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CTP

Abbreviation for cytidine 5'-triphosphate.

CTP

cytidine triphosphate.

CTP

Abbreviation for:
California Test of Personality
carboxy-terminal peptide
citalopram
citrate transport protein
Community Third Party (Medspeak-UK)
comprehensive treatment plan
conditioned taste preference
CT perfusion
C-terminal peptide
cytidine triphosphate

CTP

Abbreviation for cytidine 5'-triphosphate.

CTP

cytosine triphosphate.

CTP synthetase
see cytidine 5′-triphosphate.
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celebrated the opening of a $100 million manufacturing facility for the production of digital Computer-to-Plate (CTP) pre-sensitized printing plates for the graphic arts industry today at its North American manufacturing and research complex in Greenwood.
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