Fas

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Fas or FAS may refer to:

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In science and technology[edit]

In biology and medicine[edit]

  • Fas receptor, also known as CD95, a receptor protein of the TNF receptor family that induces apoptosis on binding the Fas ligand
  • Fatty acid synthase, an enzyme in humans
  • Fetal alcohol syndrome, a birth-defect caused by overconsumption of alcohol during pregnancy
  • Foreign accent syndrome, a medical condition whereby a person acquires an accent when speaking their native language, usually as a result of brain damage

Other uses in science and technology[edit]

  • Fabric-attached storage, for computer data
  • Feedback arc set, a concept in graph theory
  • Ferrous Ammonium Sulfate or Mohr's Salt, a light green crystalline solid with the formula Fe(SO4)2(NH4)2.6H2O (CAS number: 10045-89-3)
  • Final assembly schedule, schedule for items to finish in a make-to-order (MTO) or assemble-to-order (ATO) environment
  • Forced Auto Stop, a hypermiling technique involving turning off an automobile's internal combustion engine, shifting into neutral and coasting down hills to reduce gasoline use

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