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lipin

[′lip·ən]
(biochemistry)
A compound lipid, such as a cerebroside.
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Finck, "Complex interplay between the lipin 1 and the hepatocyte nuclear factor 4 [alpha] (HNF4[alpha]) pathways to regulate liver lipid metabolism," PLoS ONE, vol.
Hypoxia causes triglyceride accumulation by HIF-1-mediated stimulation of lipin 1 expression.
Fu Lipin and Li Gang (2011) argue for cultural diplomacy as the fourth diplomacy, in addition to political, economic and military diplomacy.
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In the case of Lipin Raj, who lost an eye when it was accidentally punctured by a compass in his childhood, I felt prouder.
Bloomberg could not contact Steven Lipin at Brunswick Group LLP, a spokesman for the Chinese investors, for comment about the delayed payment and the expectation about the deal completion.
POOR eyesight and abject poverty could not blur the vision of Lipin Raj, a Kerala youth, who secured 224th rank in the Civil Services Examination ( CSE) 2012.
On the other hand the frequency was lower when compared to Russia i.e., 95% (Ahmad and Mokaddas, 2004; Van Doorn et al., 2006; Lipin et al., 2007).
The disease is caused by homozygous mutations in the LPIN2 gene (Table 1) encoding for lipin 2, the role of which has not yet been clarified [143].
Lipin, MD; Enrique Palacios, MD, FACR; Paul Friedlander, MD; Harold Neitzschman, MD, FACR
This value was very similar to that of acid phosphatases of yellow lipin seeds1), group III isoenzyme of rice plant [21] and soyabean seeds [2].