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Enth is a musical group.
- album: "Enth"
"Enth" is a musical album of Enth.
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- entH is a gene.
- Enth a.k.a. clathrin interactor 1 is a gene.
- also known as epsin-related protein, enthoprotin, clathrin interacting protein localized in the trans-Golgi region, epsin 4
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A Dictionary of the Bible (1861)
Comprising Its Antiquities, Biography, and Natural History by William Smith
The Bir Enth is a well and not a spring (En), while, on the otherhand, the “ Fountain of the Virgin” is the only real spring close to Jerusalem. Thus if the latter be not En-rogel, the single spring of this locality has escaped mention in the Bible . 2.
Encyclopedia of Neuroscience (2009)
Volume One by Larry R. Squire
Unlike the strategy used by AP2, the ENTH domain of epsin binds to both the phosphate head group and the glycerol backbone of PtdIns(4,5)P2, which is achieved through a conformational change during binding. Four a-helices in the ENTH ...
Janua Linguarum, Or an Easie and Compendious Method and Course for the Attaining All Tongues, Especially the Latine. Wherein are Latine Sentences One Thousand Foure Hundred, Containing All the More Usuall Words of the Latine Tongue, Simple and Compound, Searce Any Word Being Iterated, Except for the Supplying the Sense Sometimes. With the English Translation of Them, and an Alphabeticall Dictionary, ... To which is Added the Supplement of Tim. Poole, Together with an Index of the English Before the Latine (1634)
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Encyclopedia of Cell Biology (2015)
The N-terminus of Epsins has a highly conserved Epsin N-terminal homology domain (ENTH) (Figure 2) that binds PI(4,5)P2, a lipid enriched at endocytic and signaling sites (Sen et al., 2012). This interaction triggers a conformational change ...
A Comprehensive Reference Book by Charles Morris
enth. pair. of. cranial. nerves, a motor nerve which supplies the muscles of expression on either side of the face. Paralysis of this nerve produces facial paralysis, the result of which is that the affected side is smooth, un- wrinkled ...
A Comprehensive Medical Dictionary Containing the Pronunciation,etymology,and Signification of the Terms Made Use of in Medicine and the Kindred Sciences (1874)
With an Appendix,comprising a Complete List of All the More Important Articles of the Materia Medica,arranged According to the Medicinal Properties [etc.]. by Joseph Thomas
Sev'enth Pair [Par Sep'timum]. A pair of encephalic nerves divided into two parts: the portio dnra (''hard portion") being distributed to the face, and hence tormed facial nerve; andthe»»r- tio molli* ("soft portion"), called the auditory nerve, ...
A Dictionary of Printers and Printing, with the Progress of Literature, Ancient and Modern; Bibliographical Illustrations (1839)
by Timperley (C. H.)
ENTH. CENTURY. 223.
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