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DAG

Abbreviation for diacylglycerol.
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(2[R] Some contemporary epidemiologists developed new methodological tools for causal inference, like the theory or contra-factual model (4) and representation of causal effects through the Directed Acyclic Graph (DAG).
Two DAGs are constructed, two parameters, ATA and WindShear, are not considered.
Although the structure of DAGs can yield qualitative answers, quantitative determination of bias requires more information.
Currently in literature, common parameters that are being used to track the changes in olive oil include FFA, PV, UV, DAGs, PPP, sensory evaluation, induction time, FAP, total tocopherols and total phenols, and volatiles.
Results on Random DAGs. Our second set of experiments is based on random DAGs (Figure 12).
In this protocol a new routing metric minimized delay based on ContikiMac is designed to overcome delay towards DAG root.
TAGPs = triacylglycerol oligopolymers; oxTAGs = oxidized triacylglycerols; DAGs = diacylglycerols.
Increased ceramide [17], intramyocellular lipids (IMCLs) [18], diacylglycerol (DAG) [19, 20], and long-chain fatty acyl-CoA [21] levels have been negatively correlated with insulin action, depicting the importance of understanding the link between obesity and the lack of insulin response in skeletal muscle.
As mentioned before, after the activation by the PKA phosphorylation, HSL translocates from cytosol to LDs where it is responsible for the hydrolysis of DAGs into MAGs (Figure 3) [20, 41].
This is because the capacities of mitochondrial respiration, membrane potential maintenance, and ROS homeostasis in chronologically "young" cells have specific impacts on many longevity-defining cellular processes and features, including (1) the concentrations of trehalose and glycogen;( 2) the concentrations of neutral lipids and the abundance of LDs; (3) peroxisomal fatty acid oxidation; (4) the concentrations of free fatty acids and DAGs; (5) glycolysis and gluconeogenesis; (6) ethanol metabolism; (7) mitochondrial translation; (8) mitochondrial size and number; (9) mitochondrial network formation and fragmentation; and (10) oxidative stress resistance (as discussed elsewhere [12]).
As presented in [27, 30], two extensive sets of DAGs, real-world application and randomly generated application graphs, are considered as the test beds in the experiments to enhance the comparability of various algorithms.