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Fifth letter of a Nasdaq stock symbol specifying that the issue is the second preferred bond of the company.

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Used in stock transaction tables in newspapers to indicate that during the day's activity the stock traded at a new 52-week high price.
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Krammer F, Margine I, Tan GS, Pica N, Krause JC, Palese P A carboxy-terminal trimerization domain stabilizes conformational epitopes on the stalk domain of soluble recombinant hemagglutinin substrates.
The Mycobacterial heparin-binding hemagglutinin is a protective antigen in the mouse aerosol challenge model of tuberculosis.
Prediction of mutation trend in hemagglutinins and neuraminidases from influenza A viruses by means of cross-impact analysis.
The hemagglutinin gene of this virus was distantly related to those of H5N1 subtypes that have caused infections in humans since 1997 (3).
Influenza A viruses can be subdivided on the basis of antigenicity of its surface glycoproteins neuraminidase and hemagglutinin.
If hemagglutinin is disabled, the virus is locked out and can't infect cells.
One common mutation that helps viruses do that, called Q226L, changes an amino acid in the hemagglutinin protein, the molecule that gives the virus the H in its name.
The four influenza vaccines licensed by the Food and Drug Administration over the past year are two quadrivalent vaccines that include two influenza B strains and two influenza A strains; a cell-culture-based vaccine; and an egg-free, recombinant hemagglutinin vaccine manufactured without the use of influenza viruses.
Of the 24 AIVs, 16 subtypes were detected, representing nine hemagglutinin and seven neuraminidase subtypes.
The mutation comprised of alterations in the Hemagglutinin protein which allows the virus to infect new hosts.
one or more of influenza hemagglutinin, influenza nuclear protein, tetanus toxin C-fragment, anthrax protective antigen, HIV gp 120, human carcinoembryonic antigen, and/or a therapeutic, an immunomodulatory gene, such as co-stimulatory gene and/or a cytokine gene.