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(biochemistry) a class of hemoprotein whose principal biological function is electron transfer (especially in cellular respiration)

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Pooled HLMs (BD UltraPool[TM] HLM 150[R], mixed gender) and human recombinant cDNA-expressed CYP 1A1,1A2, and 2B6 were obtained from Corning[R] Gentest[TM] (Woburn, MA).
There was general agreement among focus group participants that a CYP nurse would need to have an interest in holistic care in order to promote child mental health.
Our data can infer that the transcriptional up-regulation of CYP genes in YS decreases the level of AA content in adipose tissue, and eventually causes AA metabolic difference, which explains partly difference of fatness between the two breeds.
A transition of (A [right arrow] G) at position -290 from transcription site of CYP 3A4 gene, caused by a point mutation in the 5'-flanking region of the gene, has been reported (Rebbeck et al.
The CYP said the measure is aimed at protecting society from sex crimes by putting sexual impulses under control.
Speedier than looms and tufting machines, CYP technology enables manufacturers to make fast changes in patterns, color, texture and density.
When people use MA and/or olive oil, or some food containing MA with Western drugs together, these may cause unwanted food-drug interactions via drug metabolizing CYP enzymes.
With many former England CYP players such as Demi Stokes and Lucy Bronze now playing for the full England team, Laura Wareham, England CYP team manager, said England CYP is a great platform for young female players looking to progress their footballing careers.
This joint commission will provide a core offer of services to provide support and interventions for victims, and where applicable CYP witnessing DA through a coordinated approach.
In a recently completed phase 3 pivotal clinical trial (EMBRACE-AC), tecarfarin was shown to be safe and effective as an OAC in patients with prosthetic heart valves in addition to those with other conditions such as atrial fibrillation or venous thromboembolism, independent of their CYP status.
Coventry Boys teenager Gino Jones was beaten in the final of the CYP championship.
The under-10 side, left, at Dalkeith Miners CYP are collecting Kits For Kids tokens from the Daily Record to get new strips.
The CYP superfamily of genes is conserved across kingdoms, from the bacteria, plants, and fungi to the higher eukaryotes.
The coadministration of Cafergot--a drug for treating migraines--with potent CYP 3A4 inhibitors, such as protease inhibitors and macrolide antibiotics, has been associated with serious and life-threatening cases of peripheral ischemia.