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  2. NetApp FAS - Wikipedia

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    ADP. Advanced Drive Partitioning (ADP) can be used in ONTAP-based systems depending on the platform and use-case. ADP can be used only with native disk drives from NetApp Disk shelves, FlexArray technology does not support ADP. ADP also supported with third-party drives in ONTAP Select.

  3. Water supply and sanitation in Bangladesh - Wikipedia

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    Access. In 2015, 87% of the population had access to "improved" water, and the figure was identical to rural and urban areas. In 2015, there were still around 21 million lacking access to "improved" water. Regarding sanitation, 61% of the total population had access to "improved" sanitation, or 58% and 62%, in urban and rural areas, respectively.

  4. Reynolds and Reynolds - Wikipedia

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    In February 2000, Reynolds formed a joint venture with Automatic Data Processing, Inc. and CCC Information Services, Inc. to create a web-based dealer-to-dealer parts network called ChoiceParts. [3] In January 2002, Reynolds and Reynolds announced it was switching from a Unix to a Windows -based system for its core software.

  5. John C. Whitehead - Wikipedia

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    John Cunningham Whitehead (April 2, 1922 – February 7, 2015) was an American banker and civil servant, a board member of the World Trade Center Memorial Foundation (WTC Memorial Foundation), and, until his resignation in May 2006, chairman of the Lower Manhattan Development Corporation.

  6. Actin - Wikipedia

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    Actin is a family of globular multi-functional proteins that form microfilaments in the cytoskeleton, and the thin filaments in muscle fibrils.It is found in essentially all eukaryotic cells, where it may be present at a concentration of over 100 μM; its mass is roughly 42 kDa, with a diameter of 4 to 7 nm.

  7. Glutamate–cysteine ligase - Wikipedia

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    Glutamate Cysteine Ligase (GCL) (EC 6.3.2.2), previously known as gamma-glutamylcysteine synthetase (GCS), is the first enzyme of the cellular glutathione (GSH) biosynthetic pathway that catalyzes the chemical reaction: