ALPL

AcronymDefinition
ALPLAlkaline Phosphatase, Liver
ALPLAvon Lake Public Library (Cleveland, OH)
ALPLAlbert Lea Public Library (Albert Lea, MN)
ALPLAthens-Limestone Public Library (Alabama)
ALPLAugusta-Lithgow Public Library (Augusta, ME)
ALPLAbraham Lincoln Presidential Library (Springfield, IL)
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Bone ALP expression is acquired early in the differentiation of osteoblasts from mesenchymal progenitors, and bone ALP itself plays a key role in degrading the natural inhibitor of mineralization pyrophosphate, as evidenced by the potentially severe rickets-like skeletal disease in patients with hypophosphatasia due to mutations in ALPL.
4] Human genes: PLOD1, procollagen-lysine,2-oxoglutarate 5-dioxygenase 1; ALPI, alkaline phosphatase, intestinal; ALPL, alkaline phosphatase, liver/bone/kidney; ALPP, alkaline phosphatase, placental; ALPPL2, alkaline phosphatase, placental like 2.
Meanwhile, the ALPL-expressing cells produced on average more than twice as much bone matrix (and as much as nine times more in some trials) during three weeks of subsequent cultivation than a similarsized population of unsorted adipose tissue cells and almost four times more bone matrix than cells that don't express ALPL.
It takes that long for the maximum number of cells to express ALPL when cells are chemically primed to do so.
ALPL claims Cargolux is operating such flights despite having been told by the country's regulator, Direction de l'Aviation Civile (DAC-L), that they would not conform to applicable legislation.
A Survey of Amusement Facilities" is one of several pieces in the FWP archives of the ALPL that identify Wright as author.
Apert, Crouzon, Pfeiffer, and Saethre-Chotzen craniosynostosis) of mutations in fibro-blast growth factor receptor (FGFR) [7] genes and the TWIST1, MSX2, EFNB1, and ALPL genes (1, 2).