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Fra

 (frä)
n. Roman Catholic Church
Used as a title for an Italian monk or friar; brother.

[Italian, short for frate, brother, from Latin frāter; see bhrāter- in Indo-European roots.]

FRA

abbr.
Federal Railroad Administration
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Fra

(frɑː)
n
(Ecclesiastical Terms) brother: a title given to an Italian monk or friar
[Italian, short for frate brother (in either natural or religious sense), from Latin frāter brother]
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Fra

(frɑ)

n.
a title of address for an Italian friar or monk.
[1885–90; < Italian, shortened form of frate brother, monk]
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FOSL1 immunohistochemistry clarifies the distinction between desmoplastic fibroblastoma and fibroma of tendon sheath.
Notably, FTY720 treatment increased the liver expression of Jun (Figure 7(d)) at 24 hr and 72 hr and also increased transcript levels of FosL1 (Figure 7(e)) in ischemic muscle at 24 h.
FOSB, another member in FOS gene family, had 2.56 fold changes while other two members, FOSL1 and FOSL2 did not change significantly (1.06 and 1.12 fold change, respectively) [20].