MOSCAT

AcronymDefinition
MOSCATMisamis Oriental State College of Agriculture and Technology (Philippines)
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Moscat, as a parent himself, suggests setting up funds in case the unexpected happens.
Moscat, who led the study with collaborators at Helmholtz Zentrum Munchen in Germany and the University of Cincinnati, had previously produced mice that completely lack the p62 protein everywhere in their bodies.
Cancer and cell biology experts say this new discovery about the cellular mechanisms behind glucose intolerance may provide a different target for drugs to treat type 2 diabetes as well as insights into how aggressive cancers form.The study was led by Jorge Moscat, PhD, at the University of Cincinnati (UC).For this study, Moscat and his UC collaborator Maria Diaz-Meco, PhD, looked at the role of a specific gene known as protein kinase C (PKC)-zeta, which has been implicated as a key cellular contributor to malignant tumor growth.
Moscat, 777 N.Y.S.2d 875, 877-78 (2004); see also Crawford, 541 U.S.
prosecution against Moscat, who moved in limine to exclude the recording
Part of the tasting experience, by the way, comes from the package: the winery says it's the traditional Renna Punto of Moscat d' Asti.
Henri Moscat, 'Un echec: 50 ans de colonialisme economique en Indochine', ibid., 388-400.
(80.) Garcia-Cao I, Duran A, Collado M, Carrascosa M, Martin-Caballero J, Flores J, Diaz-Maco M, Moscat J, Serrano M.
For this study, lead author Jorge Moscat and his UC collaborator Maria Diaz-Meco, looked at the role of a specific gene known as protein kinase C (PKC)-zeta, which has been implicated as a key cellular contributor to malignant tumor growth.
CUTLINE: Boston Museum of Science interpreter Christina Moscat explains what to expect in the Starlab show she is about to present.