Rine


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(rīn)
n.1.See Rind.
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In his comments, Rine emphasized the "most powerful message that can be sent to the Board on behalf of the plastics industry--the tremendous disruption caused by the recent mergers upon the processor community"
"Proteins such as ras are water-loving molecules that have trouble attaching to the greasy cell membrane," Rine explains.
Recently, Dance Magazine followed Boston Ballet's Hannah Bettes and Lawrence Rines through a typical rehearsal day as they juggled a nonstop load of dance.
The dollar's dominance is not always a blessing for the United States' economy, according to Samuel Rines, an American economist with Chilton Capital Management in Houston, Sputnik reported.
The research team headed by Jun Aruga has shown for the first time that a ligase named Rines (RING finger-type E3 ubiquitin ligase) regulates these levels.
The galaxies, now about 55,000 light-years apart, are spiraling toward each other, Rines and his colleagues report in the Aug.
America remains on terror alert but there was no evidence that Rines had intended a terror attack.
American Dr Robert Rines - who has spent 30 years hunting the fabled creature - owns a piece of land which is critical to a new visitor project.
ARS plant geneticist Howard Rines has successfully crossed oats, Avena sativa, and corn, Zea mays, in a quest to develop an oat plant more resistant to a crown rust, Puccinia coronata f.
TEHRAN (FNA)- A RIKEN research team has discovered an enzyme called Rines that regulates MAO-A, a major brain protein controlling emotion and mood.
Norman leaves his loving wife of over 55 years, Rolande (Page) Gamache of Fitchburg; a son, Michael Gamache and his wife Mary Lee of Fitchburg; a daughter, Claire Rines of New Port Richey, FL; two grandsons, Christopher Rines of Niskayuna, NY and Matthew Gamache of Fitchburg; many nieces and nephews.