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FARSA

A gene on chromosome 19p13.2 that encodes the alpha subunit of  phenylalanyl-tRNA synthetase, a heterotetramer formed by two alpha and two beta units. FARSA is expressed in a regulated tumour-selective, cell cycle stage- and differentiation-dependent fashion.
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Almost none of the significant correlations were observed between ICA and TPC or FRSA of infusions and decoctions.
The antioxidant activity, measured as free radical scavenging ability (FRSA) and as hydrogen peroxide scavenging activity (HPSA), was determined at different intervals during storage, in blanched and unprocessed broccoli florets.
Comparisons were made between women who have and have not undergone unexplained FRSA in order to estimate the relationship between FRSA and adverse pregnancy outcomes.
The DPPH radical has been widely used to measure the FRSA of various natural products and is accepted as a model compound of free radicals originating from lipids (Da Porto et al., 2000).
The gap between Standard Bank and its closest rival, FirstRand (FRA: FRSA), has been in the range of ZAR20bn and ZAR22bn over the last month.
Jaffer Khan, RIBA RAIA, and FRSA, an architect and academician of international repute, since last 25 years.
The Course Leader is Professor Dr Geoffrey Williams, MA(cantab), MA(oxon), MA(econ), PhD, FRSA, FMIM.
fr whe m af FrSa he The One Direction hearthtrob even went out after Monday night's show - and spent hours dancing at Glasgow nightclub Kushion.
Today her team includes Emma Bossons FRSA; Kerry Goodwin, Vicky Lovatt and Nicola Slaney, all world-class ceramic artists who have created and developed hundreds of designs since their arrival, adding impetus to the evolution of design at Moorcroft.
If he has concerns about one of his children, the FRSA will be readily available to be a guide for on-base and community resources," Fields added.
Contents of total phenolics, total flavonoids, total carotenoids, and [beta]-carotene; DPPH FRSA; and AOP were the response variables.