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BMP1

A gene on chromosome 8p21.3, which encodes a metalloproteinase that cleaves the C-terminal propeptides of procollagen I, II and III, inducing cartilage and bone formation.

TLD

Tumor lethal dose

TLD

Abbreviation for thermoluminescent dosimeter.
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Similar protections apply during a new TLD's sunrise period -- the prelaunch phase of a TLD during which owners of trademarks may register their marks as second-level domains.
276 note) to officially change the name of the group to the TLD.
House and the European Parliament has occurred regularly for some 36 years, some observers believe the TLD remains little known or understood both within and outside the House, although this may be changing.
Mr Fulconis left TLD in 1997, only to return as President and CEO in October 2001.
inability on the part of the TLD to attract and maintain a broad group
They include: enhancing the TLD, boosting committee-to-committee exchanges, establishing a fellowship exchange between staffers, and establishing a congressional liaison office in Brussels.