IRP

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AcronymDefinition
IRPIntramural Research Program (various organizations)
IRPIndustrial Rubber Products (various locations)
IRPInternational Research Project
IRPIntegrated Resource Plan
IRPInstitute for Research on Poverty (University of Wisconsin-Madison)
IRPInstallation Restoration Program
IRPInternational Realty Plus (various locations)
IRPIndependent Review Process (various organizations)
IRPIntermediary Relending Program (USDA)
IRPIncident Response Planning (various organizations)
IRPI/O Request Packet (Microsoft Windows NT)
IRPInput Output Request Packet
IRPInstitutional Research and Planning
IRPInternational Review Panel (various organizations)
IRPIndianapolis Raceway Park
IRPIncident Response Program (banking)
IRPIron Removal Plant (environmental health)
IRPInnovative Research Program (Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences)
IRPIron Regulatory Protein (biochemistry, nutrition)
IRPInternational Recovery Platform
IRPInterest Rate Parity
IRPInstitutions Représentatives du Personnel (French)
IRPIndividual Responsibility Plan (various locations)
IRPInstitute on Race and Poverty (Minneapolis, MN)
IRPInstitution de Retraite Professionnelle (French: Institution for Occupational Retirement)
IRPInstitutional Removal Program (US FEMA)
IRPIslamic Renaissance Party (Central Asia)
IRPIndependent Research Project
IRPInjury Research and Prevention (Louisiana)
IRPInformation Review Process
IRPInvestment Review Process
IRPIslamic Republic of Pakistan (Muslim State)
IRPInstitutional Repositories Program (National Institute of Informatics; Japan)
IRPInternational Rubber Products (Dominguez, CA)
IRPIllinois Republican Party
IRPInterposing Relay Panel
IRPInterest Rate Product (finance)
IRPImproved Response Program
IRPInstitute for Retired Professionals
IRPImmigration Representation Project (various locations)
IRPIntegration Reference Point (3GPP/UMTS)
IRPInformal Resolution Process (various organizations)
IRPInformation Resource Planning
IRPInterventional Radiology Procedure
IRPIndustrial Restructuring Project (various locations)
IRPIndependent Research Provider (investment finanical analysis firm)
IRPInternational Registration Plan, Inc.
IRPInvestor Reporting Package
IRPInterior Repatriation Program (US and Mexico)
IRPInformation Retrieval Program (various schools)
IRPInvestor Relations Partners, Inc. (various locations)
IRPIndustry Risk Profile (Aerosafe Risk Management; Australia)
IRPIntermediate Rated Power
IRPIntermediate Rated Power (aviation)
IRPIrish Punt (Irish Currency before 2002)
IRPInterior Router Protocol
IRPInstitute of Radiation Protection
IRPInterim Recovery Plan
IRPIndividual Research Paper
IRPInfrastructure Rehabilitation Program (Afghanistan; USAID)
IRPInformation Return Program
IRPIncident Reporting Procedure
IRPInsured Retirement Program (Canada)
IRPInternational Review of Pragmatics (journal; Brill)
IRPImmediate Response Please
IRPIntelligence Resources Program (Federation of American Scientists)
IRPIntern Registration Program
IRPIntegrated Regional Planning
IRPInitial Receiving Point
IRPISIS Re-Engineering Project
IRPInternational Roaming Platform
IRPIndustrial Readiness Planning
IRPIndustry Resource Planning (supply chain solutions)
IRPInventory Reduction Program
IRPInterference Reporting Point
IRPInformation Returns Processing/Program
IRPImproved Radar Program
IRPInformation Requirements Plan
IRPImage Rejection Processor
IRPItem Reduction Program
IRPIntegrated Response Plan (Oil Pollution Act of 1990)
IRPImplantable Retinal Prosthesis
IRPIntermediate Range Plan
IRPIan Randle Publishing
IRPInstallation Restoral Program
IRPIntelligence Research Paper
IRPInterim Repair Parts
IRPInterference Rejection Processing
IRPInitial Resupply Pack
IRPInteragency Research Program
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Tanaka et al., "Increased duodenal iron absorption through up-regulation of divalent metal transporter 1 from enhancement of iron regulatory protein 1 activity in patients with nonalcoholic steatohepatitis," Hepatology, vol.
This free iron forms a [4Fe-4S] cluster with iron regulatory protein 1 (IRP1), thus disengaging it from iron response elements (IRE) [35].
Severity of neurodegeneration correlates with compromise of iron metabolism in mice with iron regulatory protein deficiencies.
Iron, lactoferrin-and iron regulatory protein activity in the synovium; relative importance of iron [ILLEGIBLE TEXT] and the inflammatory response.
Moreover, ineffective erythropoiesis also plays a role in iron accumulation from suppression of iron regulatory protein Hepcidin by candidate modifier factors secreted by hyperplastic erythroid cells in the marrow.
[35] demonstrated that upregulation of iron regulatory protein 1 (IRP1) might be responsible for decreased expression of Fpn1 and increased cellular iron accumulation.
Regulation of expression occurs by means of an interaction between the iron regulatory protein, a molecule that senses changes in the chelatable intracellular iron pool (27-29), and iron-responsive elements located on untranslated regions of ferritin and TfR mRNAs (30, 31).
Intracellularly, ascorbic acid enhances iron-induced translation of ferritin (3) by favoring the conversion of the iron regulatory protein (IRP) from the RNA binding form to aconitase (3).
This regulation occurs by means of an interaction between the iron regulatory protein (IRP)', a molecule that senses changes in the chelatable intracellular iron pool X14-16], and iron-responsive elements (IREs) located on untranslated regions of ferritin and transferrin receptor mRNAs X16-18].
The well-known iron responsive elements - iron regulatory proteins (IRE-IRP) system is used for cellular regulation while expression of iron-regulatory hormone, hepcidin, is used for the status at systematic level.1,2,4
As established, the homeostasis of cellular iron is coordinated mainly by two iron regulatory proteins (IRP1 and IRP2) [56, 57], which could bind to DNA iron-response elements (IREs) and regulate their translations [58].
Liver toxicity is the predominant sequela of acute Fe and Cu poisoning, therefore aim behind this study was to investigate the changes in hepatic gene expression of these iron regulatory proteins (Hep, Fpn-1 and Tf) in response to acute Fe and Cu intoxication.