The PII family protein, GlnKl, which can bind MgATP and ADP with high affinity, was modified with a cpFP insertion within a loop at the nucleotide binding site.
Abbreviations: BRET, bioluminescence resonance energy transfer: cAMP, cyclic adenosine monophosphate; CFP, cyan fluorescent protein: cpFP, circularly permuted fluorescent protein: Cy, cyanine: DAMP, damage-associated molecular pattern: deac, diethylaminocoumarin: EMCCD, electron-multiplying charge-coupled device; ENT, equilibrative nucleoside transporter: FMLP.
CPFP should not be faulted for applying for incentives under the BOI guidelines.
We understand that the Department of Agriculture is opposed to giving CPFP pioneer incentives.
For example, CPFP is being given a 4 to 7 year income tax holiday.
The answer is given in an official Board of Investments (BOI) letter: "CPFP is applying for pioneer status based on the magnitude of its investments.
Though no doubt satisfied with the rollback, the newspaper companies remain dissatisfied with lack of acknowledgment by CPFP of what they assert is their majority right to set the price for their company's product.
Regardless of the rollback, pricing is not a moot issue, according to Fuson, who pointed to Ponderay's "20-some-year arrangement" between the newspaper partners and CPFP. Anticipating differences of opinion from time to time over price adjustments, he said "there needs to be some clarification [about] who's in charge."
has sought to implement the 5.1% increase at its mills, its five U.S.
As part of the Oceans Protection Plan, Transport Canada is expanding the Community Participation Funding Program (CPFP
) to facilitate meaningful partnerships with Indigenous groups and provide funding to support community engagement on marine safety issues across the country.