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from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • abbr. epidermal growth factor

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  • One important step in the events leading to the biological action of EGF is the phosphorylation of a specific amino acid tyrosine on the EGF receptor.

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  • Strano's team used the array to study the flux of hydrogen peroxide that occurs when a common growth factor called EGF activates its target, a receptor known as EGFR, located on cell surfaces.

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  • (NYSE: EGF) ( "EGF") has adopted a level distribution plan (the "Plan") and employs either a managed distribution or an option over-write policy to support a level distribution of income, capital gains and/or return of capital.

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  • The presence of MSC within the tumor also enhanced expression of growth factors such as EGF and HGF.

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  • STATs can be activated by other means, for example by growth factor receptors, such as EGF,

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  • (e.g. dendritic cells and macrophages) but it is also prominent in cells stimulated with growth factors (such as EGF) [30] - [34].

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  • Eventually, EGF realized that it's all part of the game.

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  • Looking at the website now, what strikes me is how little the EGF appears to have actually done in its five years of existence.

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  • Idly checking the state of debate among Eurosceptics, I was wryly amused to discover that the latest bogeyman is the European Gendarmerie Force, or EGF.

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  • In fairness, the more mainstream swivel-eyed loons haven't touched this one, apart from Ashley Mote MEP noting that the EGF website talks of the EU constitution, thus a "clear admission" of what the Lisbon Treaty really is (because obviously it is more likely that the governments of 27 countries would collectively lie to their people than that a poorly-written website might be inaccurate).

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