PH

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AcronymDefinition
PHTelephone
PHPhilippines (Internet top level domain)
PHPublic House
PHPotential of Hydrogen - negative 10-base log (power) of the positive hydrogen ion concentration; measure of acidity
PHPublic Health
PHHuman Performance
PHPhase
PHPhysical (layer, ISDN)
PHPopulation Health
PHPenthouse
PHPlease Help
PHPantyhose
PHPhotograph
PHParis Hilton
PHPearl Harbor
PHPerth (postcode, United Kingdom)
PHPersonal Hygiene
PHPulmonary Hypertension
PHPublic Holiday
PHPerpetual Help (Catholic schools)
PHPhiladelphia Chromosome (molecular biology)
PHPurple Heart
PHPeople Here (chat)
PHParliament House (various locations)
PHPhosphates
PHPizza Hut
PHPennsylvania Hospital
PHPhenyl
PHPhotocopy
PHPhot (unit of illumination)
PHPort Harcourt
PHPranic Healing
PHPandora Hearts (anime)
PHPädagogische Hochschule (German: University on Education)
PHPhysically Handicapped
PHPin Hole
PHParathyroid Hormone
PHpubic hair
PHPulmonary Hemorrhage
PHProvidence Hospital
PHPleckstrin Homology
PHPrecipitation Hardening (steel)
PHPlace Holder (gaming)
PHProfessional Hunter
PHPhantom Hourglass (Zelda game)
PHPolicyholder (insurance)
PHParker Hannifin Corporation
PHPast Medical History
PHPotato Head (toy)
PHPotencial Hidrógeno (Spanish: Potential Hydrogen)
PHPeak Hour
PHProportional Hazard(s)
PHPurpura Hemorrhagica (horses)
PHPartial Hepatectomy
PHPhillips Head (screwdriver)
PHPeace Health
PHPartido Humanista (Portugese: Humanist Party)
PHphenylalanine hydroxylase
PHPaid Holiday
PHPilot House
PHPortola Hills (California)
PHPacket Header
PHPorter Hall
PHPlayer's Handbook (Dungeons & Dragons)
PHPharmacie Hospitalière (French: Hospital Pharmacy)
PHPablo Honey (Radiohead album)
PHPyramid Head (Silent Hill video game/movie)
PHPersonal Holiday
PHPackage Handler
PHPondus Hydrogenii (Latin: Hydrogen Weight)
PHPersonal Historian
PHPhase Type Distribution (probability concept)
PHProtocol Handlers
PHPacket Handler
PHPath History
PHPaul Heyman (former WWE Smackdown GM)
PHPotentia Hydrogenii (Latin: hydrogen power)
PHPoo Head
PHProbability of Hit
PHProduct Hierarchy
PHPrahova County (Romania)
PHPinch Harmonic (Guitar sound made by pinching the strings with the pick)
PHPizza Haven (Seattle, WA; est. 1958)
PHPillowhead (gaming clan)
PHParity High
PHPremium History (insurance)
PHPresentation Header (TMN)
PHPlataforma Humanista
PHPhysical Header
PHPrimal Heuristic (algorithm)
PHPorphyric Hemophilia (disease)
PHPhalasteen.com (website)
PHPuissance de Hydrogen (French: power of hydrogen)
PHProtection and Handset
PHPoké Hunters (webcomic)
PH(USN Rating) Photographer's Mate
References in periodicals archive ?
Pleckstrin Homology (PH) domains and phosphoinositides.
Carrawayet al., "A comparative analysis of the phosphoinositide binding specificity of pleckstrin homology domains," Journal of Biological Chemistry, vol.
van Aalten, "Binding of phosphatidylinositol 3,4,5 trisphosphate to the pleckstrin homology domain of protein kinase B induces a conformational change," Biochemical Journal, vol.
Benner, "A prediction of the secondary structure of the pleckstrin homology domain," Proteins, vol.
Akt, a pleckstrin homology domain containing kinase, is activated primarily by phosphorylation.
Especially, 581 genes that have Hanwoo-specific SNPs at least five are associated with immune activation by external stimuli, through epidermal growth factor-like domain (EGF-like domain), pleckstrin homology domain (PH domain), immunoglobulin subtype 2, and thrombospondin (Figure 3) (Chen et al., 2015).
(D) Epidermal growth factor-like domain (EGF-like domain), Pleckstrin homology domain (PH domain) and immunoglobulin subtype 2 have immune activation function from external stimuli.
The activation of AKT1 is driven by membrane localization, which is in turn initiated by the binding of the pleckstrin homology (PH) domain to phosphatidylinositol-3,4,5-trisphosphate (PtdIns(3,4,5)P3) or phosphatidylinositol-3,4-bisphosphate (PtdIns(3,4)P2), followed by phosphorylation of the regulatory amino acids serine 473 (Ser 473) and threonine 308 (Thr 308) [1].
Purohit, "Cancer associated E17K mutation causes rapid conformational drift in AKT1 Pleckstrin Homology (PH) Domain," PLoS ONE, vol.