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This peak may represent leptin bound to higher molecular mass serum proteins, as described previously (15-22).
Although their approaches vary, the following studies found Upward Bound to have a positive influence on students' academic performance.
E-HRP bound to the plasma membrane is developed using DAB; the DAB-based primary reaction product of peroxidase was used as an indication of the amount of E-HRP bound to the estrogen-binding sites.
Most scientists, however, had assumed that a protein sensed the metabolite and then bound to the mRNA.
Founded in 1987, New York City Outward Bound is an independent non-profit organization that brings the educational philosophy and expertise of Outward Bound to New York City's public schools.