transporter


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Synonyms for transporter

a person who carries messages or is sent on errands

Synonyms for transporter

a long truck for carrying motor vehicles

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a crane for moving material with dispatch as in loading and unloading ships

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Although, no increase in public transport was approved by the local transport authority, the transporters started fleecing commuters after the recent Rs3.
From 1 October, in order to comply with EU animal transport regulations, type 1 transporter authorisations will not be renewed automatically.
In addition to security and cost, the Transporter also improves storage efficiency.
I was in Granville in Normandy and I saw in the window of an antique shop was a picture of a transporter bridge which the shopkeeper let me have for 25 euros," said the 77-year-old.
It was determined that each transporter would report to the unit manager on their assigned unit.
The Widnes and Runcorn Transporter was completed in 1905.
The Gouaux lab's more detailed view of the dopamine transporter structure better reveals how antidepressants act on the transporters and thus do their work.
The industry's current assays for drug-transporter interactions use chemical inhibitors, which commonly interact with multiple transporters simultaneously and thus generate ambiguous information.
Drug transporter proteins can be embedded in the membranes of physiologically important organs and tissues, such as intestine, kidneys, blood brain barrier and liver.
The eight cell lines in the drug-transporter interactions service include P-glycoprotein (P-gp/MDR1), breast cancer resistant protein (BCRP), organic cation transporters 1& 2 (OCT1 & OCT2), organic anion transporter 3 (OAT3), organic anion transporting polypeptides 1B1 and 1B3 (OATP1B1 & OATP1B3), and multidrug resistance-associated protein 2 (MRP2).
Since then, the Transporter has been through various stages of development, seeing a diesel engine introduced in 1980, and a four-wheeldrive version in 1985.
A new in-plant heavy-load transporter allows molders to move tools weighing from 30 to 300 tons without the limitations of overhead cranes or in-floor rail systems.
Also new is a wireless "InfoKey" controller that serves as an information center, anti-theft system and key to activate the transporter.
As a consequence of transporter inhibition, cells and organisms can therefore become exposed to toxicants normally kept out of their cells.
In one study, participants with the fewest transporter molecules had a tough time recalling simple word lists and were slower in walking a straight line.
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