MHS

(redirected from RYR1)
Also found in: Medical, Financial, Acronyms.

MHS

This article is provided by FOLDOC - Free Online Dictionary of Computing (foldoc.org)

MHS

(1) (Message Handling Service) An earlier messaging system from Novell that supported multiple operating systems and other messaging protocols, including SMTP, SNADS and X.400. It used the SMF-71 messaging format. Standard MHS ran on a DOS machine attached to the server, while Global MHS ran as a NetWare NLM. With NetWare 4, MHS was discontinued and superseded by GroupWise. See GroupWise.

(2) See messaging system.

(3) (MH/s) (Mega HASHes per SECond) One million hashes computed in one second. The term typically refers to cryptocurrency validation and mining. See cryptographic hash function and Bitcoin mining.
Copyright © 1981-2019 by The Computer Language Company Inc. All Rights reserved. THIS DEFINITION IS FOR PERSONAL USE ONLY. All other reproduction is strictly prohibited without permission from the publisher.
References in periodicals archive ?
Biochemical, ECF18R, and RYR1 gene polymorphisms and their associations with osteochondral diseases and production traits in pigs.
showed that in [RYRI.sup.Y522S/WT] mice the enhanced production of oxidative species of oxygen and nitrogen (ROS and RNS, resp.) results in RYR1 S-nitrosylation/glutathionylation, covalent modifications of RYR1 which further increase the opening probability of the mutated channel [28].
Interestingly, RyR1 siRNA and RyR2 siRNA were equally effective in blocking the dendrite-promoting activity of PCB-95.
Hamilton, "Regulation of RYR1 activity by [Ca.sup.2+] and calmodulin," Biochemistry, vol.
Expression of siRNA specific for either RyR1 or RyR2 [for characteriza-tion of siRNA specificity, see Supplemental Material, p.
We used cultured myotubes derived from surplus muscle pieces and examined changes in myoplasmic [[Ca.sup.2+]] at the single cell level following exposure to the RYR1 activators caffeine, halothane and 4-CmC in conjunction with traditional CICR testing.
Numerous studies have shown that volatile anaesthetics activate RYR1 to evoke MH (11,12).
RyR channels are homotetramers composed by four RyR polypeptides, associated with four FK506-binding proteins (FKBP12 for RyR1 and FKBP12.6 for RyR2), needed for normal gating (activation/inactivation) of the channel (2, 3).
OBJECTIVE: We aimed to define the structure-activity relationship (SAR) for PBDEs and their metabolites toward ryanodine receptors type 1 (RyR1) and type 2 (RyR2) and to determine whether it predicts neurotoxicity.
Advances in analysis of the RYR1 gene (which encodes the skeletal muscle ryanodine receptor) show that genetic Examination is a useful adjunct to the in vitro contracture test in the diagnosis of malignant hypothermia, as defects in RYR1 have been shown to be responsible for malignant hyperthermia susceptibility.
Protein fragmentation as a regulatory mechanism: insights from two different [Ca.sup.2+] channels, RyR1 and IP3R.
Additionally, RYR1-RM comprise a group of rare skeletal muscle diseases due to mutations in the ryr1 gene, which lead to leaky channels.