CILP

AcronymDefinition
CILPCurrent Index to Legal Periodicals
CILPCurrent Issues in Language Planning (journal)
CILPCartilage Intermediate Layer Protein (biochemistry)
CILPCentre for Innovation Law and Policy (University of Toronto; Canada)
CILPCivilian Inmate Labor Program (US Army)
CILPConvention on International Law and Politics
CILPCenter for Information Law and Privacy (University of California, Davis)
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Tambien se sugiere, a raiz de estos resultados, que las metodologias de acceso para esquemas de desagregacion de red y de acceso a los servicios de interconexion de los operadores dominantes esten basadas en una metodologia CILP.
10) Se asume que desagregacion de red, autonomia del organo regulador y calculos con base en CILP son exogenas.
In these tests, normal CILP slowed the activity of another protein, called TGF-[beta]1, that normally regenerates cartilage matrix tissue, the team reports.
A search for drugs inhibiting the binding of CILP to TGF-[beta]1 will be a key to develop this treatment," says Junya Toguchida of Kyoto University in Japan.
A joint team of the government-affiliated Riken Laboratory for Bone and Joint Diseases and Toyama Medical and Pharmaceutical University compared CILP genes in 467 patients with lumbar disc disease with a control group of 654 healthy people.
The researchers found that those with a genetic variation of CILP were 1.