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Last seen on: LA Times Crossword 12 Nov 2017, Sunday
Random information on the term “Sort”:
Sorting is any process of arranging items systematically, and has two common, yet distinct meanings:
In computer science, arranging in an ordered sequence is called “sorting”. Sorting is a common operation in many applications, and efficient algorithms to perform it have been developed.
The most common uses of sorted sequences are:
The opposite of sorting, rearranging a sequence of items in a random or meaningless order, is called shuffling.
For sorting, either a weak order, “should not come after”, can be specified, or a strict weak order, “should come before” (specifying one defines also the other, the two are the complement of the inverse of each other, see operations on binary relations). For the sorting to be unique, these two are restricted to a total order and a strict total order, respectively.
Sorting n-tuples (depending on context also called e.g. records consisting of fields) can be done based on one or more of its components. More generally objects can be sorted based on a property. Such a component or property is called a sort key.
Random information on the term “ILK”:
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Lysophosphatidic acid phosphatase type 6 is an acid phosphatase enzyme that is encoded in humans by the ACP6 gene.
It acts as a phosphomonoesterase at low pHs. It is responsible for the hydrolysis of Lysophosphatidic acids (LPAs) to their respective monoacylglycerols and the release a free phosphate group in the process. The enzyme has higher activity for myristate-LPA (14 carbon chain), oleate-LPA (18 carbon chain and one unsaturated carbon-carbon bond), laurate-LPA (12 carbon chain) or palmitate-LPA (16 carbon chain). When the substrate is stearate-LPA (18 carbon chain), the enzyme has reduced activity. Phosphatidic acids can also be hydrolyzed by lysophosphatidic acid phosphatase, but at a significantly lower rate. The addition of the second fatty chain makes fitting into the active site much harder.