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regulatory site

[′reg·yə·lə‚tȯr·ē ‚sit]
(biochemistry)
A site on an enzyme, other than the active site, at which certain molecules bind, thereby affecting the enzyme's activity.
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Additionally, the phone was spotted on Chinese regulatory site TENAA last week.
The upcoming smartphone has been spotted previously on Chinese regulatory site TENAA.
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Often, a site may have been historically contaminated, but has had several phases of environmental work completed resulting in issuing the site a regulatory site closure.
Ideally, the plan would describe the city facilities operating on the site, the physical and regulatory site constraints, and the opportunities presented over time for the site.