CTIPCargo Theft Interdiction Program (California)
CTIPCombat Trafficking in Persons (US DoD)
CTIPCoupled Thermosphere Ionosphere Plasmasphere
CTIPCommittee for Truth in Psychiatry (est. 1984)
CTIPCentre de Traitement de l'Information du PMSI
CTIPClinical Tobacco Intervention Program (Canada)
CTIPConcentrate of Thermostable Intestinal Peptides
CTIPComputer to Intaglio Plate (laser engraving technology)
CTIPCareer Technical Implementation Plan (educations; various organizations)
CTIPCoastal Training and Information Program (National Estuarine Research Reserves)
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Diemer-Biehs et al., "Polo-like kinase 3 regulates CtIP during DNA double-strand break repair in G1," Journal of Cell Biology, vol.
The battalion expanded its QASPs to provide for systematic surveillance of contractor compliance with contract clauses related to CTIP, host nation labor laws, and sexual harassment and response prevention training.
Dashwood et al., "HDAC turnover, CtIP acetylation and dysregulated DNA damage signaling in colon cancer cells treated with sulforaphane and related dietary isothiocyanates," Epigenetics, vol.
The list of SIRT1 substrates is continuously increasing and includes numerous transcription factors for example: p53, members of the FOXO family, hairy and enhancer of split 1 (HES 1), hairy/enhancer-of-split related with YRPW motif 2 (HEY2) , peroxisome proliferator - activated receptor gamma (PPAR g), chicken ovalbumin upstream promoter transcription factor (COUPTF)- interacting protein 2 (CTIP 2), p300, PGC-1 a (PPAR g coactivator), and nuclear factor kB (NFkB) (Michan and Sinclair, 2007; Pillarisetti, 2008; Haigis and Guarente, 2006; Yamamoto et al., 2007).
It interacts with the BRCA1-associated RING finger domain protein (BARD1) (Jensen et al., 1998) which is required for ubiquitin ligase activity, the MRE11/RAD50/NBS1 (M/R/N) recombination repair complex, a putative DNA helicase BRCA1-associated C-terminal Helicase (BACH1) (Cantor et al., 2001), the CtBp-interacting protein CtIP (Kaelin et al., 1990) and RNA polymerase II (Scully et al., 2000).
The effects of mild and severe traumatic brain injury on speed of information processing as measured by the computerized tests of information processing (CTIP).
The government also established a counter trafficking in persons (CTIP) office--as mandated by the 2009 PTIP Act--to lead national anti-trafficking efforts and develop a national action plan.
UDRI operates and maintains the Air Force Research Laboratory's Coatings Technology Integration Office (CTIP), which serves as an independent laboratory for the evaluation of coatings proposed for use in military applications and also provides problem solving support and corrosion analysis and prevention recommendations.
The round was led by CT Investment Partners (CTIP) and included contributions from several new and existing investors.
Even if the systems themselves cannot be fully integrated, the implementation of a centralized data warehouse or a clinical technology integration platform (CTIP) that aggregates selected data from each system and facilitates communications between the technologies can deliver important benefits that improve the efficiency and quality of late-phase trials.
Washington, Dec 25 (ANI): Scientists at the Salk Institute for Biological Studies have found that a protein named CtIP plays an essential role in the DNA damage "signal-to-repair" conversion process.
COUP-TF interacting protein (CTIP) is capable of repressing both initial as well as late phase of HIV-1 gene transcription in microglial cells (49).