FOLH1

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FOLH1

A gene on chromosome 11p11.2 that encodes folate hydrolase 1, which has both folate hydrolase (FH) and N-acetylated-alpha-linked-acidic dipeptidase (NAALADase) activity. It acts as an FH in the intestine and is required for the uptake of folate; in the brain, it modulates excitatory neurotransmission by hydrolysing the neuropeptide N-aceylaspartylglutamate (NAAG), releasing glutamate. It is highly expressed in the prostate.
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In some situations, especially in mixtures with a higher dosage of FGCP, the values for specimens cured in an autoclave were lower than those cured in the laboratory.
Energy consumption related to its production was partially reduced by incorporation of FGCP, which was applied as CAC replacement.
(3) The dosage of ceramic fibers, along with the total amount of FGCP, significantly affected the workability of the fresh mixture.
(4) In terms of mechanical, especially residual, properties, the combination of 4.0% and 15% of FGCP resulted in optimal values.
Because the LFGCP has combined the advantage of the GCP and the FGCP, it's hard to find the improvement opportunity from MBLGCP.