FGF


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FGFFibroblast Growth Factor
FGFFédération des Géomètres Francophones (French: Francophone Federation of Surveyors)
FGFFuture Generation Foundation (Egypt)
FGFFine Girl Friday
FGFFeel-Good Factor
FGFFake Girlfriend
FGFFederación Gallega de Fútbol (Spain)
FGFFédération Guinéenne de Football (Guinea)
FGFForschungsgemeinschaft Funk eV
FGFFormer Girlfriend
FGFFamous Gut Feel
FGFFake Gameplay Footage (gaming industry)
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FGF has over 3,200 acres of lemons and oranges in the Argentina Provinces of Salta, Jujuy and Tucuman and owns and operates a juice processing facility in the Province of Tucuman.
Irregularities in FGF function can lead to a number of developmental defects.
BP1, 2, and 3 are "chaperone" proteins that latch on to FGF proteins and enhance their activities in the body.
Molecules such as FGF, Shh, Eda, Edar, EGF, TNF, alpha-6 integrin play important role during their development.
l,25(OH)2D: 1,25-dihydroxyvitamin D; 250HD: 25- hydroxyvitamin D; FGF: fibroblast growth factor.
MSCs cultured with FGF maintained the spindle shape typical of fibroblasts, whereas, in the absence of FGF, cells developed a large cytoplasmic volume [34].
Pathological level of FGF-23 can induce cardiomyocyte hypertrophy through its binding to FGF receptor-4 in a klotho-independent manner [56, 57].
Potthoff, "Metabolic fibroblast growth factors (FGFs): mediators of energy homeostasis," Seminars in Cell and Developmental Biology, vol.
Besides FGFs, platelet-derived growth factor (PDGF), a promoting factor for tissue repair, has been widely used in bone reconstruction in recent years.
The application site sits next to the Birmingham and Fazeley Canal and is currently occupied by FGF, an insulation and cladding manufacturer and distributor which is relocating to new premises.
It has been suggested by a number of studies that mesenchymal expression of fibroblast growth factors (FGF) is essential for mitogenic activity in ERC's.
Fibroblast Growth Factors: Biology and Clinical Application: FGF Biology and Therapeutics