PNAS

AcronymDefinition
PNASProceedings of the National Academy of Sciences
PNASPhosphate:Na + Symporter
PNASPensacola Naval Air Station
PNASPresenilin Near the Active Site
PNASPhilippine National Airsoft Society
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Additionally, as described in the PNAS article, we learned that EAir has xeno transplantation or cross species capabilities.
PNAS (Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States).
Recently, experimental neurosciencists are getting a better understanding of how the brain is wired, and theories like those published in PNAS by Doiron's group give a context for their findings within a cognitive framework.
PNAS is one of the world's most-cited multidisciplinary scientific serials.
Our research published in PNAS suggests that inhibiting the Wnt pathway within tumors has the potential to improve treatment for multiple cancers," said Austin Gurney, Ph.
Dana Compton, Publication Director of PNAS, said, "We are pleased to partner with Glencoe Software to offer this new streamlined presentation of video data in PNAS research articles.
Our results suggest a remarkable fidelity in the transmission of some words and give theoretical justification to the search for features of language that might be preserved across wide spans of time and geography," Pagel and his team wrote in the PNAS paper.
Mild hyperthermia inhibits homologous recombination, induces BRCA2 degradation, and sensitizes cancer cells to poly [ADP-ribose] polymerase-1 inhibition," PNAS, doi: 10.
A synthesis published in a second paper appearing this week in PNAS, 'Multimodel assessment of water scarcity under climate change' (doi:10.
The lead author of the PNAS paper, CSIRO's Dr Pep Canadell--Executive Director of the Global Carbon Project (GCP) (2)--says the acceleration in climate change is due to global economic growth, a more 'carbon-intensive' economy, and a reduced capacity of the land and oceans to absorb carbon from the atmosphere.
In the June 21 PNAS, Anversa and his team report injecting two growth-inducing proteins into the animals' hearts.