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GTP

(guanosine triphosphate): see guanineguanine
, organic base of the purine family. It was reported (1846) to be in the guano of birds; later (1879–84) it was established as one of the major constituents of nucleic acids.
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GTP

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Once the initial infrastructure is in place the GTP will be developed according to demand over the coming decades.
TSP security audits are frequently a bottleneck in the deployment of IT projects and can delay time-to-market for new services," said Brian Cincera, Vice President of Security Solutions at GTP.
Hauck noted, "We plan to incorporate many such systems in the new warehousing facility at the GTP.
GTP has proven their ability to build a high quality wireless communications tower company.
Professional services companies participating in the InterSAN PSP Program, such as GTP and CTS, recognize a variety of benefits including expanded consulting and training opportunities with enterprise customers deploying storage networks.
It can simulate IPv4 and IPv6 traffic over millions of GTP tunnels while applying dynamic traffic profile control and real-time per-flow analysis across hundreds of test ports at full-line rate.
Whether just beginning a professional journey or well-established in the industry, the GBTA Academy offers education programs, training workshops and webinars, and the GTP Certification to advance professional growth.
For a detailed description of Fitch's rating analysis, please see the report titled GTP Towers Issuer, LLC Secured Tower Revenue Notes, Global Tower Series 2010-1, dated Feb.
This fact was discussed comparing two wetting and dispersing additives and three leveling additives made with GTP and ATRP.
This antiproliferative activity was reversed by the addition of guanine, indicating that AVN944 is inhibiting IMPDH activity and depleting GTP pools in endothelial cells.
We believe that more vigorous enforcement of the GTP guidelines by the FDA and/or more stringent safety requirements for tissue implants could be positive for Clearant, since its sterilization technology, the Clearant Process(R), currently is the only commercially available technology that inactivates all known infection-transmitting pathogens in biological products already sealed in their final packaging without affecting the functional integrity of the treated material.
The loan carries an interest rate of LIBOR plus a spread of less than 2%, and is indirectly guaranteed by GTP.