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NOD

Nucleotide-binding oligomerization domain proteins.
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Danger: Nodding off for just a second or two at the wheel can kill as easily as drinking a bottle of scotch before driving home, a survey has revealed.
There's the horrible sense, when your eyes spring open at 5am, that you just know that's you awake until you have to get up, coupled with the awful feeling of nodding off at five-to-eight when you have to be at work for nine.
The Rolling In The Deep singer has deposed Coldplay from the top of the charts when it comes to nodding off.
One in five even admitted nodding off during the day.
A LONG-DISTANCE lorry driver from Liverpool has invented a unique early warning system to prevent drivers nodding off at the wheel.
IT seems the jibes that Liberal Democrat Mick Bates has nothing to do during his chairmanship of the Legislation Committee beyond nodding his head to the advice from the lawyer-adviser and prevent himself nodding off to asleep are not quite true.
The 12 who were the sleepiest at the study's start, nodding off after six minutes or less during the initial MSLT naps, improved the most.
44am SLEEP-deprived Britons have a nightmare time nodding off and are then likely to wake up at 3.
You actually have to wonder whether the EClass Estate is just a little too comfortable - to the point where you're in danger of nodding off.
Breakfast TV in bed A FLOCKTON couple have no time for nodding off - after setting up a firm supplying luxury beds with fitted TV screens.
NODDING off during a boring business meeting is nothing unusual - one third of staff in a survey admitted doing it.
However, what it really does is serve as a wake-up for audience members, who by this time are likely nodding off or looking at their watches.