Synonyms for ccps or Related words with ccps

cmps              bdps              cics              dcps              cfps              bmcs              pcps              cep              ipps              dccs              ipcs              ppes              ptdins              ucps              edps              etms              cna              holoenzymes              phosphotyrosines              tnps              cpps              interactors              dpcs              spcs              npm              phosphoproteins              amyloids              tetramers              scas              tsms              kineses              cpds              masps              ceps              rcps              vnps              clps              mnazymes              ccp              chimeras              cccs              fams              annexini              pentamers              rtes              ptms              ubiquitins              phosphosites              phosphoinositides              conophans             



Examples of "ccps"
6 Guidelines for Auditing Process Safety Management Systems Ccps, Center for Chemical Process Safety (CCPS) - Technology & Engineering - 2011 - 250 pages
Since an enzyme is active only when it is in the CCPS (i.e. it occupies a specific protonation state), it follows that the fraction of enzyme molecules in the CCPS determines how active a population of enzyme molecules are. The fractional population of the CCPS is thus a significant quantity, and the pH-dependence of the fractional population of the CCPS determines the pH-activity profile of the enzyme.
The molecule is made up of 20 complement control protein (CCP) modules (also referred to as Short Consensus Repeats or sushi domains) connected to one another by short linkers (of between three and eight amino acid residues) and arranged in an extended head to tail fashion. Each of the CCP modules consists of around 60 amino acids with four cysteine residues disulfide bonded in a 1-3 2-4 arrangement, and a hydrophobic core built around an almost invariant tryptophan residue. The CCP modules are numbered from 1-20 (from the N-terminus of the protein); CCPs 1-4 and CCPs 19-20 engage with C3b while CCPs 7 and CCPs 19-20 bind to GAGs and sialic acid. To date atomic structures have been determined for CCPs 1-3, CCP 5, CCP 7 (both 402H & 402Y), CCPs 10-11 and CCPs 11-12, CCPs 12-13, CCP 15, CCP 16, CCPs 15-16, CCPs 18-20, and CCPs 19-20. The atomic structure for CCPs 6-8 (402H) bound to the GAG mimic sucrose octasulfate, CCPs 1-4 in complex with C3b and CCPs 19-20 in complex with C3d (that corresponds to the thioster domain of C3b) have also been determined. Although an atomic resolution structure for intact factor H has not yet been determined, low resolution techniques indicate that it may be bent back in solution. Information available to date indicates that CCP modules 1-4 is responsible for the cofactor and decay acceleration activities of factor H, whereas self/non-self discrimination occurs predominantly through GAG binding to CCP modules 7 and/or GAG or sialic acid binding to 19-20.
Critical care paramedic (CCPs) are paired in British Columbia.
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Transactions on SecFinex were cleared by the following CCPs:
Completed CCPs are available to the public and can be found on the FWS website.
The population of a CCPS can be predicted using protein pKa calculations.
The catalytically competent protonation state (CCPS) is the catalytically active protonation state of an enzyme.
CCPs have wide applications in the semiconductor processing industry for thin film deposition (see sputtering, PECVD) and etching.
Located south of Washington, D.C., in Charles County, Maryland, CCPS is one of the fastest growing school systems in Maryland. The mission of CCPS is to provide an opportunity for all school-aged children to receive an academically challenging, quality education that builds character, equips for leadership and prepares for life, in an environment that is safe and conducive to learning.
Critical Care Paramedics (CCPs) are paramedics who generally do not respond to 9-1-1 emergency calls, with the exception of helicopter "scene" calls. Instead they focus on transferring patients from the hospital they are currently in to other hospitals that can provide a higher level of care. CCPs often work in collaboration with registered nurses and respiratory therapists during hospital transfers. This ensures continuity of care. However, when acuity is manageable by a CCP or a registered nurse or respiratory therapist is not available, CCPs will work alone. Providing this care to the patient allows the sending hospital to avoid losing highly trained staff on hospital transfers.
Mundy's Mill High School is a public school in the Clayton County Public Schools (CCPS) system in Jonesboro, Georgia, United States. The school's teams compete as the Tigers.
CCPS is the ninth largest in the state of Maryland. More than 26,500 students are enrolled in the county's public schools.
CCPs often work in fixed and rotary wing aircraft when the weather permits and staff are available, but systems such as the Toronto EMS Critical Care Transport Program work in land ambulances. ORNGE Transport operates both land and aircraft in Ontario. In British Columbia, CCPs work primarily in aircraft with a dedicated Critical Care Transport crew in Trail for long-distance transfers and a regular CCP street crew stationed in South Vancouver that often also performs medevacs, when necessary.
Indices are currently cleared through several CCPs, with ICE Clear Credit (formerly ICE Trust) and ICE Clear Europe, and Chicago Merchantile Exchange (CME) launching in 2009, and LCH.Clearnet in 2012.
The Center for Congressional and Presidential Studies (CCPS) is an integrated teaching, research, and study program of the School of Public Affairs at American University, focusing on the United States Congress and the presidency and the interactions between them.
Coal combustion products (CCPs), also called coal combustion wastes (CCW) or coal combustion residuals (CCR), are categorized in four groups, each based on physical and chemical forms derived from coal combustion methods and emission controls:
The Charles County school system (CCPS) is a public school system run by the Charles County Board of Education and is funded by Charles County, Maryland through the taxpayers.
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is required by the National Wildlife System Refuge Improvement Act of 1997 to create 15-year comprehensive conservation plans (CCPs) for each of its refuges. A CCP,