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  • noun biochemistry Acronym of deadenylating nuclease, a protein that binds the 5' cap of mRNA and begins degradation in the 3' to 5' direction.
  • noun Acronym of Dynamic Albedo of Neutrons. (It is a scientific instrument of the Mars Science Laboratory rover Curiosity)

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Examples

  • Grade school education What pill is small round and yellow and on one side it has a line down the middle with the word DAN on each of it and the numbers 5216 on the other side of the pill?

    Answerbag: Latest Questions in Question Categories

  • The experience of thousands of children, parents, scientists, and doctors who are part of a unique collaborative effort called DAN!

    The UltraMind Solution

  • For an excellent consensus position paper on heavy-metal detoxification developed by the group involved with autism treatment called DAN! see www.autism.com/triggers/vaccine/heavymetals.pdf.

    The UltraMind Solution

  • Now we are talking about J-DAN, which is yet another acronym for us, but this is a bomb that is normally dumb, but has gone to college, if you will, and it has a pack in the tail, which allows it to receive information from a satellite known as global positioning system.

    CNN Transcript Oct 10, 2001

  • As Bygolly said I would suggest calling DAN ... they will be able to give you a lot quicker advice than you will get here.

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  • Will doctors, such as DAN (Defeat Autism Now) physicians that are effectively treating children with Autism biomedically, be unable to practice for compensation, or at least practice as freely as they do now?

    Medical Care - From Mayonnaise Jars to Mandates

  • Dana Holding Corporation (Yahoo's financial information for this company, ticker abbreviation "DAN")

    SaltShaker

  • Professor DAN ARIELY (Behavioral Economist, Duke University): So, you know, you go to a dentist and the dentist x-ray your teeth and they try to find cavities.

    The 'Irrational' Way Humans Interact With Dentists

  • Professor DAN ARIELY (Behavioral Economist, Duke University): So, you know, you go to a dentist and the dentist x-ray your teeth and they try to find cavities.

    The 'Irrational' Way Humans Interact With Dentists

  • DAN: I just wanted to know about what truly is sleep deprivation?

    Does Sleep (Or Lack Of It) Affect Weight Loss?

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