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MER

(Managing Electronic Records) An annual conference sponsored by consulting firm Cohasset Associates, Inc. that is devoted to the latest legal, technical and management issues with regards to electronic records and documents. It was first held in 1992. For more information, visit www.merconference.com or www.cohasset.com.

mechanical equipment room, machinery room

A room containing a permanently installed refrigeration or air-conditioning system, or major parts thereof.

mer

The smallest repetitive unit in the structure of a high polymer.
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Beltran-Partida et al., "The effects of (--)-epicatechin on endothelial cells involve the G protein-coupled estrogen receptor (GPER)," Pharmacological Research, vol.
New evidence suggests that GPER also regulates mitochondrial function by preventing opening of the mitochondrial permeability transition pore, mediated by a nongenomic mechanism via Erk activation [68].
By 6 months of age GPER knockouts of both genders were obese, without changes in food intake or locomotor activity, and insulin resistant but only females exhibited glucose intolerance.
GPER is a member of the 7-transmembrane spanning G protein-coupled receptor (GPCR) superfamily, structurally unrelated to the nuclear receptor family members ER[alpha] and ER[beta] [16, 17].
Doing so for the first in 2005 yields a population of 4.1 Gper and a GDP of 54.8 G$/year, numbers we associate with the estimates in the IEA dataset of world consumption of light from grid electricity in 2005.
I E, 6A, 9B GPER Pseudo-Gunnera G macrophylla Blume 3C, 8A, 9A, 9E GMAC Other families Aextoxicaceae Aextoxicon punctatum Ruiz & Pav.
36 7 - Security 96 97 95 Al-Quresh 70 57 31 City 36 33 75 Century - 7 42 Ali Paper 99 80 97 Flying Board - 11 65 Kabir 77 89 105 Bahawalpur 30 - - Source: Pakistan Pulp Paper & Broad Makers Association Karachi Earning per Share of Paper & Board Companies (Earnin gper Rs.
An exogenous chemical may exert estrogenic effects by both classical nuclear estrogen receptors (ERs) and non-genomic G protein-coupled estrogen receptor (GPER) pathways (Shanle and Xu 2011).
Among them, estrogen activates the estrogen receptor- (ER-) [alpha], ER-[beta], and G protein-coupled estrogen receptor (GPER) to regulate physiological pathways in various tissues, such as the hypothalamus, liver, bone, and islets [1,40].
The effects of estrogen are mediated by two types of estrogen receptors: nuclear estrogen receptors (ER-a and ER-[beta]), which are members of the nuclear receptor family of intracellular receptors, and membrane estrogen receptor (GPER or G-protein-coupled estrogen receptor) [3].
ldentification of the estrogen receptor GPER in neoplastic and non-neoplastic human testes.