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VTGVariable Turbine Geometry (turbochargers)
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VTGVideo Test Generator
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VTGVariable Turbine Geometry
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VTGVolume of Trapped Gas (respiration)
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VTGVoice Technologies Group, Inc. (Dialogic/Intel acquisition; Buffalo NY, USA)
VTGVariable Time Gap
VTGVendor Technical Guidance
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Our amazing discovery was made possible because of 15 years of basic research on vitellogenin.
Conservation of a vitellogenin gene cluster in oviparous vertebrates and identification of its traces in the platypus genome.
Previous studies have shown that progesterone can promote the differentiation of oogonium to oocytes and the synthesis of vitellogenin during early ovarian developmental stages (Warrier et al.
DNA methylation induced changes in chromatin conformation of the promoter of the vitellogenin II gene of Japanese quail during aging.
A cause and effect conclusion and confirmatory analysis can be determined by blood analysis for vitellogenin (VTG) from male fish with simultaneous evaluation of surface water concentrations of common ECs.
Effects of o,p'-DDE, heptachlor, and 17beta-estradiol on vitellogenin gene expression and the growth hormone/insulin-like growth factor-I axis in the tilapia, Oreochromis mossambicus.
Effect of age, diet, diapause and juvenile hormone on oogenesis and the amount of vitellogenin and vitellin in the twospotted stink bug, Perillus bioculatus (Heteroptera: Pentatomidae).
Four of the compounds, including a common one known as PFOA, triggered the fish to make vitellogenin, a protein normally produced only by female animals during egg laying.
This cell line is based on human MCF-7 cells containing an estrogen regulated luciferase reporter gene driven by an ERE of the vitellogenin A2 gene fused to the thymidine-kinase-promoter (Gagne et al.