Pan. Basse

13:21 Jan 8, 2018
French to English translations [PRO]
Medical - Biology (-tech,-chem,micro-) / Biochemistry test results
French term or phrase: Pan. Basse
Column headers as follows
Pan. Basse - Extr. Basse - Lim 1 - Lim 2 - Extr. haute - Pan. haute

Presumably Upper and Lower extraction; Upper and lower limits; upper and lower "Pan"

No figures entered in the "Pan" columns so not much to go on..

Any suggestions most welcome.
TIA Chris.
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liz askew
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Pour ce qui est du complexe 11S de la levure (PAN, Proteasome-Activating Nucleotidase), qui, contrairement à RP 19S, ne reconnaît pas l'ubiquitine, c'est le mouvement radial et latéral des boucles contenant Pro17 (reverse turn loop) par les boucles activatrices des extrémités C-terminales de PA26, qui les éloignent de ...

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18 Oct 2017 - Le travail présenté dans cette thèse porte sur le complexe d'activation du protéasome des cellules d'archaea (PAN). PAN est un complexe hexamerique énergie-dépendant découvert chez les archaeas et impliqué dans le dépliement des protéines substrat pour faciliter leur dégradation par le protéasome ...

liz askew
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Asker: Hi, Don`t think this is applicable. i`m more inclined to think of "panache" or something in that line. Perhaps the order they are given might be appropriate Pan basse - Extr basse - Lim 1 - Lim 2 Extr haute- Pan basse I might also be talking rubbish. Happy New Year, and thank you.

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neutral  philgoddard: It appears to be an abbreviation rather than an acronym.
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I don't know anything about biochemistry, or I'd look through it myself :-)

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