AGPS


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AGPSAssisted Global Positioning System
AGPSAssisted Gps
AGPSAdvanced Global Positioning System
AGPSAdvanced Government Purchasing System
AGPSAdvanced Geo Positioning Solutions, Inc
AGPSAmeron Global Product Support
AGPSAttitude Global Positioning System
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AGPS had relatively higher resistant starch content than gelatinized potato starch, while CLAGPS did not show an increase in resistant starch content in spite of cross-linking.
Las proteinas arabinogalactanos (AGPs) son macromoleculas glicosiladas, distribuidas ampliamente en el reino vegetal, que se encuentran practicamente en todos los organos de las plantas.
Las AGPs son componentes abundantes de gomas y exudados, y muestran propiedades funcionales relevantes para la industria de alimentos; por ejemplo, la goma arabiga de Acacia senegal es usada por sus propiedades de emulsion y su capacidad de prevenir la cristalizacion de azucares (Verbeken et al., 2003; Yadav et al., 2007).
En cultivos de celulas vegetales, las AGPs son secretadas al medio y se han relacionado con eventos fundamentales del desarrollo de las celulas y tejidos vegetales in vitro, como son el crecimiento y la diferenciacion celular.
In the present study, three well characterized AGPs from B.
Spleen cells from lipopolysaccharide (LPS)-insensitive C3H/HeJ mice (3.5 x [10.sup.6] cells/ml, 100 [micro]l/well) were incubated with various dilutions of AGPs or control substances LPS (30 [micro]g/ml) and ConA (2 [micro]g/ml, 100 [micro]l/well in triplicate) in 96-U-bottom plates for 48 h at 5% C[O.sub.2] and 37[degrees]C, followed by a 24h pulse with (6-[.sup.3.H])-thymidine (0.25 [micro]Ci/well).
Although research has been done using algal assays to determine the AGP of aquatic environments and its relationship to various limnological parameters such as phytoplankton standing crop, nutrient concentrations, and others, few studies have been done to determine the variability in AGP for small ponds throughout the year.
Algal growth potential (AGP) was determined using the Algal Assay Procedure-Bottle Test (AAPBT) developed by the Environmental Protection Agency (1971).
Isolated AGP (100 [micro]l) (concentration 0.01-100 [micro]g/ml) from E.
The antihuman CD4 antibody (BD Biosciences Heidelberg, Germany) conjugated with fluorescein-iso-thiocyanate (FITC) was added (10 [micro]l, diluted 1:10 with PBS) together with AGP in rising concentrations (0.01-100 [micro]g/ml) and incubated for half an hour.