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Glu

Abbreviation for glutamic acid or its acyl radical, glutamyl.

Glu

Abbreviation for glutamic acid or its acyl radical, glutamyl

Glu

abbrev. GLUTAMIC ACID.
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Glu Mobile shares were plunging 41.36% to $4.40 at the time of publication Friday.
In the animal study, we measured the CEST signals of the renal medulla at each time (0, 10, 20, and 30 min) in both Glu plus low-Nic and high-Nic injection groups, and all data were measured at 3.0 ppm as the GluCEST signal.
Regarding glutamates in the prefrontal cortex, our study was consistent with most of the results from previous studies that there was no change in the left dorsolateral prefrontal cortex and an increase of Glu concentration in the ventromedial prefrontal cortex.
Advances in biological psychiatry have moved GLU to the forefront of the neurobiology and pathophysiology of the most serious psychiatric disorders.
Figure 2 shows that the viability of cells treated with GLU + MGO was significantly decreased with increasing culture time (70%, 50%, and 45% at 24, 48, and 72 h, resp.).
At anthesis and post-anthesis stages, genotype GLU 1356 showed highest NR activity at all four N doses.
The upper plasma (Approximately 100 microliter) party was transferred into another empty tube with a pipette and stored at +4[degrees]C for NOx and GLU analysis.
However, there was no significant difference between treatment with Gln, Glu and Gln+Glu in terms of the rates of maturation and fertilization.
Changes of the GLU activity across time were analysed by Friedman's analysis of variance (ANOVA) and Kendall's concordance.
Glu is excreted by many bacteria in response to different stress conditions, and is particularly influenced by the concentration of C and N in the medium.
Glu said that it would probably use the fresh capital mainly to speed up the development of its global social gaming community.
While the themes of the GLU kits cover various aspects of literacy--including language acquisition, reading, art, and mathematical skills--all of the kits are also designed to meet the needs of young military children.