American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- abbr. coenzyme A
GNU Webster's 1913
- (Biochem) an abbreviation for coenzyme a.
“(I don't mean to be pessimistic but I think the recommendations in CoA ain't happening.)”
“An alternative mechanism of generating acetyl-CoA is to use the enzyme acetyl-CoA synthetase, an enzyme that attaches coenzyme A to acetate with the expenditure of ATP.”
“This is not to say that we, our insurance companies, and our government are appropriately or efficiently incentivizing a complex healthcare delivery system, as you discuss in CoA.”
“Having no experience in federal criminal practice, I went straight to the CoA because I assumed there was already a review process for a district judge to be woken in the middle of the night (taking call is a bitch) and hear an emergency plea in the case of a denied warrant.”
“Anyone who wants to, and who can find a lawyer to help him, can appeal a CoA ruling to the Supreme Court.”
“We are told that the courts of appeals are supposed to give a great deal of deference to the reasoned (and reasonable) sentences meted out by district court judges, even where the judges of the CoA would reach a different sentence than that of the district court.”
“Why is HMG-CoA reductase a good target in the cholesterol pathway?”
“I need 3 reasons why HMG-CoA reductase is a better target for inhibting cholesterol synthesis than other enzymes in the pathway.”
“The clinical use of HMG CoA-reductase inhibitors and the associated depletion of coenzyme Q10: A review of animal and human publications.”
“The results presented here characterize subsequent steps in the pathway that yield the central metabolic intermediates pyruvate and propionyl coenzyme A (CoA).”
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