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THRThe Hollywood Reporter
THRThursday
THRThreonine (Amino Acid)
THRTotal Hip Replacement
THRThrust
THRTarget Heart Rate
THRThe High Road (firearms forum)
THRThyroid Hormone Receptor
THRThruster
THRTransmit Holding Register
THRThrough-Hole Reflow
THRTraining Heart Rate
THRTehran, Iran - Mehrabad (Airport Code)
THRThreshold Requirements
THRThreshold Heart Rate
THRTolerable Hazard Rate
THRTotal Herd Reporting (cattle breeding)
THRTotal Heat of Rejection (condenser capacity, refrigeration)
THRThe Human Resource (various locations)
THRThe House of Representatives (US Congress)
THRTraditional Herbal Registration (UK)
THRThe Homeschooling Revolution (blog)
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The mushrooms were poor in valine, threonine, leucine and methionine (or cysteine).
In both the 3wCon and 3wTau groups, neither threonine nor glycine concentrations in the skeletal muscles were changed by the exercise (Figure 2A and 2C).
The introduction of threonine into the distal heme pocket, despite having only small perturbations in the local structure, had a marked affect on the interaction with ligands.
A total of 450 ducklings were assigned into five groups with six replicates and fed one of five diets varying levels of lysine, total sulfur amino acids (TSAA) and threonine with consistent balance (T1: 0.
According to Fufeng's co-operative agreement with Ajinmoto of Japan in 2010, the Group's threonine products will be distributed through the sales and distribution networks of Ajinmoto starting from 2011.
What the young research has revealed already, however, is that the ability of TD2 to break down threonine is activated only after it enters the insect's gut in the form of a chewed up leaf.
The company said: "Sales volumes of Lysine, Threonine and Tryptophan each decreased.
Scientists observed the smallest increase in individual amino acids in alanine, threonine, glutamine and glycine, while cysteine displayed very minor increases in most locations.
The proteins contain many repeated sequences of the amino acids serine, threonine, glycine, and cysteine.
The report "Feed Amino Acids Market by Livestock (Swine, Cattle, Poultry, Aquatic Animals & Others), by Amino Acid (Tryptophan, Lysine, Methionine, Threonine & Others), by Geography - Global Trends & Forecasts to 2018", defines and segments the global Feed Amino Acids Market with analyses and projection of the global market size in terms of value for the feed amino acids.