MBP

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MBP

(1) (MacBook Pro) See MacBook.

(2) (Manchester Bus Powered) A synchronous transmission standard used in industrial networks. It provides 31.25 Kbps over a two-wire connection that delivers power in the bus and intrinsic safety.
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Myelin basic protein (MBP) is a protein that is attaching myelin sheath to oligodendrocytes and its serum levels are stated to increase in early period after acute ischemic stroke.
Inhibition of tumor necrosis factor is protective against neurologic dysfunction after active immunization of Lewis rats with myelin basic protein.
Myelin basic protein immunoreactivity in the internal capsule of neoantes from rats on a low iodine intake or methylmercaptoimidiazole (MMI).
designed a DNA ring that encodes a slightly altered version of myelin basic protein.
Lipitor is also being studied in combination with the myelin basic protein BHT-3009-01.
The proposed mechanism of action of MBP8298 is, by design, to re-introduce such a state of "tolerance" to a critical portion of the nerve's Myelin Basic Protein that is an immunological site of attack in many MS patients.
People with secondary progressive multiple sclerosis are currently being enrolled in a phase II/III trial outside of the United States that will evaluate the impact of an intravenously administered synthetic peptide that targets a portion of myelin basic protein related to disease progression, according to the manufacturer, BioMS Medical Corp.
H]1 cells of MS patients are biased toward myelin basic protein (MBP) and proteolipid protein reactive cells [10].
Included are compositionally prominent (20%-50% of protein mass) myelin basic protein (MBP), protein zero ([P.
Key words: brain development, chlorpyrifos, glia, myelin basic protein, neurofilament protein, oligodendrocytes.
These abnormalities include increased numbers of white blood cells and higher-than-average amounts of protein, especially myelin basic protein and an antibody called immunoglobulin G.
Neural stem cells transplanted into the brains of newborn mice lacking myelin basic protein (MBP) disseminate and differentiate into functional oligodendrocytes (a type of nerve cell), according to a report in the June 7th issue of the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.