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Related to tropin: troponin, atropin


 (trō′pēn′, -pĭn) also tro·pin (-pĭn)
A white, crystalline, poisonous alkaloid, C8H15NO, obtained chiefly by hydrolysis of atropine.

[From atropine.]
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a hormone released in the body by a certain gland and which produces a response in other glands, stimulating the release of other hormones
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"When you go into a bankruptcy, you're living in a fish bowl and every transaction will be looked at and examined," said Corali Lopez-Castro, Managing Partner at law firm Kozyak Tropin & Throckmorton.
Iermakov, S., Podrigalo, L., Romanenko, V., Tropin, Y., Boychenko, N., Rovnaya, O., Kamaev, O., 2016, Psycho-physiological features of sportsmen in impact and throwing martial arts, Journal of Physical Education and Sport; 16(2):433 - 441, doi:10.7752/jpes.2016.02067
The cautionary message was issued after the health authority ordered the removal of Magic Chocolate, Pena Tropin Capsules and VM Plus Capsules from the market.
On Jan 6, the Supreme Court had directed to impose a ban on RBST (Synthetic Recombinant Bovine Somato Tropin) hormone which is frequently used for increasing the production of milk but it causes early puberty in young girls and breast cancer.
The DRAP chief also stated that registration of RBST hormones (Recombinant Bovine Somato Tropin), administered to dairy animals for enhancing milk production, was cancelled in 2015, however; the decision was not implemented due to the stay order issued by Sindh High Court.
Equine chorionic gonado tropin and gonadotropin-releasing hormone enhance fertility in a norgestomet-based, timed artificial insemination protocol in suckled Nelore (Bos indicus) cows.
[7.] Bogatyirev N.I., Grigorash O.V., Kurzin N.N., Strelkov Yu.I., Telnov G.V., Tropin V.V.
In addition to the refunds, the company agreed to pay as much as $3.5 million in attorneys' fees and costs to Kozyak Tropin & Throckmorton LLP of Florida and three other law firms, lawyers said.
Lopes Salovey, CA'tACopyright and Beers (2005) found that openness to experience is positively related with affective management (a component of emotional intelligence) and Tropin (2005) found highly positive correlation with management and regulation of emotions.
Moskowitz, of Kozyak Tropin & Throckmorton in Miami, co-counsel in the main J.P.
Concanavalin-A, lentil, and ricin lectin affinity binding characteristics of human thyrotropin: differences in the sialylation of thyro tropin in sera of euthyroid, primary, and central hypothyroid patients.
Finer and Terry Tropin for assisting in the questionnaire design; Jennifer Swedish for providing research assistance; and Cory L.