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katal

 [kat´al]
a unit of measurement proposed to express activities of all catalysts, including enzymes, being that amount of a catalyst that catalyzes a reaction rate of 1 mole of substrate per second. Symbol kat.
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kat

(kat),
Abbreviation for katal.
Farlex Partner Medical Dictionary © Farlex 2012
An amphetamine-like neural stimulant used by Yemenites and East Africans, who chew buds/fresh leaves of Catha edulis; dried leaves can be used but are less potent
Advese effects Psychologic dependence, increased blood pressure, respiratory rate

F11R

A gene on chromosome 1q21.2-q21.3 that encodes a member of the immunoglobulin superfamily, which is a key regulator of tight junction assembly in epithelia. F11R also acts as a receptor for reovirus, a ligand for LFA1 (an integrin involved in leukocyte transmigration) and a platelet receptor.
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kat

Abbreviation for katal.
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In April a Kit Kat trailer containing thousands of pounds worth of chocolate was stolen from the Nestle plant in Scunthorpe.
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just-food: How do Nestle's marketing strategies for Kit Kat (and other chocolate brands) differ to its competitors in Japan?
We have mainly publicised Kit Kat through the utilisation of media public relations, for example, articles in newspapers or TV reports.
just-food: What has been the impact on the shelf price of Kit Kat?
Yuji Takeuchi: We have sometimes modified the sales price in the past, for instance by setting the suggested retail price at [Japanese Yen] JPY126 (US$1.36) for Kit Kat original, but the price is now fixed at JPY105 (US$1.13).
just-food: Has Nestle sold more regular Kit Kat since the launch of the regional flavours?
Yuji Takeuchi: I am sorry, but we can't disclose figures for the total sales of Kit Kat. However, I can share with you the fact that [regarding sales during] the annual Juken examinations campaign between January and March, the sales today for the campaign period are up by 50% compared to 2002, the year before the campaign began.
Yuji Takeuchi: Because I am the Kit Kat brand manager in Japan, I can answer only about Kat Kat.