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Asp (Asx),

Symbol for aspartic acid or its radical forms.

asp

(ăsp)
n.
Any of several venomous snakes, especially the viper Vipera aspis of southern Europe, the cobra Naja haje of Africa and the Middle East, or the horned viper.

ASPA

A gene on chromosome 17p13.3 that encodes aspartoacylase, which catalyses the conversion of N-acetyl_L-aspartic acid–NAA to aspartate and acetate. NAA hydrolysis by aspartoacylase may help maintain white matter. 
Molecular pathology Defects in ASPA cause Canavan disease

ASP

2. Application service provider, see there.

Asp

Abbreviation for aspartic acid or its radical forms.

ASP

Abbreviation for application service provider.

Asp

abbrev. ASPARTIC ACID.
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Essentially, cloud is a disruptive technology and service model that is changing the role of the IT department as we move to "utility computing".
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