NKBNeurokinin B (physiology)
NKBNorthrup King Building (Minneapolis, MN)
NKBNihon Kick Boxing (Japan)
NKBNepean Kanata Barracudas (swim club; Ontario, Canada)
NKBNederlandse Klootschietersbond (Dutch sports organization)
NKBNational Kitchen and Bath Association (Hackettstown, NJ)
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Tachykinin receptor-3 encoded by TACR3 is the mediator of biologic actions of neurokinin B (NKB) encoded by TAC3.
The Imperial team gave NKB to rats and they had the rodent equivalent of a hot flush.
NKB: Petronia is definitely the inspirational aspect.
The man who was caught driving the Grandia at a police checkpoint, Norman Kho of NKB Lending Corp., had testified in court that he and Entote agreed to swap vehicles in 2009.
As for the positive, that supports the market, we might name the oil price stabilization (yesterday EU confirmed introduction of oil embargo against Iran from July 1); Italy does not exclude buying bonds of NKB, rumor says the EU prepared a project of partial transfer of the budget sovereignty by the ones that violated the fiscal discipline to the European authority.
In terms of Kashmir Pakistan and India and in terms of NKB Azerbaijan and Armenia are at loggerheads.
Two other tachykinin is known to exist, neurokinin A (NKA) and neurokinin B (NKB).
It has been shown that neurokinin B (NKB) neurons are involved in the preovulatory surge of LH and that most of NKB neurons in ARC co-localise with the estrogen receptor.
Arne Hanna Aquatic Center Acoustical tiles, $58, 970 to NKB Inc., 313 E.