ENOA

AcronymDefinition
ENOAEastern Nebraska Office on Aging
ENOAelectronic Notice of Arrival
ENOAEuropean Network of Animation
ENOAEverything North of Atlantic (band)
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For example, the enolases alpha-enolase (ENOA) and gamma-enolase (ENOG) participate in glucose metabolism, and eukaryotic translation initiation factor 4B, which binds ribosomes and functions in synthetic processes, contributes to cell growth and maintenance.
ENOA, a component of glycolysis that generates ATP through high energy intermediates (Wold 1971), was significantly up-regulated both in the cerebellum and hippocampus.
In addition to ENOA, proteins related to nucleotide metabolism were also altered both in the cerebellum and hippocampus.
Antonio Enoa, who along with the other sailors is owed $30,000 in wages, said: "I miss my children and my grandchildren and my daughter is due to have another baby soon.