FADH

AcronymDefinition
FADHForces Armées d'Haïti (French: Haitian Armed Forces)
FADHflavin adenine dinucleotide
FADHFonds Arabe pour les Droits Humains (French: Arab Fund for Human Rights)
FADHFlogging a Dead Horse
FADHAdherence Factor for Soil
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94; 'Shane Fadh's Wedding', William Carleton, Traits and Stories of the Irish Peasantry, Vol.
Another analogy is an exchange bank where one form of high energy compound (NADH and FADH) has to be converted into a useable form (ATP).
En el metodo de valoracion de [sup.3][H.sub.2]O en celulas incubadas con acidos grasos tritiados, La liberacion de tritio unido a los carbonos 9 y 10 del palmitato depende de tres mecanismos: (A) la accion de una acyl-CoA deshidrogenasa formando un 2,3-enoyl-CoA ester y transfiriendo el 50% del tritio a la proteina de transferencia de electrones (FADH); (B) la reaccion de la 3-hidroxiacil-CoA deshidrogenasa que remueve la mitad del tritio remanente, el cual finaliza en el NADH; y (C) el ciclo del acido tricarboxilico el cual libera el 25% restante (5).
La accion de una acyl-CoA deshidrogenasa formando un 2,3-enoyl-CoA ester y transfiriendo 50% del tritio a la proteina de transferencia de electrones (FADH).
The chiefs of the six Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) states--Saudi Arabia, the UAE, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar and Bahrain--met in Kuwait City on 22-24 October under the auspices of the head of Kuwait's National Security Service, Ahmed Fadh Al Ahmed Al Sabah, and his deputy, Tamer Ali Al Salem Al Sabah, largely to discuss the Iranian threat and possibly conflict between the US and Iran.
Germany selected Teuton-Turkish helmer Fadh Akin's "Edge of Heaven" as its entry, although it's set as much in Turkey as in Germany.
Therefore, these mitochondrial respiratory genes are very important for generating ATP or FADH energy.
Gilford's body was found in the King Fadh Military Medical Complex in Dhahran.
The generals remain unscathed, the soldiers of the Haitian military, Forces Armed de Haiti (FADH), inhabit their casernes, the police play dominoes in their stations, and the Front for the Advancement and Progress of Haiti (FRAPH), the paramilitary militia masquerading as a nationalistic political party, still owns the streets.