HR3

AcronymDefinition
HR3Homologous Region 3
References in periodicals archive ?
To identify hormonal signaling pathways affected by TBT, we studied changes in mRNA abundance on genes related to ecdysone (EcRB, HR3, HR38, and Neverland), methyl farnesoate (Hb2, SCR, and MET), and retinoic acid receptor (RXR) signaling pathways (LeBlanc 2007).
The expression levels of ecdysone-related genes (ECR, USP, E75, BR, HR3, and NTF2) and JH-related genes (MET, JHEH, HSP90, and JHi [Liu et al.
I discovered underground electronic club music in the mid-90s, when my best friend gave me a mixtape of Sven Vth at an HR3 Club Night.
The proposed method was tested on data sets captured with the inverted microscope Carl Zeiss Axio Imager.Z1 equipped with an AxioCam HR3 and a motorised stage in z-direction.
Carnell, The Old Stable Tea Rooms, Bear Street, Hay-on-Wye, Herefordshire HR3 5AN.
A new plant for the production of the HR3 antibody, a human monoclonal antibody developed by Cuban scientists and used in the treatment of head and neck cancer, opened in April in India.
JCAHO standards include HR3, which states, "Processes are designed to ensure that the competency of all staff members is assessed, maintained, demonstrated and improved on an ongoing basis." (5)
When concurrent urine samples were available, urine total protein was measured (benzethonium chloride, Roche modular analyzer, or 917 analyzer) followed by UPEP (Sebia Hydragel [[beta].sub.1]-[[beta].sub.2] 15/30 gels, HR3 program and acid violet stain); unconcentrated urine was used on the basis of recent recommendations (7).
Also new from Terex is the HR3.7 zero-tail swing mini-excavator.
* Reported out of the House International Relations Committee on 5 November 2001 as HR3 167 with H.