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CDKCyclin-Dependent Kinase
CDKCyberspace Developer Kit
CDKCore Design Kit
CDKConnector Development Kit
CDKCrypto Development Kit
CDKComponent Development Kit
CDKCluster Development Kit
CDKControl Development Kit
CDKC Decay (physics)
CDKComité Départemental de Karaté (French: Departmental Committee of Karate)
CDKCompagnie du Komo (French; African holding company; Libreville, Gabon)
CDKCermin Dunia Kedokteran (Indonesian: Mirror World Medical; journal)
CDKCri du Kangourou (French skate shop)
CDKCountry Dancing in Kalamazoo (Kalamazoo, MI)
CDKCercle Damien Kandolo (French; African Masonic group)
CDKContainerized Deployment Kitchen
CDKCasein-Dependant Kinase
CDKChannel Data Check
CDKCyclin Dependent Kinase Holoenzyme
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Speaking at the handover event, CDK managing director, Mr Jackson Kgatlhegang, said the company believed in integrating workers into the villages in which they operated unlike with some companies that had camps that separated workers from mingling with the community members.
In addition to improving editing tools, CDK has also rolled out several enhanced design features:
The CDK Global Partner Program provides its partners with the ability to integrate with a range of CDK applications, as well as with CDK dealer websites.
On ICs dataset, the verification results are not bad, the minimum value of AUC is 0.943 with FP4 substructure, and the maximum value is 0.956 with CDK substructure.
In the early 1990s, researchers suspected CDK inhibitors could be used to slow uncontrolled growth in a broad spectrum of cancers.
So, here we demonstrated that Achyranthesaspera Linn alkaloids increased apoptosis in breast cancer cell through upregulate p53 expression and inhibit CDK level in mammary cancer cells.
But he would have awakened to a world of telescopes built for digital imaging--one example being the PlaneWave 12.5-inch f/8 CDK reflector towering at my side on this serene August evening.
All six of the CDK clinics and practices in the case studies face financial challenges in providing CKD care, especially to support the multidisciplinary staff of nurses and other health professionals needed for a comprehensive practice.
Cell cycle progression is regulated by the cyclin-dependent kinase (CDK) family.
of Alberta) investigate such topics as telomerase-based and stress-triggered senescence, the classification on CDK inhibitors and modulating senescence in the context of cancer therapy.
Putative consensus sequences for additional kinases such as GSK3, Cdk, CaMKII, and PKA have been identified.
Some of the non-biological drugs, known as Cyclin-dependent kinase (CDK) inhibitors, are currently being tested for use in cancer treatment.