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P2RY4

A gene on chromosome Xq13 that encodes a subfamily of G protein-coupled receptors, which acts as a receptor for uridine and partially for ATP. It is not responsive to ADP.
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Its survey found that, while 42% were aware of P2P lending, 60% of that group were unaware that P2P was not protected under the FSCS.
A recent survey by P2P lender rebuildingsociety found that savers are much more likely to place their cash into the fledgling industry when it comes under stronger regulation next year.
One reason for the urgency is that rumors are swirling that nonbanks, including PayPal and Apple, which sits on billions in cash and has its massive iTunes user network in place, are about to pounce on P2P.
The FTC has opened non-public investigations of other companies whose customer or employee information has been exposed on P2P networks.
If you are a brand manager or agency that uses musical artists or celebrities in marketing, or a Media Company trying to capture more of your audience online, P2P search is the most effective means to engage and connect with your target through the billions of impressions that occur in P2P," explains Joey P.
On the other hand, until the P2P revolution, accessing most popular (especially non-U.
P2P operators, Berman said, ``may try to come to Congress to get us to overturn copyright law or smash a loophole in it so large you could drive a truck full of pirated CDs.
Most P2P programs clearly show what files are being shared, but it's a hassle to constantly monitor the program.
Digital technologies are blurring the boundaries and renewing interest in the P2P space
Public data shows that since 2013, the P2P loan platform in China has grown rapidly.
P2P lending firms act as middle men who match up lenders and borrowers.
checks could be trumped as a P2P payment form as well, allowing Americans to catch up with dwindling check usage trends reported in Australia and the U.