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CTDComparative Toxicogenomics Database
CTDCentre for Training and Development (various locations)
CTDC-Terminal Domain
CTDChasing the Dream
CTDConnective Tissue Disease
CTDConcept Technology Demonstration
CTDConductivity, Temperature and Depth (salinity measurement)
CTDCommon Technical Document
CTDClose to Death
CTDCarboxyl-Terminal Domain
CTDConcept and Technology Development
CTDCircling The Drain
CTDCheapest To Deliver
CTDConstant Time Delay
CTDCell Transfer Delay
CTDCoiled Tubing Drilling (petroleum industry)
CTDCrash to Desktop
CTDCumulative Trauma Disorder
CTDCenter for Talent Development
CTDCharge Transfer Device
CTDClick to Dvd
CTDClick to Dial
CTDCartridge Tape Drive
CTDCréation-Tendance-Découverte (French printing company)
CTDCommission for the Transportation Disadvantaged (Florida DOT)
CTDCommission Technique Départementale (French: Departmental Technical Committee)
CTDCoalition of Texans with Disabilities
CTDCourt Decision (IRB)
CTDContract Termination Date (Sprint)
CTDCrash Test Dummies (band)
CTDCheaper Than Dirt
CTDCareer to Date
CTDCummins Turbo Diesel
CTDCubital Tunnel Syndrome
CTDContrat Territorial de Développement (French: Territorial Development Contract)
CTDControl of Tropical Diseases (WHO division)
CTDCarried to Dust (Calexico album)
CTDCombat Tracker Dog
CTDCitizens for True Democracy
CTDClose That Door
CTDContrôle Technique Delinselle (French electical installation company)
CTDCorporate Travel Department
CTDClinical Trial Document
CTDCubier Transports Déménagements (French moving company)
CTDComposite Technology Development, Inc. (Lafayette, CO)
CTDContrôle Technique Développement (French: Technology Development Control)
CTDCounter Terrorism Division (online gaming squad)
CTDCentral Tracking Detector
CTDCircuit Theory Department
CTDConseil en Technologies Durables (French: Sustainable Technology Consulting)
CTDCounter-Top Display
CTDCommon Tactical Dataset (GCCS)
CTDCertified TestStand Developer (National Instruments Corporation)
CTDCollective Training Directorate (US Army Combined Arms Center-Training)
CTDCarpal Tunnel Decompression
CTDCounter Tree Diagram (algorithm)
CTDCriminal Techniques Department
CTDCoastally-Trapped Disturbance (weather)
CTDCold Temperature/Dry
CTDContinuity Tone Detector
CTDChlorine, Temperature and Depth (salinity measurement instrument)
CTDCumulative to Date
CTDContent Theft Deterrent (General Motors)
CTDChaotic Time Dependence
CTDCapital Transfer Duty
CTDCritical Technology Development
CTDCentral Thickened Discharge (mining)
CTDContactless Transfer Device
CTDChangling: the Dreaming (game)
CTDCommander's Tactical Display
CTDCross-Track Deviation
CTDCyber-Transmitted Disease (computer virus)
CTDCorrection to Document
CTDCommercial Training Device
CTDCadet Training Division
CTDCommunications and Technology Development Division (California Governor's Office of Emergency Services)
CTDCure Through Depth (ultraviolet curing applications)
CTDCold Temperature Difference (air compressors)
CTDConformance Test Document
CTDCore Transport Design (Sprint)
CTDClothing & Textiles Directorate
CTDCommon Tactical Database
CTDControlled Time Delay
CTDContractual Test Dependency
CTDCommon Tactical Display
CTDConnection Time Delay
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Each subunit consists of two domains; the smaller, thioredoxin-like, N-terminal domain (1-74 residues) is composed of 4 beta-sheets and 4 alpha helices and the C-terminal domain that consists of seven alpha helices.
5 and 7 connects the [alpha] helix B, the adenine binding pocket, and the C-terminal domain (at Leu410 and Val430).
The authors proposed a new 'lock and trigger' model for spider silk formation, in which gradual pairing up of the N-terminal domains locks spidroins into a network of many protein molecules, while the changes of structure in the C-terminal domains could trigger the rapid polymerization of spidroins into fibers.
especially if it had to be selectively directed to the C-terminal domain of the molecule.
The H- Oleosin differs from the L-Oleosin in having a higher molecular mass (~2 kDa) and an 18-residue insertion in their C-Terminal domain (Tzen et al.
The C-terminal domain (IV) is an [alpha]-helical domain formed by 19 [alpha]-helices that are organized into a superhelix.
The enzyme has N- and C-terminal domains that are separated by a deep cleft containing the active aspartate residues Asp34 and Asp2 16.
The central region of cTnI containing the inhibitory peptide interacts with the central helix and C-terminal domain of TnC (19, 20).
Retinoblastoma (RB) is a neonatal intraocular tumor caused by biallelic inactivation of RB1 gene encoding 928 amino acids long nuclear phosphoprotein (pRB), which contains three important regions: N-terminal domain, central AB-box and C-terminal domain.