Ttg

Some articles on ttg:

Tissue Transglutaminase - Mechanism
... The catalytic mechanism for crosslinking in human tTG involves the thiol group from a Cys residue in the active site of tTG ... The deamidation of glutamine residues catalyzed by tTG is thought to be linked to the pathological immune response to gluten in celiac disease ...
Tonalite-Trondhjemite-Granodiorite
... Tonalite–trondhjemite–granodiorite (TTG) series are an aggregation of rocks that are formed by melting of hydrous mafic crust at high pressure ... granite–greenstones are dominated by TTG, although Late Archaean terranes, such as in the Yilgarn Craton, are dominated by potassium-rich granitoid rocks that are derived through remelting of older felsic TTG-dominate ... occurred in the Pilbara craton than is required by TTG-dominated crust ...
Travel Trade Gazette
... TTG, as it is widely known, was launched in 1953 by Leslie Stone and claims to be the world's oldest travel trade newspaper ... TTG also publishes ttgluxury, a quarterly publication for the luxury travel sector, and bespoke supplements ... TTG also operates the TTGbusiness.com and websites and provides online training courses through TTG Knowledge in partnership with Online Travel Training ...
Tilhas Tizig Gesheften - History - Dissolution
... fewer resources were available for acquisition by the members of TTG ... The arms and materials stolen by the TTG contributed to the Israeli war effort and warmaking capacity ... Most of the "members" of the TTG Brigade entered service in the Haganah and fought as part of the IDF during the war ...
Travel Trade Gazette Middle East & North Africa
... Travel Trade Gazette (TTG) Middle East North Africa is a travel trade publication focussed on the entire Middle East and North African region ... TTG Middle East North Africa has been the official daily newspaper at international travel fairs and exhibitions, including the Arabian Travel Market (ATM) in Dubai ... TTG MENA is also represented at other major shows throughout the year, such as FITUR TDIM, CONFEX, ITB, GIBTM, IMEX, WTM, and EIBTM ...