow general search engines (Google, Yahoo, etc.) to index OAI-PMH compliant collections; and the recently funded Andrew Mellon Foundation DL Grid project for building a high-performance federated search service.
Archon is a project we launched in response to the problem of how to build rich service based on complicated metadata; DP9 is an effort to make OAI-PMH repositories open to general Web crawlers; and the DL Grid project addresses the scalability problem of a large metadata harvesting system by using DL Grid technology.
DP9 is an open-source gateway service that allows general search engines (for example, Google, Inktomi, etc.) to index OAI-PMH-compliant archives (Liu, Maly, Zubair, & Nelson, 2002).
DP9 solves these problems by defining persistent URLs for all OAI-PMH records and dynamically creating a series of HTML pages according to a crawler's requests.
Tenders are invited for Providing stoplocking arrangements to dp-6, Dp-7, Dp9 and dp-10 of rbhlc.
One of the more interesting services is DP9, a gateway service that allows traditional Web search engines (e.g., Google) to index otherwise hidden information from OAI archives.