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Tyr

Symbol for tyrosine and tyrosyl.

TYR

A gene on chromosome 11q14-q21 that encodes tyrosinase, a copper-containing oxidase involved in pigment (e.g., melanin) formation and metabolism of other polyphenolic compounds. Tyrosinase catalyses the rate-limiting conversions of tyrosine to DOPA, DOPA to DOPA-quinone.

Molecular pathology
TYR mutations cause oculocutaneous albinism types 1A and 1B.

Tyr

Abbreviation for tyrosine and its radicals.

Tyr

abbrev. TYROSINE.

TYR

Abbreviation for tyramine.

Tyr

Abbreviation for tyrosine.
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TIW is being acquired on a debt-free, cash-free basis and Dril-Quip intends to fund the consideration with cash on hand.
Well let me tell you, Tiw equated with Mars, the Roman god of battle and had you or anyone else tried to steal his 'Mars-bar' while behind the bicycle shed or elsewhere, it would have been Tiw who would have 'seen red'.
Offshore drilling company Dril-Quip (NYSE:DRQ) revealed on Monday the execution of an agreement to acquire TIW Corporation for a purchase price of about USD143m on a debt-free, cash-free basis, subject to closing adjustments.
Given the fact that the Hb level was already falling, the Epoetin alfa dose was proactively increased by 25% (to 9,000 Units TIW) the week before she was admitted, and this dose and the importance of continuity of anemia care were communicated to the admitting physician.
Other causes of hyporesponse to Epoetin alfa were ruled out, and the dose was increased to 100 Units/kg TIW (19,500 Units/week) resulting in a gradual increase in Hb to 10.6 g/dL over 5 weeks.
All four of the UK's existing operators Vodafone AirTouch, BT, Orange and One2One secured licences, along with Canadian company TIW - later acquired by a consortium of Hong Kong's Hutchison Whampoa, Holland's KPN Royal Dutch Telecom and Japan's NTT DoCoMo.
In the phase 3 trial conducted by Eschbach, Abdulhadi, & Browne (1989), the median Epoetin alfa dose required to maintain a Hct level of 35% [+ or -] 3% in hemodialysis patients was 75 Units/kg of body weight three times a week (TIW).
Canadian group TIW, with backing from Hutchison, paid pounds 4.4 billion for the licence in April, in an auction which saw the Government reap a windfall of pounds 22.5 billion.
Epoetin alfa therapy was initiated at a dose of 5,000 Units (69 Units/kg) three times a week (TIW) to achieve a targeted Hb level in the NKF-K/DOQI range of 11 to 12 g/dL.
They will be joined by Canadian company TIW, which secured the best licence on offer which had been reserved for a market newcomer.
Although clinical studies have shown that most patients can maintain Hb levels between 11 and 12 g/dL with an Epoetin alfa (EPOGEN[R]) dose of 50 to 100 Units/kg (median of 75 Units/kg) administered three times a week (TIW), the presence of factors that negatively affect red blood cell production may jeopardize clinical efforts to maintain targeted levels (EPOGEN[R] Package Insert, 1999).