corrins

corrins

[′kȯ·rinz]
(biochemistry)
Cobalt-containing compounds (porphyrin-like macrocycles) that act in concert with enzymes to catalyze essential reactions in humans.
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Sineidin Corrins, head of the Glasgow Area Sexual Offences Unit, said: "John Ssewagudde raped his victim in her own home.
Geraldine Mary Corrins, 34, of Brighton Street, Coventry, using a vehicle without insurance, fined pounds 100.
After the short hearing, fiscal Sineidin Corrins issued a statement confirming Boyce had appeared on petition charged with conspiracy to rob and extort money.
Geraldine Mary Corrins, aged 30, of Brighton Street, Stoke, was also charged with driving without due care and attention, failing to stop after an accident and failing to report an accident.
CRAIG FORREST, Robert Hall, Jim Wightman, Gary Burns, Michael Corrins, Douglas Corrins, Kenneth Stewart, Barry McKnight, David Tonner, Dennis McNaughton and Sam Wightman .
Yesterday, B&B owner Harry Corrins raged: "We've enough numpties of our own without having to deal with another country's rubbish.
Kevin Corrins, prosecuting, said customers "couldn't decipher what Stevenson was saying and could smell alcohol".
Michael Corrins, 19, of Brighton Street, Stoke, Coventry, handling stolen goods.
Lovers of good boozers will know that the Corrins also own one of the greatest in Christendom, the peerless Ship and Mitre, in city centre Dale Street, with its dazzling selection of real ales.
The brasserie also offers the use of a private upstairs dining room seating 18 which the Corrins say is ideal for business use.
It is a multiauthored, international compendium covering the chemistry (synthetic, structural, and physical) and biochemistry (including inorganic and organic chemistry) of porphyrins, chlorophils, bilins, corrins (vitamin [B.
Prosector Kevin Corrins said: "He walked towards her with his fist drawn back and clenched and said, 'I'm going to kill that'.