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apo

(ap'ō),
Abbreviation for apoenzyme; apolipoprotein.

apo

(ā′pō)
n. pl. apos Informal
Apolipoprotein.

APO

Abbreviation for:
abductor pollicis obliquus
acute pulmonary oedema
adriamycin, predisone, oncovin
adverse pregnancy outcome
apolipoprotein
apomorphine
autonomous provider organisation
autonomous period of operation

apo

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1. A prefix indicating a protein component in a conjugated molecule–eg, apoferritin, apolipoprotein, see there.
2. Apolipoprotein, see there.
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FHBL is an autosomal codominant disorder that may be caused by mutations in the gene encoding apo B that lead to the formation of truncated apo B species.
The liver membranes possess two high affinity receptors for lipoproteins namely LDL (B/E) receptors and apo E receptors (remnant receptors) of which the number of LDL (B/E) receptors on the cell surface is regulated whereas the apo E receptors are not regulated (16).
A link between low birth weight and adult onset atherosclerosis has been reported in literature, where elevated apo B levels were observed in growth-retarded fetuses [17].
Seven subjects developed MCI or AD during the study; five of these were apo [epsilon]4 homozygotes, one was an apo [epsilon]4 heterozygote, and one was a noncarrier.
Apo Island is influenced by a northerly mainstream current that is present for most of the year (Fig.
By no stretch of the imagination is life luxurious and easy on Apo, but, for the other fishing communities that could no longer eke out even the simplest living, it has become a role model.
This is a great opportunity to be around a program that is unlike any that I've ever been involved with,' Apo said.
Of the 558 women (71%) who lacked the deleterious apo e4 allele, 79 were current smokers; their mean LDL was 134 mg/dL, only modestly higher than the 129 mg/dL in nonsmokers without apo e4.
1995, The enigma of the Apo Kayan: megalithic sculptures and sarcophagi in the Apo Kayan area (study of a journey to the south-east of the Apo Kayan in July-August 1994), IN: Victor T.
The aim of this book is twofold: first, to arrive at a coherent interpretation of Aristotle's account of definition in APo.
The researchers then tested the volunteers' blood for the apo E-IV gene, located on chromosome 19.