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ARGArgument
ARGArgentina
ARGArginine
ARGArgent
ARGArgentines (FAO fish species code)
ARGAragonese (ISO 639 language code)
ARGArt & Robotics Group
ARGArgentia (US Navy operated island facility)
ARGArgininemia
ARGAutomotive Replacement Glass
ARGAttributed Relational Graph
ARGAfghanistan Research Group
ARGInternal Combustion Engine Repair Ship
ARGAncestral Recombination Graph (evolutionary science)
ARGAnti-Replicator Gun (gaming; Stargate Atlantis)
ARGAnnuaire de Référencement Gratuit (French: Free Search Engine Optimization Directory)
ARGAmerican Resources Group, Ltd
ARGAngle Recession Glaucoma
ARGApplication Resource Guide
ARGApplied Resources Group (Brookline, Massachusetts)
ARGAccident Review Group
ARGArgentina Gold Peso (national currency since 1875; replaced by Peso Moneda 1899)
ARGAerial Refueling Group
ARGAviation Readiness Group
ARGAnnuaire du Roliste Grenoblois (French: Grenoble Roleplayer Directory; online role-playing)
ARGamphibious ready group (US DoD)
ARGAerolineas Argentinas (ICAO code)
ARGAlternate Reality Game (interactive narrative)
ARGAlternate Reality Gaming
ARGAcademic Resource Guide (various schools)
ARGAmateur Radio Group (various locations)
ARGAir Refueling Group (US DoD)
ARGAir Rescue Group
ARGAnnual Real Growth
ARGAda Rapporteur Group
ARGAccident Response Group
ARGAlcohol Research Group
ARGAquifer Remediation Goal
ARGAmphibious Readiness Group
ARGAteliers de Réalisation Graphique (French: Graphic Design Workshop)
ARGAnime Resource Group (Fanime)
ARGAntigua Recreation Ground
ARGAmerica's Research Group
ARGAmerican Record Guide
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The group did find CD11c microglia and arginase, an enzyme that breaks down arginine, are highly expressed in regions of the brain involved in memory, in the same regions where neurons had died.
For manufacturing cost structure Analysis, the report analyzes Arginine raw material and equipment supplier and price, labor cost and other cost.
Various color change during the reaction initially indicated the reaction of Arginine and cobalt acetate and the formation of cobalt-Arginine complex.
Arginine is a conditionally essential amino acid as it can be obtained from the diet and is synthesised endogenously from the amino acid citrulline and sourced from the breakdown of proteins in the body.
A novel technology for dentin hypersensitivity associating arginine with calcium carbonate was originated by the Ortek Therapeutics Company, a private pharmaceutical company based in Roslyn Heights, N.
Julie Collins, the lead writer of the research, reviews that the volunteers confirmed that fasting blood levels of arginine had increased by 22 % in three weeks.
Little JP, Forbes SC, Candow DG, Cornish SM, Chilibeck PD (2008) Creatine, arginine alpha-ketoglutarate, amino acids, and medium-chain triglycerides and endurance and performance.
Colton CA, Czapiga M, Snell-Callanan J, Chernyshev ON, Vitk MP, Apolioprotein E acts to increase NO production in macrophages by stimulating arginine transport.
SDMA, in contrast, is a competitive inhibitor of cellular arginine transport; increased SDMA levels are associated with renal dysfunction (7).
Angeles Almeida of the University Hospital of Salamanca and colleagues tested nerve cells that make either the arginine or the proline version of p53 to see how the variants acted in the brain.
Arginine is a basic amino acid and serves as an essential precursor for the synthesis of biologically important molecules such as protein, ornithine, proline, polyamines, creatinine, nitric oxide and agmatine (Wu and Morris, 1998).