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Lys

Abbreviation for lysine or lysyl.
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LYS

Abbreviation for:
life-years saved  
lysine
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Lys

Abbreviation for lysine, or its radicals in peptides.
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Lys

abbrev. LYSINE.
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Lys

Abbreviation for lysine.
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Lyss graduated from The University of Arizona with a B.A.in Economics.
5, an increase in surface friction increases the relative frictional effect in both HYSS and LYSSs. At lower coefficient of friction (COF; [mu] = 0.3, 0.6), the relative frictional effect is similar for both HYSS and LYSSs.
Lyss was apparently referring to Teen Challenge, a drug rehabilitation program with a fundamentalist Christian character.
(1.) Oh JY, Bancroft JE, Cunningham MC, Keene WE, Lyss SB, Cieslak PR, et al.
Pressworking specialist Feintool Group (Lyss, Switzerland), whose other metalforming machine-tool brands include Schmid and Hydrel, had machine-tool revenue gain 9% in Swiss francs in the year ended September 30th, and it went from a loss of $0.1-million to a net profit of $1.3-million.
(3.) Branson BM, Handsfield HH, Lampe MA, Janssen RS, Taylor AW, Lyss SB, Clark JE, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Sheryl Lyss, MD, Scientific Education and Professional Development Program Office, CDC.
Diva Morns was founded in 2003 by Lyss Stem who, after having her first child, recognized a need to balance motherhood and nights out.
Lyss); and Oregon Public Health Division, Portland, Oregon, USA (J.Y Oh, J.E.
In this context, several sesquiterpene lactones, including budlein A, are capable to inhibit this transcription factor by the alkylation of the cystein residue in the p65 subunit (Lyss et al.