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BAG1

A gene on chromosome 9p12 that encodes BCL2-associated athanogene, a protein that binds to BCL2, enhancing BCL2’s anti-apoptotic and representing a link between growth factor receptors and anti-apoptotic mechanisms.

HAP

hydroxyapatite.
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Whereas collagen is highly valued in the industry due to its applications in cosmetic production, interest in HAp has grown for its uses as biomaterial [10, 11], adsorbent [12-14], and as catalytic reaction supporter [15-17].
En 2002 el SCF identifico 15 HAPs como potencialmente genotoxicos y cancerigenos en humanos.
Dyeing and Finishing Operations: new and existing facilities engaged in dyeing operations must limit HAP emissions to no more than 0.
high-efficiency VOC and HAP destruction technologies that are less costly and more resource efficient than thermal oxidation technologies.
According to an EPA source close to the HAPs rulemaking, the agency welcomes input from industry sources.
Summers explained that Guilford requires that its suppliers specifically list which HAPs are included, and the amount of each HAP, in the materials that Guilford buys.
The agency has more flexibility in how to address the HAP emissions from these facilities, and the new air standards could mean anything from increased paperwork, monitoring and reporting, new work practices standards and/or additional control technologies for smaller casting facilities.