GlyR

AcronymDefinition
GlyRGlycine Receptor
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Using the galactic density in the nearby Universe from figure 2 expressed per cubic Glyr LTD, and the volume of the sphere of radius 14 Gly LTD, the number of galaxies in the visible Universe is estimated at 175 billion.
In the scenario using LTDs with the sampling method, the galactic count per cubic Glyr grows according to a steep slope (figure 2), without accounting for the effect of the expansion which should add up to this growth.
Radius of Galactic density the visible Universe Using LTDs 14 Glyr 1.