JAK


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AcronymDefinition
JAKJanus Kinase (aka Just Another Kinase)
JAKJakovlev (Soviet aircraft designer)
JAKJayne Ann Krentz (author; aka Amanda Quick and Jayne Castle)
JAKJust Another Kinase (aka Janus Kinase)
JAKJournalists Association of Korea (South Korea)
JAKJapanese Association at Kearney (University of Nebraska, Kearney)
JAKJazakom Allaho Khairan (Arabic: May Allah Reward You; Thank You)
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BLOOD & GUTS Peterborough's Ben Alnwick and his brother Jak of Port Vale before Saturday's encounter
Fans have enjoyed Jak and Daxter's signature style and varied gameplay, so we considered them prime candidates for our game," Maniago said.
Jak is looking for a job as a gym instructor and has also started going to Bridge VIS (Visual Impairment Society).
Understand the current scenario in myelofibrosis research with regard to JAK inhibitors.
Xeljanz is the first JAK inhibitor approved for RA patients.
Address : Co 8 Jak Li (Siachen) Pin-911008 C/O 56 Apo Delhi Cantt-10
It is an internally-discovered JAK inhibitor that has indicated a high affinity for each of the JAK family of enzymes (JAK1, JAK2, JAK3 and TYK2).
A centre to help seriously ill youngsters in memory of inspiring teen Jak Trueman will open this week.
Jak Trueman, 15, lost his fight with T-cell lymphoma just two days after making it to the school party with Hannah Boyd, 14.
NEWCASTLE United goalkeeping coach Andy Woodman has "no worries" about third choice Jak Alnwick coping with the pressure of first-team football.
Jak Tuite-Leach has made the massive leap from scooping top spot in talent show Castle Vale's Got Talent to a part in futuristic dance show Revolution, which opens at London's Theatre Royal tomorrow.