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

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The experts then, using pharmacological and genetic approaches, removed or inhibited the CYP monooxygenase enzymes in mice with colon cancer and found that tumour growth was suppressed.
Moreover, the report assesses contraceptive performance in the country by province, contraceptive methods used, and outlets of contraceptive products using the CYP indicator for public and private sectors.
This means these canoes cannot be accounted for by relay diffusion from Trans-Fly Papua, and it is likely the other way around, while the single outriggers of fully Oceanic type of southeast CYP indicate direct Oceanic contacts independent of whatever occurred in TS.
The majority of D-rated interactions are caused by CYP inhibition or induction that could potentially lead to altered antipsychotic levels.
Although it has been suggested that dexamethasone induced P-gp and CYP 3A enzymes, Yumoto et al.
Sensitivity analyses were conducted regarding the value of the ICER of CYP and of FP visits for mobile clinics compared to static clinics.
Also, they elucidated much of the downstream signaling pathways, which include CYP enzymes, EETs, [omega]-HETEs, PPARs, and [K.sub.ATP] channels.
Genetic polymorphism is common with CYP 2C19 and CYP 2D6 isoenzymes.
CMG revealed that the CYP treatment induced overactive bladder in rats that was reversed by phloroglucinol.
Study design: The inhibitory effects of MA on the activities of CYPs were investigated using cocktail probe substrates in pooled HLMs and on human recombinant cDNA-expressed CYP isoforms.
The present study was aimed to evaluate the effects of acute dose of Cypermethrin (CYP) an extensively use synthetic pyrethroid on hematology and morphology of the liver gills and brain of Mahseer (Tor putitora).
The England Clubs for Young People (CYP) team is taking part in the International Rose Bowl Four Nation Tournament in T Northern Ireland.
The Financial Mirror This Week: 10 Years Ago Labour crisis over pay hikes, golf craze arrives 2004 pay hikes: CYP vs euro: Golf craze: Surge in Q3 GDP: PPS highest: Stock Market: Yukos boss: Financial Mirror Trade unions and employer organisations are headed for a new clash in 2004 with both sides disagreeing on the benchmark for pay hikes, as the CYP continued its steady retreat against the euro and the arrival of golf courses was the new talk of the town, according to the , issue 547, December 24, 2003.
These orally administered chemotherapeutic agents prescribed in the treatment of numerous cancers are metabolized by hepatic cytochrome P450 enzymes (CYP).
DALKEITH CYP Under-21s bowed out of the Trans World Soccer Scottish Youth FA Cup after going down 4-3 at home to Pollok United.