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GLU

(language)
A practical coarse grain implementation of the Lucid dataflow language for networks.
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Glu Mobile had expected bookings from Design Home and Covet Fashion to remain flat in the second quarter.
Finally, the sold assets include the Last Day Alive mobile game currently in beta, the Heroes of Destiny game published earlier by Glu, the celebrity license agreement for a unnamed male celebrity and the corresponding mobile game in the prototype stage.
We implemented a pilot study first to determine an appropriate Glu dose for the study to separate the Glu signal from the coinjected Nic signal in the CEST imaging.
Table 1 shows that the between-group differences of the GABA, Glu, and Gln concentrations and the GABA/(NAA+NAAG), Glu/ (NAA+NAAG), Gln/ (NAA+NAAG) concentration ratios between the schizophrenia group and comparsion group were not statistically significant.
GLU is derived from glutamic acid, which is not considered an essential amino acid because it is synthesized in the body via the citric acid cycle.
Groups D, E, F, G, and H were pretreated with GLU + MGO for 2 h and incubated with GLU + MGO for 24, 48, and 72 h.
The team of Poke Radar will join Glu Mobile and continue to offer its community the same experience they are used to.
"Katy Perry Pop," the next celebrity game released by Glu, debuted outside of the top-100-grossing iOS apps.
In this study, effect of nitrogen on the activities of nitrogen assimilatory enzymes, total soluble proteins and amino acids was studied in wheat genotypes of diverse physiology (viz., GLU 1101, GLU 1356, GLU 2001, GLU 700, PH132-4836, PH132- 4840).
Developer Glu Mobile Inc wants to use the voice and likeness of the Firework hitmaker, 30, in its new project.
Therefore, this study was conducted to investigate the effects of Gln, glutamic acid (Glu), GlyGln and AlaGln on embryo development and accumulation of ammonia in the medium during in vitro maturation, fertilization, and development of porcine embryos.