CoQ


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CoQ

abbr.
coenzyme Q
References in classic literature ?
At the same time through the streets of Grenelle, Saint Honore, and Du Coq, a double stream of people broke the feeble hedge of Swiss guards and came like a whirlwind even to the very legs of Porthos's horse and that of D'Artagnan.
D'Artagnan charged, with a party of musketeers, up the Rue du Coq, and the portion of the mob he assailed disappeared like smoke, dispersing near the Place Saint Germain-l'Auxerrois and taking the direction of the quays.
Third, considering a COQ approach in arts and cultural organizations will provide these organizations with a conduit for considering continuous quality improvement efforts.
The suite from Le Coq d'Or, however, is peerless--vibrant, colorful, alive with musical nuance and detail; I loved every part of it.
Here's the recipe for coq au vin, a dinner party classic.
Our results suggest CoQ may be safely offered to hypertensive patients as an alternative treatment option.
As Le Coq progresses, the conformity is further distorted when the men shed their jackets, ties, shirts and shoes, and throw or kick handfuls of the tons of sand covering the stage.
His firm claims the Cafe Coq is a trademark infringement.
Skillfully revisiting and updating traditional designs, Petit Coq presents an exciting collection of exclusive gifts for newborns.
Walter & Samuels' Berley has been buying retail condos with great restaurants of late, or putting them into spaces he already owns, including Parisian rotisserie Le Coq Rico, which opened its first U.
CoQ levels were quantified by HPLC, and the percentage of mtDNA depletion by quantitative real-time PCR.