Macroprudential policies or macropru, is the formal name given to government policies aiming to contain the endogenous
risk emanating from the financial system.
The absorption of endogenous
amino acids is different in various poultry birds depending on the nutrient digestibility, requirements and physiological status of the gastrointestinal tract (GIT).
sulfur dioxide/aspartate aminotransferase pathway existed in the primary rat myocardial fibroblasts
In this perspective, the theory of endogenous
economic growth has explored the possibility that combined accumulation of physical and human capital is enough to sustain growth in the long run.
heparin activity is decreased in peripheral arterial occlusive disease.
(b) the dependent variable, measuring endogenous
regional employment performance, is the regional (or differential) component derived from a shift-share analysis of employment change over the decade 2001-2011; and
SCE Levels in Primary Sarcoma Cell Lines.
Furthermore, except for the modulatory mechanisms on the exogenous and endogenous
stem cells, the microenvironmental factors that control the stem cell niches were also discussed in this special issue.
Even after being hobbled, these endogenous
retroviruses can still sometimes make their proteins.
Research suggests that the vitamins C and beta-carotene--provided by a variety of fruits and vegetables--play an important role in the endogenous
antioxidant system, as does vitamin E, which is found in whole grains and high-quality, properly extracted and protected vegetable oils.
In order to identify the endogenous
character of money supply, seasonally-adjusted quarterly data of real production and the monetary aggregate M2 are selected.
Keywords: Fruit set; Growth and Development; Endogenous
hormone; CsEXP 10 gene; Cucumber (Cucumis sativus L.)