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active centre

n
(Biochemistry) biochem the region in an enzyme molecule in which the reactive groups that participate in its action are juxtaposed. Also called: active site
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Wallingford, six miles above Streatley, is a very ancient town, and has been an active centre for the making of English history.
It features active centre and electronic rear locking differentials, which work in conjunction with nthe Terrain Response 2 system to optimise traction on all surfaces.
Discovery SVX is also equipped with active centre and electronic rear locking differentials which work with the specially tuned Terrain Response 2 system to optimise traction on all surfaces.
We have an active state government, active Centre and an active party organisation.
Dubai continues to dominate as an active centre for supertall construction in the world with 18 skycrapers.
The club will offer support from its dedicated Health and Wellbeing team, providing one-to-one support from a personal trainer and the use of the onsite Everton Active Centre as well as a personalised training plan.
The five kids - aged eight to 11 - were abandoned in the Live Active centre in Blairgowrie, Perthshire, after going swimming on Saturday night.
The leading research active centre is one of the largest in the UK, with the diabetic unit seeing and treating a wide range of patients from across the region.
Apart from being a point of contact between civil and military expertise and professionals throughout the region, it would also perform duties as an active centre in response that supports efforts.
Along the way, we've gained new insights into how the molecules bind to the active centre of the CYP2A6 enzyme.
Manufacturers in the Jewellery Quarter have been active for over 250 years and it still remains the largest active centre for jewellery production in Europe, housing over 100 independent specialist jewellery retailers.