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LMP

 
left mentoposterior (position of the fetus).

LMP

1. Abbreviation for left mentoposterior position; last menstrual period; latent membrane protein; low molecular weight proteins , under protein.
2. Gene product of Epstein-Barr virus (latent membrane protein).

LMP

left mentoposterior (position of fetus); last menstrual period.

LMP

1 abbreviation for last menstrual period.
2 abbreviation for left mentoposterior fetal position.

PDLIM7

A gene on chromosome 5q35.3 that encodes an adaptor protein thought to have a protein-assembly-scaffoding role, which has a PDZ domain (which binds to actin filaments) and a LIM domain (which functions in protein recognition as required in various contexts—e.g., transcription activation, development and cytoskeletal interaction).

LMP

Last menstrual period, see there.

LMP

Abbrev. for last menstrual period.
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