The third column of Table II presents statistics for firms other than parent firms that are covered in the PACAP database.
What does PRG1 stand for?
PRG1 stands for PACAP (Pituitary Adenylate Cyclase Activating Peptide)-Responsive Gene 1
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PACAP , which is among Australia's longest-running programs in the Philippines, has been providing direct aid to Filipino communities for more than 2 decades.
In pH 4-7 gradient 2-DE, various antimicrobial proteins--including PLUNC (palate, lung, and nasal epithelial clone), SOD, NKEF-B, PACAP, glutathione S-transferase pi, and DJ-1 proteins--were highly expressed in chronic sinusitis but expressed at low levels in nasal polyps.
Receptors and transcriptional factors involved in the anti-inflammatory activity of VIP and PACAP.
Using data collected from PACAP Database, we found that the average level of ownership held by financial institutions decreased from 31.
Data Collection and Descriptive Statistics Our study used only March 31 fiscal year-end and non-financial firms from the PACAP database for Japan compiled by the Pacific-Basin Capital Market (PACAP) Research Center at the University of Rhode Island.
PACAP stands for pituitary adenylate cyclase-activating polypeptide.
Reference Blood First Edition Paper, prepublished online, 13 November 2007, PACAP and its receptor VPAC1 regulate megakaryocyte maturation: therapeutic implications.