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1. Abbreviation for 5-oxoproline.
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A gene on chromosome 15q24.1 that encodes golgin A6A, a protein which localises to the Golgi apparatus. It is highly expressed in seminiferous tubes and in spermatids.
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Glucagon-like insulinotropic peptide, see there.
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Kirkland & Ellis served as legal counsel to GLP and Eastdil Secured LLC, Citigroup Global Markets Inc.
Leading Logistic Property Owner: GLP's USD43 billion of globally diversified logistic assets were located in China (35%), US (34%), Japan (24%) and Brazil (7%) as of September 2017.
Taken together, these results suggest that GLP inhibited macrophage-secreted inflammatory factors and induced insulin resistance in vitro.
Within 14 years, therefore, GLP moved from an ad hoc concept to legally enforceable code, designed to control and regulate the quality of laboratory-based operations.
Post this transaction, the US would represent 6% of GLP's Net Asset Value.
There is significant confusion about what constitutes "best practices" for applying GLP to medical device studies.
After the inactivation GIP is transformed in GIP 3-42N[H.sub.2] and GLP-1 is transformed in GLP 1 9-36N[H.sub.2] these metabolites are small impotent peptide fragments eliminated by the kidney [2].
here acquired GLP Free Manufacturing, which specializes in producing gluten-free baked goods.
During one billing period from late March to late April this year, Great Lakes Power (GLP) charged Bugyra $394.26 for his actual electrical consumption.
That's the original meaning, but from 2001 on GLP stands for "General Learning Principles."
Why you should care: This gripper-lifter-positioner, which I will call the GLP for short, can lift tires up to 48 in.