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E1

Symbol for estrone.

BCHE

A gene on chromosome 3q26.1-2 that encodes butyrylcholinesterase, which has a broad substrate spectrum. It contributes to inactivation of the neurotransmitter acetylcholine and can degrade neurotoxic organophosphate esters.
 
Molecular pathology
Mutant alleles at BCHE are responsible for suxamethonium sensitivity.
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"E-1 is one of the largest cable systems ever launched and will stipulate an exponential business growth in participating countries by providing robust, reliable and low latency connectivity.
The new E-1 subsea cable system will be among the first global consortium cables to land in Qatar, and will help position the country as a major hub for telecommunications connectivity in the GCC and wider region.
E-1 uses the latest 100Gbps technology with a design capacity of over 40 terabits.
The E-1 wasn't known as a frequent consumer of alcohol, and there were no previous signs of alcohol abuse.
The clashes with far-right Jewish elements who wanted to use the Temple Mount to trigger a crisis that would derail the disengagement; the equally ugly responses by some Muslims, who do not want the feet of Jews to "defile" the Haram al-Sharif; the E-1 controversy; and the attempt by Palestinian Authority leadership to move directly to Permanent Status negotiations, including Jerusalem, all are opening shots in this new round of political warfare, which, for now at least, have not been translated into actual fighting, beyond the unrelated deterioration in Gaza.
The iConverter media converters provide copper to dual and single-fiber conversion for 10, 100, 10/100 and Gigabit Ethernet, as well as T-1 and E-1. They also provide multi-mode to single-mode and dual fiber to single fiber conversion for Ethernet, T-1, E-1, OC-3 and OC-12 technologies.--Omnitron Systems
The cord consolidates the essential pieces of industry-standard test equipment into a PC-based T-1 and E-1 solution, and provides out-of-service troubleshooting, such as bit-error-rate testing.