TAPs

Transporters associated with antigen processing: ABC proteins involved in transporting protein fragments across ER membranes during antigen processing. See tapasin.

Taps

`Taps` is a musical piece sounded at dusk, and at funerals, particularly by the U.S. military. It is sounded during flag ceremonies and funerals, generally on bugle or trumpet, and often at Boy Scout, Girl Scout and Girl Guide meetings and camps. The tune is also sometimes known as `Butterfield{`}s Lullaby`, or by the first line of the lyric,...
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taps

lights-out noun (military) signal to turn the lights out
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TAPS

[buffer] TAPS is used to make buffer solutions. It has a pKa value of 8.44 (ionic strength I=0, 25°C). It can be used to make buffer solutions in the pH range 7.7–9.1. The pH (and pKa at I≠0) of the buffer solution changes with concentration and temperature, and this effect may be predicted using online calculators. Binds Co(II), Ni(II...
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Taps

Incoming plant voltage varies according to the distance from the substation and other factors. Taps allow a distribution transformer to provide secondary voltage as close as possible to the desired operating voltage.
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TAPS

N-tris(hydroxymethyl)-methyl-3-amino-propanesulfonic acid; buffer for pH range 7.7-9.1.
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TAPS

Trans-Alaska Pipeline System (natural gas)
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TAPS

Trans-Alaska Pipeline System.
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taps

[n] - (military) signal to turn the lights out
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