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agene

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(Chemistry) a chemical (nitrogen trichloride) formerly used to bleach flour
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Noun1.agene - a yellow pungent volatile oil (trade name Agene) formerly used for bleaching and aging flourAgene - a yellow pungent volatile oil (trade name Agene) formerly used for bleaching and aging flour
trichloride - any compound containing three chlorine atoms in each molecule
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Agene is a young "Afropean," whose family sends him to Europe as a child to improve his chances of a good education and a better life.
Five FPLD patients were enrolled in this open-label study with two patients having lamin Agene mutations and three patients with unknown causes of the condition.
The rats were randomly divided into the following five groups: normal group ( n = 36), sham group ( n = 36), CIR group ( n = 46), recombinant adenovirus group ( Ad , n = 46), and recombinant adenovirus containing HIF-1 agene group ( AdHIF-1 a, n = 46).
"It's only a one-time thing, and it's a chance to improve my life." --17-year-old Gary Ruot, who was admitted into agene therapy trial to treat his eye disease after circulating a petition to allow patients under 18 into it.
A review of estrogen receptor agene (ESR1) polymorphisms, mood, and cognition.
Objective: To investigate the association of monoamine oxidase Agene polymorphisms with aggression.
From 1993 for seven years, he directed the national project AGENE Research Institute to elucidate the molecular basis behind Werner syndrome, a premature aging genetic disease prevalent in Japan.
Witnesses told Agene France Presse over the weekend that a house used by members of the al-Qaida-linked Shebab militants had been hit in the air raid.
In agreement, a genetic variation in agene coding for a histone methyltransferase (SUV39H2) is protective for diabetic microvascular complications [68].
Association between oestrogen receptor agene polymorphism and mortality in female end-stage renal disease patients.
For example, DM sites were observed for the NAT15 gene, which is agene that has been identified to play an important role in normal chromosomal segregation during anaphase [68].
It can be seen that agene [x.sub.a] can be a regulator for gene [x.sub.b] if and only if (iff) IcE([x.sub.a]) < IcE([x.sub.b]).