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The ISO 4217 currency code for Netherlands Antilles Guilder.

ANG

ISO 4217 code for the Netherlands Antillean guilder. The currency traces its origins to the 18th century but took its current name in 1952. Throughout most of its history, it was pegged to the Dutch guilder; however, after the occupation of the Netherlands during the Second World War, it switched the peg to the U.S. dollar. It has maintained this peg at different values ever since. It is known colloquially as the florin.
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Relationship of serum angiogenin, adiponectin and resistin levels with biochemical risk factors and the angiographic severity of three-vessel coronary disease.
Abbreviations ANG: Angiogenin CHD: Coronary heart disease CHF: Chronic heart failure HFrEF: Heart failure with reduced ejection fraction HFpEF: Heart failure with preserved ejection fraction LVEF: Left ventricular ejection fraction.
Serum VEGF, bFGF, angiogenin and endostatin levels were estimated in 60 HCC patients with mean age 57.
They will investigate whether a version of the mice lacking PHD2 expression develops more aggressive tumors, and whether blocking IL-8 or angiogenin slows tumor growth.
sensitivity for angiogenin is 10 ng/L; because it was detected in the sample, it could be expected that the suckling ingests >330 pg on the 1st day, >430 pg on the 2nd day, and >1070 pg on the 3rd day.
1] antitrypsin, ER p72, GST-[pi]1, angiogenin, vitronectin precursor, cathepsin D, plasminogen precursor (contains angiostatin), prothrombin precursor, and integrin [alpha]3 precursor.
While the scientists have not detected angiogenin produced by any non-malignant tissue, they do find its gene in normal cells.
Angiogenin and vascular endothelial growth factor in pregnancies complicated by preeclampsia.
1 nmol/L protein, containing various concentrations of endostatin, bFGF, thrombin, angiogenin, tumor growth factor-[beta]1, interleukin-4, p-selectin, and serum amyloid p component.
Angiogenin, a RNase involved in angiogenesis, has a similar tissue distribution (5).