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stable factor

[′stā·bəl ′fak·tər]
(biochemistry)
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Factor VII, also known as Stable Factor and Proconvertin, is a vitamin K-dependent glycoprotein that is produced in the liver.
North America has also become a stable factor for Audi.
The threat is the political process will not give the country sufficient cohesion to work on its economic issues and otherwise to become a strong and stable factor in the region.
The world, Shweihat added, considers Jordan a stable factor in the region.
Therefore, the causal attributions for exam performance tended to be controllable by the student, with the locus of causality being within the student while the degree to which students believed the cause to be a stable factor varied across students.