CTNS


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AcronymDefinition
CTNSCartons (packaging)
CTNSContainers
CTNSCenter for Theology and the Natural Sciences (Berkeley, CA)
CTNSCystinosis, Nephropathic
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Later the diagnosis of cystinosis in both patients was confirmed by clearly increased cystine in fibroblasts and mutational analysis of the CTNS gene.
With current clinical assays, cTns are detectable in the circulation 4-6 h after the onset of pain in acute myocardial infarction, peaking within 12-24 h and remaining increased for a few days (9).
Alterations in the distribution of cTns could have an impact on the ability of these biochemical markers to accurately indicate, when measured in blood, the presence of injury as well as the extent of damage to myocardial cells.
Professor BD Malhotrawho collaborated in this research from Delhi Technological University said, "The major issue with the conventional assays for the detection of cTns relates to poor sensitivity and limit of detection.
Regional Plan Association by Russell Van Nest Black (Records of the Regional Plan Association of San Francisco Bay Counties [hereinafter cited as RPA Records], Ctn. 1, Bancroft Library).
Joshua Moritz has for many years been associated with the Center for Theology and the Natural Sciences (CTNS) at the Graduate Theological Union in Berkeley.
* The inter-cluster routing transfers all the traffic among different clusters according to a generic mesh logical topology among all CTNs.
To test the feasibility of this idea, Stoeger, of the Vatican Observatory, and Robert John Russell, of the Center for Theology and the Natural Sciences at Berkeley (CTNS), organized an initial conference at Castel Gandolfo outside Rome in September 1987.
DISCUSSION: First described by Abderhalden (1) in 1903 cystinosis is a rare autosomal recessive lysosomal storage disorder resulting from mutations in the gene CTNS mapped to chromosome no 17p.