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The company said its GLUT inhibitors have a good pharmacokinetic profile and directly block glucose uptake.
Over the past few months, however, amid signs of an easing glut, global oil prices have staged a tentative recovery.
Hence, the EIA data suggest that, over the quarter, the glut grew by a bit more than 700,000 barrels per day.
This isn't the first time the world has experienced an oil glut and in-fighting regionally, so why all of the worrying over coffee?
A place of plenty The founders of the business gave the cooperative the name "Glut" to signify that "here at this location there is a glut of food.
The fundamental shift that has driven the drop in oil prices in recent weeks has been an upward shift in expectations for a supply glut in 2015, combined with weaker than expected demand, particularly in China.
Figure 1 shows FTIR spectra of Gly/Glut, Gly/Glut + CP, Gly/Glut + CP + 1 g R, Gly/Glut + CP + 2 g R, Gly/ Glut + CP + 3 g R.
4 Corner General Trading managing director Paul Grimes said if restaurants plan exactly what they needed, a glut can be avoided.
There is a glut of pharmacists in Arkansas right now and the pharmacy schools are simply not responding to it.
THANKS to a glut of food and farm programmes, we're so knowledgeable about food production that it could be everyone's chosen specialised subject on Mastermind.
NIGEL AND ADAM'S FARM KITCHEN (8pm, BBC1) THANKS to a glut of food and farm programmes, we're so knowledgeable about food production that it could be everyone's chosen specialised subject on Mastermind.
Did the global saving glut play a key role in the bubble?