lipin


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lipin

(ˈlɪpɪn)
n
(Biology) any compound lipid which contains nitrogen
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Fuqiang Cui, [1] Lipin Shen, [1] Li Li, [1] Huaqing Wang, [1] Fuzhen Wang, [1] Shengli Bi, Jianhua Liu, Guomin Zhang, Feng Wang, Hui Zheng, Xiaojin Sun, Ning Miao, Zundong Yin, Zijian Feng, Xiaofeng Liang, Yu Wang
Lipin, The Duties of Directors and Officers Within the Fuzzy Zone of Insolvency, 19 Am.
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LiPin Chang, On Efficient Wear Leveling for Large Scale Flash Memory Storage Systems.
Irons H Jr, Lipin R: Jejunogastric intussusception following gastroenterostomy and vagotomy .
15) It has been shown that HIF-mediated stimulation of lipin 1 expression causes triglyceride accumulation.
Fu Lipin and Li Gang (2011) argue for cultural diplomacy as the fourth diplomacy, in addition to political, economic and military diplomacy.
Pease LF III, Lipin DI, Tsai DH, Zachariah MR, Lua LH, Tarlov MJ, et al.
Lipin, Corporate Taxpayers' Sore Arm: Throw-out Rule Litigation in State and Local Taxation, 66 TAX LAW.
In the case of Lipin Raj, who lost an eye when it was accidentally punctured by a compass in his childhood, I felt prouder.