GLUT


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AcronymDefinition
GLUTGlucose Transporter
GLUTOpenGL Utility Toolkit
GLUTGamma Lookup Table
GLUTOpen Graphics Library Utility Toolkit
GLUTGigantic Lookup Table
GLUTGraphics Library Utility Toolkit (open software)
GLUTGeorgia Land Use Trend (geospatial data; est. 1973)
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It can be used as a substitute for maize and by that it will even encourage cassava growers to produce more without the fear of recording glut.'
Montenegro, deputy executive director of the Mindanao Development Authority and technical head of the Mindanao Power Monitoring Council, told TIMES last week that the electricity glut in Mindanao of about 800 megawatts is not an assurance that no areas will experience brownouts because some electric cooperatives have not done the job entrusted to them by their members.
At most, farmers only receive government assistance through credit, but "this is not what we need," Balanoy said, while reiterating the harrowing situation of the vegetable industry in northern Benguet where tons of harvested carrots, potatoes, cabbages and other crops are being left to rot because of an existing glut.
30, as the oil cartel and its allies step up their attempt to end a three-year supply glut that has savaged crude prices and the global energy industry.
The contradiction in local demand and supply trends exposed in economic surveys obtained by the Sunday Nation also reflects the huge variation of prices of the crop within the country.Interestingly, in the midst of the current glut, a kilo of green grams is retailing at a whooping Sh200 at all the leading supermarkets ndash more than five times the average price of S0 per kilo being offered to farmers by brokers.
Oil glut fears prompted an even further drop in London stocks.
Opec and its allies achieved 138 per cent of pledged output reductions last month, Opec said, up from 133 per cent in January and the highest since the deal aimed at clearing a glut began in January 2017.
Glucose transporters (GLUTs), which belong to the solute carrier (SLC2A) family of transport proteins, are known to mediate glucose uptake by cells [12].
Here, we assessed the cytoplasmic uptake of glucose by OHCs using live-cell microscopy and examined the subcellular localization of glucose transporter (GLUT) isoforms by immunohistochemistry.
World oil prices rose on Thursday, a day after hitting 10-month lows, but market sentiment remained negative because the global crude glut has persisted despite OPEC-led output cuts.
M2 PHARMA-June 1, 2017-Kadmon Touts Data Demonstrating the Potential of Its New GLUT Inhibitors for the Treatment of Autoimmune and Inflammatory Conditions