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lactogen

 [lak´to-jen]
any substance that enhances lactation.
human placental lactogen (HPL) (hPL) a hormone secreted by the placenta, which disappears from the blood immediately after delivery. It has lactogenic, luteotropic, and growth-promoting activity, and inhibits maternal insulin activity during pregnancy.

HPL

Abbreviation for human placental lactogen.

HPL

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hPL

human placental lactogen.

HPL

abbreviation for human placental lactogen.

LGALS1

A gene on chromosome 22q13.1 that encodes a galectin family-type carbohydrate-binding protein, which is implicated in modulating cell-cell and cell-matrix interactions, and may regulate apoptosis, cell proliferation and cell differentiation.

HPL

human placental lactogen.
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The HPL is made from 65% recycled products and is clean and safe.
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HPL has already received a firm intent from one of its major UK customers for production in China.
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The HPL test] is very different from mine because it used brand new material that was put together in the lab," says McNitt.
HPL are currently part of the ECHO's Wish campaign collecting tokens to try and improve the club's facilities.
HPL has already appealed to IOC to resume the ` 300- crore naphtha credit and also sought extra working capital of ` 1,000 crore from lenders.
CRISIL expects HPL to maintain its healthy financial risk profile over the medium-term on the back of its moderate cash accruals and low gearing.
About 40 jobs with Lotus have been transferred to HPL which now plans to move its Hartshill Precision business at Nuneaton to Allesley.
2 July 2010 - Indian credit rating agency CRISIL kept yesterday at A with a "stable" outlook and at P1 the ratings on the bank facilities of local chemical company HPL Additives Ltd.
HPL Jars & Mouldings, in Holt Lane, Nether-ley, has been bought out by rival firm M&H Plastics from Suffolk who warned today that redundancies or closure are both being considered.