Protein Sample Clauses

Protein. The term “Protein” shall mean conjugated or unconjugated Amino Acids, peptides, peptidomimetics, Polypeptides, proteins and protein mimetics. Non-limiting examples of Proteins include an antibody, an antibody fragment and a peptide aptamer.
Protein. Since June 2002, Xxxxxx management has had discussions with various investment banks to determine whether to engage one of them to assist the Company in exploring potential transactions involving Omega Protein. As of the date of this report, no offers have been received and no agreements or understandings have been entered into by the Company relative to Omega Protein. There can be no assurance: that a satisfactory transaction involving Omega Protein will emerge, the timing of any such transaction, if any; or whether the transaction will ultimately enhance Xxxxxx stockholder value or how that value will be realized. On November 13, 2002, the Board of Directors approved and authorized Xxxxxx to make a cash tender offer of $28 per share, for up to 500,000 shares of its common stock, or approximately 20.9% of its outstanding common stock. In connection with the approval of this tender offer, the Board of Directors terminated the existing authorization for the repurchase of up to 500,000 shares in open market or private transactions. At the time of such termination, no shares had been repurchased under this program. On December 6, 2002, the Board of Directors terminated the self-tender offer in light of its rejection of an unsolicited proposal to acquire the Company at a price of $35 per share and the fact that the Company's stock had consistently traded above the tender offer price following the self-tender offer announcement. Additionally on December 6, 2002, the Board of Directors further authorized the Company to purchase up to 500,000 shares of its outstanding common stock in the open market or privately negotiated transactions. The shares may be purchased from time to time as determined by the Company. Any purchased shares would be placed in treasury and may subsequently be reissued for general corporate purposes. The repurchases will be made only at such times as are permissible under the federal securities laws. No time limit has been placed on the duration of the program and no minimum number or value of shares to be repurchased has been fixed. Xxxxxx reserves the right to discontinue the repurchase program at any time and there can be no assurance that any repurchases will be made. As of the date of this report, no shares have been repurchased under this program. During 2002, the Company received a federal tax refund of approximately $17.3 million primarily related to losses realized on the sale in 2001 of certain non-investment grade securities and ...
Protein. The term “Protein” shall mean conjugated or unconjugated Amino Acids, peptides, peptidomimetics, Polypeptides, proteins and protein mimetics.
Protein. However, unmodified recombinant shh protein or other forms of the shh protein obtained by chemical modification may also be used. The related human recombinant Indian hedgehog (ihh) protein or its modified forms may also be used.
Protein faa.gz: a fasta file containing coded proteins sequences. • viral.1.genomic.fna.gz: a fasta file containing genome sequences. • viral.1.protein.gpff.gz containing several coded proteins information. • viral.1.genomic.gbff.gz containing several genomes information. We added 22 already annotated genomes which were not present in the database and are important for marine ecosystem studies: • Sputnik virophage 2 (JN603369.1) • Ostreococcus tauri virus RT-2011 (JN225873.1) • 7 strains of Emiliania huxleyi virus (JF974318.1, JF974310.1, JF974311.1, JF974317.1, HQ634145.1, JF974291.1, JF974290.1 • 2 strains of Micromonas pusilla virus (JF974320.1, HQ633072.1) • 2 strains of Phaeocystis globosa virus (HQ634144.1, HQ634147.1)
Protein. The average protein content of the milk for any month may not be less than 3,0%. If milk with an average of less than 3,0% protein content is delivered in any given month, the Milk Producer will receive a warning after the first month, and for a second consecutive month or more, a quality deviation levy, calculated at 5,0 cents per litre on all milk delivered during such month(s), will be deducted for as long as the average protein remains below 3.0%. 6 Lactose (Milk sugar) The lactose content of milk must be between 4,5% and 5,0%. If milk is delivered with a lactose content outside these limits, the Milk Producer will receive a warning. Should the discrepancy continue for more than two months, milk collection will cease.
Protein.  If meat is offered on the menu, minimize the purchase of processed meats.5 1 Vegetables may be included as part of the main dish and/or as a side item. 2 Recommend plant-based dishes to include fruits, vegetable, beans, and legumes. 3 Locally grown is defined by the Los Angeles Food Policy Council as within a 200 mile radius of Los Angeles. 4 Grain-based foods are considered whole grain when the first ingredient listed on the ingredient list is a whole grain. Whole grain ingredients include brown rice, buckwheat, bulgar, millet, oatmeal, quinoa, rolled oats, whole-grain barley, whole-grain corn, whole-grain sorghum, whole-grain triticale, whole oats, whole rye, whole wheat and wild rice. 5 Examples of processed meats include bacon, sausage, hotdogs, salami, corned beef, jerky, ham or other meats that have been smoked, cured, or had salt or preservatives added. Dairy  If milk is offered include soy, rice, and/or other similar non-dairy milk alternatives without added sweeteners.  Recommend purchasing low-fat or non-fat yogurt and cheese.  Recommend purchasing yogurt with no added caloric sweeteners or yogurts labeled as “reduced sugar” or “less sugar.” Condiments  Require at least two healthy salad dressing options, including one low-sodium, low- calorie, low- fat, cholesterol-free creamy salad dressing and one vinaigrette salad dressing.  Recommend low-sodium, low-calorie, low-fat, cholesterol-free, and low-sugar condiment options.6 Reduced Portion Sizes  At least two food entrées per meal service shall be offered in a reduced-size portion7 at a reduced price.

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