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ADTAndrogen Deprivation Therapy (cancer treatment)
ADTAdult (airline passenger type)
ADTAbstract Data Type (OOP class)
ADTArchitectural Desktop (Autodesk)
ADTAndroid Development Tools (software)
ADTAverage Daily Traffic
ADTAtlantic Daylight Time
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ADTAmerican Dental Trading (various locations)
ADTAustralasian Digital Theses (1998-2011)
ADTAttention Deficit Trait (psychiatry)
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ADTAdaptive De-Interlace Technique
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ADTActive Desktop
ADTAutocad Desktop
ADTAudit
ADTAutomated Distribution Technologies
ADTAutomated Deployment Toolkit
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ADTAccess Developer'S Toolkit
ADTAleutian Daylight Time (-9 Hours GMT)
ADTActive Duty for Training
ADTAmerican Discovery Trail (proposed multi-use trail across USA)
ADTAgence de Développement Touristique (French: Tourist Development Agency)
ADTAggregate Data Type (computing)
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ADTArticulated Dump Truck
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ADTAgribusiness Development Team (US DoD)
ADTAdenosine Triphosphate
ADTAutomatic Double Tracking
ADTAdvanced Dicing Technologies (Horsham, Pennsylvania)
ADTAguas del Tunari (Bolivian water regulation)
ADTApplication Development Toolkit
ADTApplication Development Tool
ADTAll-Defensive Team (sports)
ADTActive Denial Technology
ADTAshland Daily Tidings (Ashland, OR)
ADTAerospace and Defense Technology
ADTAdult Day Training
ADTAnti-Discrimination Tribunal (Australia)
ADTAdvantage Data Transformer (CA Technologies)
ADTAdult Diphtheria Tetanus (vaccination)
ADTAstronomy Diagnostic Test
ADTAccess Developer's Toolkit (Microsoft)
ADTAdvanced DRAM Technology
ADTAssociate Dean Teaching (various schools)
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ADTAverage Daily Turnover (stock trading)
ADTApplication Data Types
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ADTActive Duty Tour
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ADTArt Design Technology
ADTAided Tracking
ADTAir Dry Ton (cellulose pulp)
ADTAdvanced Data Technologies
ADTAgent Desktop
ADTAlliance Development Trust (relief and development arm of the National Christian Evangelical Alliance of Sri Lanka)
ADTAlaskan Daylight Time (GMT -0800)
ADTAir Data Tester
ADTApplied Data Trends, Inc
ADTApproved Departure Time
ADTAdministrative Delay Time
ADTAssign Digital Transmission Group
ADTAccelerated Degradation Testing
ADTArchitecture Development Team
ADTAir Dissolving Tube
ADTAirborne Data Terminal
ADTAverage Daily Theoretical (casino industry)
ADTAttribute Definition Table
ADTAccumulated Deployed Time
ADTAir Data Transducer
ADTActive Disk Table
ADTAdmission, Disposition, and Transfer
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ADTAssociative Design Technology
ADTAutomated Detection and Tracking
ADTAcknowledged Data Transfer
ADTAutomatic Data Translator
ADTAerated Drain Tank
ADTAdsorbed Diphtheria Tetanus (vaccine)
ADTAtomic Damage Template
ADTAlphanumeric Display Terminal
ADTAutomatic Detection & Tracking
ADTAsset Discovery Tool
ADTArchitectural Development Team
ADTAsynchronous Data Teleservice
ADTAddress Detector Transition
ADTAudio Detect Tone
ADTAbnormal Data Type
ADTAverage Download Time
ADTAnalog Data Tape
ADTAuthorized Dealer Team
ADTAnomaly Detection Tool
ADTAnalyst Dependent Technique
ADTAnchorage Daily Times
ADTAvailable Device Table
ADTAlternative Display Technology
ADTAnswer Detection Technology
ADTAdvanced Digital Terminal
ADTAdvanced Dialoguing Techniques
ADTAccettazione Dismissione Trasferimento (Italian healthcare)
ADTAmerican Dial Tone (Dunedin, FL)
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ATP, short for adenosine triphosphate, is known as the energy currency of cells.
While the role of redox (reduction-oxidation) biology in important cellular functions, including the production of adenosine triphosphate, has been recognized for some time, it is only recently that the role of redox in the control of many other cellular activities has become more prominent, according to Hancock (U.
The process involves the breakdown of adenosine triphosphate to adenosine monophosphate, a uric acid precursor, said Dr.
The process involves the breakdown of adenosine triphosphate to adenosine monophosphate, which is a uric acid precursor, explained Dr.
ImmuKnow is an immune cell function assay that can detect cell-mediated immunity (CMI) in adult patient populations undergoing immunosuppressive therapy for organ transplantation by measuring the concentration of adenosine triphosphate (ATP) released from CD4 cells following cell stimulation.
Technicians modify the bovine hemoglobin, which does not need DPG (diphosphoglycerate) to release oxygen, with three chemicals--GSH (glutathione), ATP (adenosine triphosphate), and Adenosine--to overcome the other limitations of unmodified hemoglobin.
Cells obtain energy from conversion of adenosine triphosphate (ATP) to adenosine monophosphate (AMP).
The researchers' goal is to understand the system well enough to enable future collaborators to develop a chemically stable artificial forisome, which is particularly attractive as a biomimetic smart material because, unlike most protein motors, it is not dependent on adenosine triphosphate (ATP) for its activation, making it more flexible.
Adenosine triphosphate (ATP): A molecule, generated largely in the mitochondria, that provides the energy needed for many key metabolic reactions.
Upon activation with the cellular energy source adenosine triphosphate, immature control cells responded with a measurable rise and fall in intracellular calcium concentration that involved RyR1 building upon the initial I[P.sub.3]R1-controlled calcium release and afterward working with I[P.sub.3]R1 to bring calcium down to resting levels.
Basically, this system draws upon adenosine triphosphate (ATP) and phosphocreatine (PC)--which are both stored in the muscles--as the primary fuels.
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