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MAR

(1) (Microsoft Authorized Refurbisher) An organization that overhauls old computers and installs a version of Windows. Depending on who uses the computers, Microsoft has various licensing arrangements for Windows 2000 and XP that are priced way below the original OEM costs for the OS.

(2) (Mozilla ARchive) A file format for packaging updates for Mozilla projects. A MAR file contains a header, various binary files and an index.

(3) (Memory Address Register) A hardware circuit that holds an address in memory of data to be processed. The address was extracted from a machine language instruction.
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The protein levels of ATF4 and PDL1 had the closest proximity in both tissues, and they formed a cluster with those of IRF1, eIF2[alpha], and IFNAR1 in the tumor tissue.
This variable highly correlated (absolute value > 0.15) with PPIA (1.12), IDH1 (0.63), TRIM5a (0.53), NCOR2 (0.52), APOBEC3G (0.39), TLR9 (0.36), DC-SIGN (0.33), IL4 (0.30), PECI (0.25), SDF1 (0.22), TLR8 (0.17), MYH9 (-0.19), HLA-C (-0.21), IRF1 (-0.24), HLA-B (-0.31), PROX1 (-0.66), and TSG101 (-1.03).
Kordula said that as IRF1 affects the development of autoinflammatory diseases, targeting this previously unrecognized IL-1-induced cascade may be clinically important in the future.
These include Bcl2, CCND1, CXCL1, CXCL3, IL-18, IL-6, IRF1, NF-KB1, PTGS2, TNF-[alpha], TNFSF10, TRADD, and TRAF1.
(2) Jun kinase (JNK) and (3) extracellular signal-regulated kinase (ERK)1/ 2 following receptor ligation promote an activation of IRF1 that inhibits Foxp3 and GATA3 expressions [1].
NFAT: nuclear factor of activated T cells; IRF1: interferon regulatory factor 1; A-SMase: acid sphingomyelinase; DNA: deoxyribose nucleic acid; IL: interleukin.