MRF

(redirected from Muscle Regulatory Factor)
AcronymDefinition
MRFMarkov Random Field
MRFMaterial Recovery Facility
MRFMaterials Recycling Facility
MRFMotorcycle Riders Foundation
MRFMovement for Rights and Freedoms (Bulgaria)
MRFMelanoma Research Foundation
MRFMultilink Frame Relay
MRFMultimedia Resource Function
MRFMaintenance Reset Function
MRFMedia Resource Function
MRFMunicipal Recycling Facility (various locations)
MRFMedium Range Forecast (weather forecasting model)
MRFMeningitis Research Foundation
MRFMobile Riverine Force
MRFMorgellons Research Foundation (Pittsburgh, PA)
MRFMyelin Gene Regulatory Factor
MRFMedical Research Foundation (Oregon Health and Science University; Portland, OR)
MRFMandela Rhodes Foundation (South Africa)
MRFMedical Research Facility (various locations)
MRFMulti-Role Fighter
MRFMuscle Regulatory Factor
MRFMagneto Rheological Finishing (method to polish optic lenses)
MRFMineral Resources Forum
MRFMøre Og Romsdal Fylkesbåtar (ferry boat and bus company in West Norway)
MRFMichigan Renaissance Festival
MRFMeeting Request Form
MRFMarfa Municipal Airport (Marfa, Texas airport code)
MRFMetal Removal Fluid
MRFMississippi River Festival (Southern Illinois University Edwardsville)
MRFMicrosoft Readiness Framework
MRFMobile Reconnaissance Force
MRFMaintenance Request Form
MRFMusic Royalty Fee (intellectual property)
MRFTurk Movement for Rights and Freedoms (Bulgarian political party)
MRFMaintenance Replacement Factor
MRFMission Request Form
MRFMasonic Restoration Foundation
MRFMentally Retarded Female (TV show Arrested Development)
MRFMadras Rubber Factory, Ltd.
MRFMaterial Return Form (transport)
MRFMonthly Report Form
MRFMultiple Risk Factors
MRFMilitary Retirement Fund
MRFManager Review File
MRFMinimum Residual Flow (water Industry, volume of water which must be left in a river)
MRFMaterial Request Form
MRFMetal Recovery Facility (US DOE)
MRFMarmarth Research Foundation
MRFManagement for Responsible Fisheries (FAO)
MRFMost Recent Forecast
MRFMississippi River Fund
MRFMusic for the Royal Fireworks (Handel composition)
MRFMessage-Refusal Signal (ITU-T)
MRFMinipig Research Forum (UK)
MRFMission Reliability Factor
MRFMaster Record Form (insurance)
MRFModi Rubber Factory (Chennai, India)
MRFModular Rigid Frame (construction industry)
MRFModule Repair Facility
MRFMSE Repair Facility
MRFMilestone Reference File
MRFMaterial Review Form
MRFMobile Relay Facility
MRFMinority Risk Factors
References in periodicals archive ?
There is a general consensus on the fact that Cr-induced muscle anabolism depends mainly on its capacity to stimulate the mRNA expression of muscle regulatory factors, namely, Myo-D, Myf-5, MRF-4, and myogenin, and of IGF-1 [120] and to repress that of myostatin [169].
Interestingly, some of the effects elicited by supplementary Cr overlap with, and may reinforce, the positive ones induced by physical exercise (i.e., higher expression of PGC-1[alpha] and of muscle regulatory factors), and others (i.e., the ergogenic ones) do support physical training: on the whole, these peculiar traits are likely to give rise to a positive loop that, with regard to sarcopenia, suggests that supplementary Cr may positively interact with physical exercise.
During myogenesis, the expression of the muscle regulatory factors (MRFs) family is associated not only with activated satellite cells and myonuclei but is also crucial in regulating the ongoing rates of AChR gene transcription [65-67].