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cuprum

(ˈkjuːprəm)
n
(Elements & Compounds) an obsolete name for copper1
[Latin: copper1]
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The CP gene encodes ceruloplasmin, a metalloprotein which binds up to 95% of the blood cuprum. Copper along with other microelements is important in protecting against pathogenic microorganisms, (24) which underlies the antibacterial function of ceruloplasmin.
Customer service workers at the Cuprum branch of Teleperformance in Glasgow say their comfort breaks are being timed by management to improve performance.
In the past decade, researchers have found that homeopathic dilutions, beyond Avogadro's number, of gold (Aurum metallicum), copper (Cuprum metallicum), and the plant Gelsemium contain nanoparticles of the original materials.
This milk has 47% more vitamin A compared to cow milk, four times more cuprum and 134% more potassium.
Compounds Contents ([??]) Kalium (K) 77.16 Natrium (Na) 21.29 Calcium (Ca) 5.82 Magnesium (Mg) 16.75 Ferrum (Fe) 0.67 Zinc (Zn) 0.62 Selenium (Se) ND (2) Manganese (Mn) 0.06 Chromium (Cr) 0.10 (mg/kg) Cuprum (Cu) 6.63 Lead (Pb) ND (3) Mercury (Hg) ND (4) Arsenic (As) ND (5) Cadmium (Cd) ND (1) Guanylic acid (GMP) 70000 Uridylic acid (UMP) 460.2 Adenylic acid (AMP) 1142.1 AC: A.
(2)) KGHM Cuprum Ltd Research and Development Centre, Sikorskiego 2-8, 53-659 Wroclaw, Poland