GYG1

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GYG1

A gene on chromosome 3q24-q25.1 that encodes glycogenin 1, a glycosyltransferase which catalyses the formation of a short glucose polymer from uridine diphosphate (UDP) glucose in an autoglucosylation reaction. This reaction is followed by elongation and branching of the polymer, catalysed by glycogen synthase and branching enzyme, to form glycogen.

Molecular pathology
Defects of GYG1 cause glycogen storage disease type 15.
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FTIR spectra of the PA-F127 copolymer, PVA, pure glipizide, physical mixture, and GN1 were taken in KBr pellets using a Bruker (1-206-0280 with software: OPUS-7.2.139.1294) spectrometer and the values of [lambda] max were reported in [cm.sup.-1] (range: 400-4000).
the expected gn formats are listed on the bpu: gn1 / 2 h52 white, gn1 / 3 h48 white, gn1 / 4 h55 white, gn1 / 6 h45 white, gn1 / 6 h45 black or other color, gn1 / 8 h42 white, gn1 / 8 h42 black or other color, gn1 / 8 h42 yellow, exception board white h36, exception board white h26.
The groups are based on 2016 per capita gross national income (GN1), using the World Bank Atlas method (World Bank 2018).
1988, available at the Centre for Newfoundland Studies, Memorial University Libraries), 32-36; RPA, GN1.3.A,Box 150, despatch 181/32, Middleton to J.H.Thomas, 26 Mar.
Las abreviaturas de las figuras fueron: Ca: Cabeza; A1 y A2: Antena 1 y 2; Gn1 y Gn2: gnatopodo 1 y 2; P3 a P7: pereopodo 3 a 7; Ep3: placa epimeral 3; U1 a U3: uropodo 1 a 3; T: telson.
Salienta-se, tambem, que neste ano foram completados o desenvolvimento e a implantacao do sistema eletronico de submissao de artigos e gerenciamento das publicacoes, gracas ao competente trabalho desenvolvido pela parceira GN1 Sistemas e Publicacoes.
Studies on the properties of cellulose enzyme from Aspergillus niger tereus GN1.Biotechnol.
Green REIT GN1.1, an Irish real estate development trust, said that it had agreed to a 20-year lease agreement with the bank.
For this purpose, two genipin concentrations were selected, namely, GN1 and GN2 (GN2 concentration is double that of GN1), for CS cross-linking.
(20.) Konstantinou GN1, Papadopoulos NG, Tavladaki T, Tsekoura T, Tsilimigaki A, Grattan CE.
Phylogenetic analysis demonstrated that it belonged to the GN1 lineage rather than the SL3 lineage that was circulating in Conakry during the second half of 2015 (Figure 2, panel A).
However, quite a few countries increased their relative share of the global GN1, including the Philippines, Hungary and Serbia.