AFGP

AcronymDefinition
AFGPAssistance to Firefighters Grant Program (US DHS)
AFGPAntifreeze Glycoproteins
AFGPAssociazione Formazione Giovanni Piamarta (Italian: Giovanni Piamarta Education Association; est. 1992)
AFGPAmerican Fiber Green Products, Inc. (Tampa, FL)
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The results showed the dimeric AFGP to be non-toxic in the same manner the monomeric AFGP tested.
This second generation AFGP is a clear indication of the company's ability to customize this molecule with desired characteristics to adapt to the cell line or tissue being preserved.
The other side of the AFGP molecule has only "water-hating" groups.
Hefner continued, "I encourage everyone to check every detail of the AFGP website, especially 'Corporate News.
AFGP will be able to recycle fiberglass with its patented process and create environmentally superior replacements for steel, concrete and treated wood in the ground and in our water ways.
This family of commercially viable synthetic AFGPs (Anti Freeze Glyco Proteins) has been proven to be stable, non-toxic and highly effective in:
Since the DHS established the AFGP in 2001 (formerly known as the FIRE Act Grant), FETN has helped departments secure nearly $10 million in grant funds.
Since the DHS established the AFGP in 2002 (formerly known as the FIRE Act Grant), FETN has helped departments secure nearly $10 million in grant funds.
AFGP funds may continue to be appropriated in 2005, 2006 and beyond.
AFGPs have thus far not found application in cryopreservation due to their low availability from natural sources, extremely challenging synthesis, indications of cytotoxicity, but more importantly they have a side effect of shaping ice crystals into needle-shapes which pierces cells membranes, killing them.