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THRTechnical Human Resources (Kazakhstan)
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THRTake Home Ration (nutrition; various locations)
THRTraditional Herbal Registration (UK)
THRThe High Road (firearms forum)
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THRThrough-Hole Reflow
THRTraining Heart Rate
THRTehran, Iran - Mehrabad (Airport Code)
THRThreshold Requirements
THRThreshold Heart Rate
THRTolerable Hazard Rate
THRTotal Herd Reporting (cattle breeding)
THRTotal Heat of Rejection (condenser capacity, refrigeration)
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The plasmids expressing the wild type (WT) and the mutant form, with a substitution of alanine for threonine 71 (T71A), of human proBNP were described previously (10).
The anhydrides were predicted to react with the amino acid side chains of serine, threonine, arginine, asparagine, lysine, histidine, tyrosine, glutamine, and cysteine.
Threonine requirement of healthy adults, derived with a 24-h indicator amino acid balance technique.
Gilliland, Crystallographic, Molecular Modeling and Biophysical Characterization of Valine (67) (E11)[beta] Threonine Variant of Hemoglobin, Biochemistry 35 (6), 1935-1945 (1996).
Threonine will generate the strongest growth among amino acid feed additives due to increasing availability in high value-added commercial formulations and adaptability to all livestock diets.
The sucrose and raffinose content was the best predictor for AID and SID of N, lysine, threonine, and valine.
high levels of glucose adenine alanine threonine and GABA were observed during storage below 0 oC especially noticeable at 20 oC.
Within the conditions in which current experiment was performed, level of digestible lysine at 1.005%, with ratio threonine:lysine at 57%, was sufficient to maximize the performance and yield of carcass and commercial meat in low CP diets for broilers within the 22-42 days old phase.
According to Fufeng's co-operative agreement with Ajinmoto of Japan in 2010, the Group's threonine products will be distributed through the sales and distribution networks of Ajinmoto starting from 2011.
He covers glycosylation of proteins; sulfation of proteins as a post-translational modification; normal-state and perturbed-state studies of eukaryote PTM as phosphylation; prokaryotic phosphorylation of serine, threonine, and tyrosine; and prokaryotic phosphorylation of histidine.
All plants produce the enzyme threonine deaminase, or TD1.
Threonine : European market a shade firmerA slightly firmer tone to Europe's Threonine market with both Chinese and Western origin indicating higher prices for urgent deliveries.