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VALValue
ValValerie
VALValley
VALValid
VALValidation
VALValve
VALValidate
VALValine (Amino Acid)
VALValedictorian
VALVatican City Lira (defunct currency; ISO designation)
VALValidity Checks (File Name Extension)
VALValue Added Logistics (supply chain)
VALVéhicule Automatique Léger (French driverless metro system)
VALVoluntary Agency Liaison
VALVoice Application Language
VALValidation Facility
VALVoluntary Action Leicester (England, UK)
VALValue-Oriented Algorithmic Language
VALVisit Authorization Letter
VALAttack Squadron, Light
VALVisiting Aircraft Line (US Marine Corps)
VALVertical Alarm Limit
VALVideo Associates Labs, Inc. (Austin, TX)
VALVariable Adjustable Life Insurance
VALVulnerability Assessment Laboratory
VALVariable Angle Launcher
VALVehicle Authorization List
VALVicarm Arm Language
VALVehicle Administrative Liaison
VALVehicle Assembler/Loader
VALVehicle Availability List
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e) Data from periods of good to moderate metabolic control (see Results), median and range in parentheses; valine data not shown.
Now in his 13th year as President and Chief Executive Officer, Valine leads the nearly 2,000 employees of VSP.
However, the values for lysine in Irvigna gabonesis, isoleucine, valine and phenylalanine in Irvigna gabonesis and Citrullus colocynthis, were lower than the values in an egg.
In this study the effect of valine with different concentrations on trichophyton mentagrophytes.
In the Journal of Nutrition, an international team of researchers report an association between an increased intake of the branched-chain amino acids (BCAAs) leucine, isoleucine, and valine and a reduced risk of being overweight or obese.
1c] is produced by nonenzymatic addition of a glucose molecule to the N-terminal valine residue on the chain of Hb A.
Last year, scientists showed the same amino acids - leucine, isoleucine and valine, known as BCAAs - extended the lifespan of yeast.
Leucine, isoleucine and valine - known as branched-chain amino acids - account for a fraction of the 20 amino acids from which proteins are made, but appear to have special anti-ageing properties.
Last year, scientists showed that the same amino acids, leucine, isoleucine and valine, could extend the lifespan of single-celled yeast.
Last year scientists showed that the same amino acids, leucine, isoleucine and valine, could extend the lifespan of single-celled yeast.
Our recent study shows that if you make a single amino acid change from valine to methionine at position 66 it leads to a decrease in the amount of BDNF that gets secreted.