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ELN

A gene on chromosome 7q11.23 that encodes elastin, one of the two proteins in elastic fibres. Elastin is rich in hydrophobic amino acids—e.g., glycine and proline—which form mobile hydrophobic regions bounded by crosslinks between lysine residues.

Molecular pathology
ELN deletions and mutations are linked to supravalvular aortic stenosis and autosomal dominant cutis laxa.
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Es este el tono caracteristico de los escritos de la madurez, en contraposicion con ELN. En efecto, la mayoria de los hombres dedican su tiempo casi completamente a tareas practicas, por lo que no cuentan con la oportunidad de este ejercicio demostrativo, que llega a ser considerado en R como innecesario para el obrar moralmente: "La filosofia parecia haberse consumido y hecho todo lo que podia; si hubiera ido mas alla, que como vemos no lo hizo, y nos hubiera dado la etica de principios innegables en una ciencia como las matematicas, demostrable en todas sus partes, aun esto no hubiera sido tan efectivo para el hombre en este estado imperfecto, ni apto para el remedio.
The ELN has also drawn renewed international concern because of its prominent role and significant growth in Venezuela, stemming from its collaboration with the dictatorial Nicolas Maduro regime.
The LabWare 7 platform comprises LIMS, ELN, Laboratory Execution System (LES) and instrument interfacing that work together as a single integrated, configurable enterprise solution that provides all the functionality of these common platforms, combined with required flexibility and the assurance of regulatory data integrity and security, claims John Gabathuler, the firm's industry and environment director.
Primitive LIMS have been on the scene since the 1980s and it is, in fact, the ELN which is a relatively new addition to the laboratory services space.
The ELN, founded by radical Catholic priests has fought more than a dozen government's since it formed in 1964.
Although the Army tries to downplay the ELN, which reportedly has fewer than 2,000 fighters overall, communities in the aforementioned zones see things quite differently, the Semana report explains.
The ELN rectifies this problem by ensuring information is not fragmented (i.e., data residing on different machines and media, not indexed or backed up) and that the data are linked with the experimental rationale, such as: details of how samples were prepared and the conditions under which the experiment was conducted.
Hernandez said at a press conference that leftist National Liberation Army (ELN) rebels had treated her well and told her they would hold her for several days.
The government and the ELN announced in March they would soon begin formal peace talks in Ecuador, after over two years of preliminary negotiations.