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Synonyms for pace

footstep

stride

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pace something out

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rate of motion or performance

to go on foot

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the rate of moving (especially walking or running)

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the distance covered by a step

a step in walking or running

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the rate of some repeating event

a unit of length equal to 3 feet

walk with slow or fast paces

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measure (distances) by pacing

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regulate or set the pace of

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Another interesting finding is that furin activity but not its concentration is greater in the acute HF group than in the chronic HF group (30).
Arg-X-Lys/Arg-Arg motif as a signal for precursor cleavage catalyzed by furin within the constitutive secretory pathway.
The proteases corin and furin were shown to cleave proBNP into BNP and NTproBNP.
See also Timothy Austin Furin, "Legally Funding Military Support to Stability, Security, Transition, and Reconstruction Operations," Army Lawyer (October 2008).
To determine which cytosolic determinants in furin might localize the lumenal Kex2p enzymatic domain to the TGN of yeast, a chimeric gene expressing the N-terminal and enzymatic portion of the yeast KEX2 gene was fused to the carboxy-terminal portion of the fur gene (KF).
Upon release into the circulation, it is cleaved by the serine proteinase furin into the biologically active 32-amino acid BNP, which is the C-terminal fragment, and the inactive 76-amino acid N-terminal (NT) proBNP.
3 (2005): 13-20; Terrance Furin, "High-Stakes Testing: Death of Our Democracy?
Treatment benefit is accomplished not only by inhibiting furin, the key cleaving enzyme of anthrax toxin, by inter-alpha inhibitor proteins, but also by fighting the deadly inflammation, a complication similar to that presented in sepsis.
ProBNP appears to be cleaved into the 76 amino acid N-terminal proBNP (NT proBNP, also known by other acronyms including NTBNP and N-BNP) and physiologically active BNP (32 amino acids) by the enzyme furin (12, 13).
Rather than be faced with his imminent demise in Haiti, they recognized that he needed to be released," Furin said.
RUGBY ROVIGO: Sauan, Maura, Martin, Pellegrini (Alessi, 67) Furin, Boarato, Diaz, Ayara, Barion, Boraso (Parra 50), Pavanello, Realo, Sclosa (Bocchini, 46), Franchin (Rik, 59), Socacru (Bisconti, 46) WORCESTER WARRIORS: Delport (Powell, 52), O'Leary, Hinshelwood, Trueman, Roke, Hayes, Cole, McLeod-Henderson, Mason, Vaili, Murphy, Gabey, Lyman, Hall (Van-Niekerk, 53), Sparks (Fortey, 53).
which made a hit with ''Tomei na Ongaku''(Crystalline Music ), uses different kinds of furin and input their tones into computers to produce musical scales he says are ''friendly to the Earth.
A l'oppose et dans le meme temps, nous avons mis au point, dans un village de refugies en Haiti et dans un bidonville peruvien, des strategies therapeutiques basees sur des etudes precises qui permettent de guerir les malades et d'arreter la propagation de la tuberculose multiresistante (Farmer et Kim 1998 ; Farmer, Furin et Shin 2000 ; Farmer, Kim, Mitnick et al.