Synonyms for paep or Related words with paep
Examples of "paep"
Glycodelin also known as progestagen-associated endometrial protein (
) or pregnancy-associated endometrial alpha-2 globulin is a protein that in humans is encoded by the
painted still lifes, usually with fruit and ancillary objects. These works appear to have been influenced by Jan Davidsz. de Heem, who worked in Antwerp close to Mechelen.
(ca. 1628-1630, Mechelen – 1670, Mechelen) was a Flemish painter who specialised in still lifes and in particular fruit still lifes. He was active in Mechelen.
Since its creation, the school requires every applicant to achieve a minimum pass mark at its own academic aptitude test for postgraduate studies ("Prueba de Admisión a Estudios de Posgrado,
"): an instrument designed and maintained by academics of the institute (with some guidance provided by the technical director of The College Board office in Puerto Rico).
A landscape with a red cockerel between two hens, one black and one white, the latter clucking over two chicks; a ruined wall behind and in the distance a mountainous landscape (Royal Collection, dated 1650-1670) has been attributed to de
The name "lipocalin" has been proposed for this protein family, but cytosolic fatty acid binding proteins are also included. The sequences of most members of the family, the core or kernel lipocalins, are characterised by three short conserved stretches of residues, while others, the outlier lipocalin group, share only one or two of these. Proteins known to belong to this family include alpha-1-microglobulin (protein HC); major urinary proteins; alpha-1-acid glycoprotein (orosomucoid); aphrodisin; apolipoprotein D; beta-lactoglobulin; complement component C8 gamma chain; crustacyanin; epididymal-retinoic acid binding protein (E-RABP); insectacyanin; odorant binding protein (OBP); human pregnancy-associated endometrial alpha-2 globulin (
); probasin (PB), a prostatic protein; prostaglandin D synthase; purpurin; Von Ebner's gland protein (VEGP); and lizard epididymal secretory protein IV (LESP IV).
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