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GALGet A Life
GALGay and Lesbian
GALgalactose
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GALGrow and Learn (algorithm)
GALGuild of American Luthiers
GALGesellschaft für Angewandte Linguistik (German: Association for Applied Linguistics)
GALGeneric Array Logic
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GALGate Array Logic
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GALGalena, AK, USA (Airport Code)
GaLGallium Arsenide Laser
GALGuaranteed Access Level
GALGradient Adaptive Lattice
GALGuggenheim Aeronautical Laboratory
GALGas Analysis Laboratory
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GalGalindian (linguistics)
GALGuinea Airways, Ltd.
GALGroupe Antiterroristes de Libération (French: Anti-Terrorist Liberation Group)
GALGathering Arm Loader (mining)
GALGraphics Adapter Language
GALGimbal Angle Loss
GALGlobal Access Library
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The key is the strain's ability to ferment cellobiose and galactose simultaneously, which makes the process much more efficient," he said.
3) demonstrated that older children with DG on a regular diet had typical concentrations of RBC galactose 1-phosphate, the galactose metabolite that is most often used to monitor the metabolic status of patients with galactosemia.
Within pectin, arabinose is found in arabinans and in specific ratios with galactose in arabinogalactans purified from soybean cotyledon meal (Morita, 1965a,b; Aspinall and Cottrell, 1971).
Their RBC galactose 1-phosphate (Gal-1-P) concentrations were within the reference interval; however, this study lacked clinical/neurodevelopmental information and data on dietary galactose intake.
This system is not specific for glucose and may give false elevated glucose values in the presence of maltose, xylose or galactose (Accu-Check Active test strips package insert).
Pectin concentration was estimated as the sum of galactose, arabinose, rhamnose, fucose, and uronic acids.
Neither untreated pectin nor galactose alone has proved antimetastatic.
The FDA is concerned about unsubstantiated claims that the formulas are useful in managing severe food allergies, sensitivity to intact protein, and galactosemia (the inability to digest galactose, a sugar found in milk).
yogurt and cottage cheese--more often than control women and had lower concentration of a key enzyme that converts galactose to glucose," says Dr.
The next most common cause of preventable mental retardation is galactosemia, which simply means galactose in the blood.
It is composed of many numerators of galactose, arabinose, galacturonic acid, rhamnose, mycose, lylose and glucose etc.
Figs are a rich source of simple sugars including glucose, fructose and galactose.