Independent of calpain, the researchers also found that host PKC played an important role in the loss of protein adducin from the host cytoskeleton, contributing greatly to its collapse.
What does PRK1 stand for?
PRK1 stands for PKC (Protein Kinase C)-Related Kinase-1
This definition appears frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Science, medicine, engineering, etc.
- Democratic People's Republic of Korea (ISO alpha-3 country code for North Korea)
- Partia Republikane e Kosovës (Republican Party of Kosovo)
- People's Republic of Kalifornia
- People's Republic of Kampuchea
- Photorefractive Keratectomy
- Polyteknikkojen Radiokerho (student ham radio club at Helsinki University of Technology)
- Port Kent (Amtrak station code; Portk Kent, NY)
- Primitive Recursive Kernel
- Puncture Repair Kit
- Punk Rock Karaoke (band)
- Protein Kinase, cAMP (Adenosine 3'5' Cyclic Monophosphate)-Dependent, Catalytic, Beta
- Protein Kinase, Amp-Activated, Noncatalytic, Gamma2
- Protein Kinase, cAMP (Adenosine 3'5' Cyclic Monophosphate)-Dependent, Regulatory
- Protein Kinase, cAMP (Adenosine 3'5' Cyclic Monophosphate)-Dependent, Regulatory, Type I, Alpha
- Primary Rat Kupffer Cells
- Professional Research Knowledge and Competency Study (4-H Club)
- Protein Kinase C, Alpha
- Protein Kinase C, Beta1
- Protein Kinase C, Epsilon
- Protein Kinase C Inhibitor 1
Samples in periodicals archive:
Earlier studies showed that cattle and buffaloes fed on PKC as supplements or basal diets generally show improved growth performance (Hutagalung and Mahyuddin, 1985; Jelan et al.
the soldiers seized a sniper rifle, an AK-47, 100 PKC rounds, five rocket-propelled grenade propellants and a Baghdad protection badge.
Abnormally high PKC activity has been implicated in preclinical studies of mania.
Kauppalehti, Finland -- PKC Group, a Finnish ODM and EMS firm, will transfer production from its factory in Raahe, Finland, to a lower-cost site in Kostomuksha, Russia, and has laid off 180 workers from the Raahe factory.
PKC is essential to the normal production of energy in the body, but a specific form of the enzyme--PKC-beta--has been linked to diabetic complications of the eye and other parts of the body.