MAPs

(= microtubule-associated proteins) May form part of the electron-lucent zone around a microtubule. MAP1A and 1B (approximately 350 kD) from brain, form projections from microtubules; MAP2A and 2B (270 kD) are also from brain microtubules and form projections. MAP3 (180 kD) and MAP4 (220-240 kD) have been described as co-purifying with MAPs 1 and 2. Microtubule associated protein 2 is associated with axonal processes of vertebrate nerve cells and its presence distinguishes them from dendritic processes. MAP1C is in a separate class, being a motor molecule. ...

MAPS

Modular Azimuth Position System
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MAPS

[software] MAPS is a proprietary web-based Assessment or EPortfolio service. The software is entirely web services based and provides an array of evidence recording tools which are structured around a blog or learner diary. Users can belong to multiple institutions and individual portfolios are owned entirely by the individual. The individu...
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MAPS

acronym: Map Analysis Package System
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MAPS

acronym: Measurement of Atmospheric Pollution from Satellites
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MAPS

acronym: Mesoscale Analysis and Prediction System
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Maps

Four main types of air map were recognised internationally before the Second World War: (1) Basic Maps. These cover the whole World in 24 sheets and are intended for the planning of routes and to give general aeronautical information. (2) Route Maps. Drawn to a small scale, these are intended for navigational use on long journeys. (3) Local Maps: T...
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MAPs

Microtubule-associated proteins, may form part of the electron lucent zone around a microtubule. MAP1A and 1B approximately 350 kD) from brain, form projections from microtubules, MAP2A and 2B (270 kD) are also from brain microtubules and form projections. MAP3 (180 kD) and MAP4 (220-240 kD) have been described as co purifying with MAPs 1 and 2. Mi...
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MAPS

Monitoring Avian Productivity and Survivorship program, which utilizes constant-effort mist netting and banding and intensive point counts during the breeding season at a continent-wide network of stations. MAPS is coordinated by The Institute for Bird Populations (DeSante 1992).
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MAPS

Monitoring Avian Productivity and Survivorship program, which utilizes constant-effort mist netting and banding and intensive point counts during the breeding season at a continent-wide network of stations. MAPS is coordinated by The Institute for Bird Populations (DeSante 1992).
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MAPS

Monitoring Avian Productivity and Survivorship program, which utilizes constant-effort mist netting and banding and intensive point counts during the breeding season at a continent-wide network of stations. MAPS is coordinated by The Institute for Bird Populations (DeSante 1992).
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MAPS

Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies
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maps

nounplural of map.
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MAPs

Type: Abbreviation Definitions: 1. Abbreviation for microtubule-associated proteins, under protein.
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