cyclophilin

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cyclophilin

[‚sī·kə′fil·ən]
(biochemistry)
An abundant cytoplasmic protein that catalyzes cis-trans isomerizations; it has a high affinity for the immunosuppressive drug cyclosporin A.
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1) Under PPIA, personal information was defined as "information about a living individual which can identify the specific individual by name, date of birth, or other description contained in such information (including such information as will allow easy reference to other information and will thereby enable the identification of the specific individual)".
Because the Vermont GE food labeling statute "mandates a GE disclosure that is clearly in addition to and different than the marking, labeling, and packaging requirements imposed under the FMIA and PPIA," the statute's "GE disclosure requirement is therefore expressly preempted" with respect to GE meat and poultry products.
The high-frequency ARGs that correlated with canonical variables include PPIA, TSG101, CUL5, NCOR2, IDH1, and MYH9.
Upon amplification of five housekeeping (ACTB, GAPDH, HPRT, PPIA, and TBP) and three genes of interest (IGF1, PDK4, and PPARD), transcript abundance of the samples collected at 6 h postmortem substantially decreased (p<0.
The program faculty and those who helped create it over the past two-three years are very excited about the huge potential of PPIA, which we feel is rather unique and certainly fills an important need in Lebanon and the region," Dr.
for poultry, although the PPIA also exempts the on-farm slaughter and
The PPIA rs8177826 C>G SNP located in the promoter region of the gene coding cyclophilin A, the intracellular receptor of cyclosporine (and not tacrolimus), decreases NFAT1IC50 and explains 37% of its interindividual variability.
The FMIA and the PPIA provide that records must be made available in "a reasonable time and reasonable manner.
Combining using the two reference genes for normalization, B2M and PPIA, the average expression stability values can obtain rather small M values for the samples of whole blood (0.
We also carried out MNAzyme RT-qPCR reactions with transcripts for 2 reference genes (RGs): B2M and PPIA [peptidylprolyl isomerase A (cyclophilin A)] (see Table 4 in the online Data Supplement).
The firm has embarked on a series of enhancement and expansion works, including the recent completion of the new passenger exit at the International Arrival concourse at the PPIA, the refurbishment of the commercial zones at both airports- expansion of the floor surface for the duty-free outlets, commissioning of new boutiques and F&B outlets with popular brands joining the airports.
Under Section 20 of the FMIA and Section 466 of the PPIA, FSIS also is responsible for determining the equivalence of other countries' meat and poultry safeguards.