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Pro

[Latin, For; in respect of; on account of; in behalf of.]

PRO. A Latin proposition signifying `for.' As to its effects in contracts, vide Plowd. 412.

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During d 0 to10 of feeding trial, pigs were assigned randomly to three diet treatments, i) basal diet (0% proline [PRO]), ii) basal diet supplemented with 0.
In addition to giving away a car, gifts with purchases and great food, the Main Event will allow everyone to see all the great changes at the new Proline Motors.
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The researchers think that HF treatment mimics cellular proline deprivation, which activates the AAR response and subsequently impacts immune regulation.
None of the people with two copies of the proline variant had bad outcomes.
This reinforces our understanding of proline as an integral part of skin health," says Dr.
The hydroxylation of proline and lysine residues in collagen molecules serves to form and stabilize the collagen triple helices under physiologic conditions (Figure 2).
The procedure employs a new air inversion device that enables one operator to install virtually any diameter of CIPP liner tubes of any length through one single machine, says Kevan Taylor, ProLine president.
In order to study the factors affecting cis/trans isomerization in proline-containing peptides, professor William Lubell, MCIC, and his group at the Universite de Montreal have prepared unnatural proline mimics containing a tert-butyl group.
ProLine s new Mountain 32[TM] single-cam bow blends style and reliability into a 32-inch-axle-to-axle package with a CNC machined aluminum riser, Dual Flex Limbs, and a radical cam design.
Darlington has switched the power source for all Proline bows from the C/P/S cam system (still used on Darton bows) to anew single-cam of his own design.