GHRSGeorgia House Rabbit Society (Marietta, GA)
GHRSGoddard High Resolution Spectrograph
GHRSGhosts and Hauntings Research Society (various locations)
GHRSGlobal Human Resource Solutions LLC (Taiwan)
GHRSGovernment Human Resource System (various states)
GHRSGlobal Human Resources Management
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Growth hormone receptor (GHR) is the receptor protein of GH.
Two samples of uterine tissue from each pig were rapidly collected, one of which was collected in an RNase-free 2-mL frozen tube and placed in liquid nitrogen, and then stored at -80[degrees]C for subsequent analysis of the relative mRNA expression of GHR. The second sample was promptly fixed in Bouin's solution for immunohistochemical analysis.
The physiological actions of GH are mediated by the growth hormone receptor (GHR), which is expressed on target cells and tissues.
Therefore, it is important to develop an antagonist for the porcine GHR (pGHR), which can be used to determine the underlying biological functions of the pGH-pGHR system, and for other pGHR-related studies.
Overview: Use the GHRS to search Titan's atmosphere for formaldehyde (C[H.sub.2]O) which, when combined with hydrogen cyanide (HCN), can produce simple, precursor organic molecules necessary for DNA formation.
Overview: Use the GHRS to try to measure the abundance of deuterium left over from the Big Bang in the local interstellar medium.
Unlike the FOS and GHRS, which use linear arrays of detectors, STIS uses two-dimensional arrays, one charge-coupled device (CCD) for visible wavelengths and two newly developed multianode microchannel arrays, or MAMAs, for ultraviolet.
The GHRS obtained separate far-ultraviolet spectra for two of them, R136a5 and R136a2, located just 0.2 arc second apart.
The next step, says Heap, will be to use Hubble's GHRS to take spectra of the 10 or so other brightest stars in R136, to see whether the fast-evaporating one is a fluke or typical.
The images reveal the same knotty structure that is so obvious in the GHRS spectra.
In all species, the GHR is a member of the class 1 hematopoietin receptor superfamily (Waters et al., 1999; Kopchick and Andry, 2000).