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Glutamine (Gln) is the most abundant naturally occurring, nonessential amino acid in the human body and one of the few amino acids that can directly cross the blood-brain barrier.
2001###In-vitro 1H-MRS.###-Lactate###-Increase in lactate alanine and Gln in terminal stage of ECM.###-Decrease in cerebral blood flow in ECM;
Group E = C[Cl.sub.4] + SLN (100 mg/kg) + GLN (25 mg/kg),
Gln is a critical fuel source for enterocytes and immune cells.
All participants should have a basic knowledge of GLNs, the GLN Registry and GS1.
Cisco's GLN enables McGraw-Hill's courseware to be presented in an engaging environment that provides personal feedback and real-time assessment for more effective learning.
The GTIN is a number code that uniquely identifies a product throughout the global supply chain, while the GLN uniquely defines the location, such as a purchasing department, warehouse or retailer.
Winn-Dixie's Oklahoma stores, meanwhile, have found a buyer in Checotah, Okla.-based GLN Inc., which operates eight Nichols Dollar Saver supermarkets in the state.
In the table in that article, the abbreviation for the newly introduced glutamine should be Gln not Glu.
(TSXV: GOOD) (FSE: 4G5) ("GLN", or the "Company") announces the postponement of its Annual General Meeting ("Meeting"), originally scheduled for August 16, 2019, to an as-yet undetermined date.
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