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LCT

A gene on chromosome 2q21 that encodes lactase, a glycosyl hydrolase integral to the plasma membrane, which has activity of both phlorizin hydrolase and lactase.
 
Molecular pathology
Defects of LCT cause congenital lactase deficiency.
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LCT 7074 - then known as Clubship Landfall - sails into Collingwood Dock in August, 1972, above.
Other properties of LCT such as sampling and discretization, uncertainty principles, product and convolution theorems, and Hilbert Transform are discussed in detail in [20-23].
Several studies have shown that the use of ascorbic acid (Fetoui et al, 2009, 2010), alpha-tocopherol or vitamin E (Amin and Hashem, 2012) leads to a reduction in oxidative stress at exposure of LCT and restores the activity of enzymatic antioxidant defense systems.
Joe Magnay, of Gateshead, was on the battleship Warspite, bombarding German positions and, whenever a chance presented itself, he was scanning all the small landing craft, looking for LCT 427.
"We backed off the beach and retired three miles offshore, before being ordered to return to Portsmouth in a convoy of LCTs - so we assumed all was going well on shore."
The former head of the Busan Regional Employment and Labor Office's Dongbu branch is facing a charge that he was entertained by POSCO Eamp;C officials at a hostess bar in Busan, March 12, ten days after the LCT accident.
With the potential diagnosis of LCT in mind, we decided to perform an inguinal approach.
A total of five participants withdrew during the data collection period--two from the MCT group (illness and gastrointestinal discomfort) and three from the LCT group (one due to extreme hunger, one unreported, and a third due to light-headedness and inability to concentrate).
Officially known as a Landing Craft Tank, or LCT, it has been salvaged from a half-sunken state and will be painstakingly put back to its wartime condition.
The industry-funded Low Cost Terminal (LCT) was successfully tested this month with an on-orbit Advanced Extremely High Frequency (AEHF) satellite, the company said.
A total six ships APL Columbu, Maersk Hartford, MSC Esthi, Jag Lavanya, Gas Coyssey and Sky Ploeg, carrying Containers, Furnace oil, Chemical and LCT are expected to take berths at QICT, FOTCO, EVTL and LCT respectively on Tuesday.
During the investigation, the local health department discovered that young rams and pregnant ewes in the flock had been used as donor animals for live cell therapy (LCT) at 2 medical facilities in a district 10 km from the farm.