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eNOS

(ē'nos),

NOS3

A gene on chromosome 7q36 that encodes endothelial nitric oxide synthase (eNOS), a small molecule implicated in vascular smooth muscle relaxation through a cGMP-mediated signal transduction pathway. eNOS is a critical mediator of cardiovascular homeostasis that regulates the diameter of blood vessels and keeps vascular proliferation and apoptosis in check. It is upregulated by dynamin, porin and soluble guanylyl cyclase, and downregulated by interactions with Hsp90 and Cav-1 in the Golgi and by NOSIP and NOSTRIN at the plasma membrane. NOS3 is also a less preferred gene symbol for what is now designated as NANOS3, see there.
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Fraade, Enosh and His Generation: Pre-Israelite Hero and History in Postbiblical Interpretation (Chico, Calif.
A partir de nuestra experiencia como docentes investigadoras, concebimos el proceso de investigacion como ambito de conflictos entre los actores involucrados, arena de lucha (Ben-Ari & Enosh, 2013) en la que se libra y ejerce el poder, una practica social orientada a fines y, por lo tanto, saturada de opciones eticas y politicas.
As previously mentioned, it was often more acceptable for males to be aggressive toward or retaliate against males (Archer & Haigh, 1997; Hope, 1979; Winstok & Enosh, 2007).
Businesses worldwide are rapidly adopting video as a low cost means to communicate to a broad audience, and we feel that language should not be a barrier to getting the message through, whether it's for videos produced by JibJab, or a video from a Fortune 500 company," said Enosh.
Cain took a wife, had children and from his line came Enosh, the first man to invoke the name of Yahweh.
Mandated arrest and prosecution policies foster the image of the passive battered woman, and the belief that overcoming such passivity necessarily involves leaving the male abuser (Mills, 2003; Peled, Eisikovits, Enosh & Winstok, 2000).
It is important to respect a client's decision to pursue other options, even if that means staying with an abusive partner until she believes she is safe enough to leave (Peled, Eiskovits, Enosh, & Winstok, 2000).
Children's sandwiches and schoolbooks lay scattered in the street around the devastated bus, Yaron Enosh, an Israel Radio reporter said.
Mash'abei enosh veyahasei avoda beyisrael: Ofakim hadashim [Human resources and industrial relations in Israel: New horizons] (pp.
A pioneer in enriching online video, PLYmedia's overlaying technologies -- ProPLY and SubPLY -- will empower European online publishers and advertisers to engage a greater audience and create new online revenues via sponsorship and interactive advertising opportunities," said Ben Enosh, Co-founder of PLYmedia.
Seth did not beget a child until he was 105 years old; Enosh, 90 years; Kenan, 70 years; Mahalalel, 65 years; Jared, 162 years; Enoch, 65 years; Methuselah, 187 years; Lemech, 182 years; Noah, 500 years.
Sirach 49:16: "Shem and Seth and Enosh were honored by people, but above every other created living being was Adam.