protein factor

pro·tein fac·tor

the numeric factor (6.25) by which the nitrogen content of a protein is multiplied to approximate the amount of protein.
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As a haemophiliac, the youngster from Essex has to inject himself with the clotting protein Factor VIII every 48 hours to ensure he can match up with the rest of the field.
Results: We demonstrated that -202--57 region of the FBX07 promoter is likely to contain sequences that are bound by positive trans protein factors to activate FBX07 expression and GATA2 is the main trans protein factor enhancing FBX07 expression.
Octapharma s ongoing commitment to haemophilia research, combined with its experience in developing and marketing haemophilia and other blood protein factor products, makes them an excellent partner for our human blood coagulation portfolio, GlycoExpress technology and long-lasting technologies.
The protein content was calculated automatically by the Thermo Scientific Eager Xperience software using a default protein factor of 6.
Other subjects covered include non-Ige mediated food allergy to dietary proteins in infants and young children, protein feeding and flock management for improving sheep milk and cheese features, nutritional characteristics of donkey's milk protein factor, and the role of dietary protein in the treatment of central nervous system disorders.
However, for those patients, emerging risk factors such as elevated levels of C-reactive protein, fibrinogen, and the blood clotting protein factor VIIIc were not as strongly associated with great risk of cardiovascular death, researchers found.
LINE delete combines Beta Alistine with MPF-1, a concentrated protein factor from milk whey.
According to Wilkes, better distribution strategies and the protein factor in meat are responsible for this.
Those with the disease are deficient in the blood-clotting protein factor IX.