flavin mononucleotide

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flavin mononucleotide

n. Abbr. FMN
A derivative of riboflavin, C17H21N4O9P, that functions as a coenzyme of various flavoproteins in certain oxidation-reduction reactions in the body.
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The meeting opened with registration and poster set up in the Sundquist Science Complex Atrium E106 and lobby.
dagger]) Present address: Department of Biology, Colorado State University, Room E106, Anatomy/Zoology Building, Fort Collins, Colorado 80523.
uk or writing to R-Weight, ORB research group, Durham University, School of Medicine and Health, Queen's Campus, Wolfson Research Institute - E106, TS17 6BH, including a name, address and postcode.
That's because John cannot get the necessary form E106 which - guess what - was not available until after he retired.
Orgill recommends getting an E121 form if you are a retiree, an E106 form if you are living or working abroad for up to two years, or paying local national insurance contributions if you change your country of residence.
After that the forms E106 and E121 are required to provide health cover in your new country of residence.