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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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The three common isoforms of apo E (E2, E3 and E4), differ from each other at amino acid residues 112 and 158.
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We saw normal age-related patterns of memory loss that occurred before age 60, but during this period, we didn't see any significant cognitive differences between the apo [epsilon]4 homozygotes, heterozygotes, and noncarriers," said Dr.
Age 60 seems to be the defining year for many homozygous carriers of the apolipoprotein [epsilon]4 gene--the time when age-related changes in cognition focus more on memory and begin a steeper decline into mild cognitive impairment and, eventually, Alzheimer's disease, according to new unpublished observations from a longitudinal study of apo [epsilon]4 carriers and normal controls.
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