RNP

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AcronymDefinition
RNPRequired Navigation Performance
RNPRibonucleoprotein
RNPRede Nacional de Ensino E Pesquisa (Portugese)
RNPRede Nacional de Pesquisa (Portuguese: National Research Network; Brazil)
RNPRegional Network Provider
RNPResearch Network
RNPRosa Nel Pugno (Italian Political Party)
RNPRajaji National Park (India)
RNPRanthambhore National Park (India)
RNPRibonucleoprotein Particle
RNPRegistered Nurse Practitioner
RNPRequired Navigational Performance
RNPResearch Networking Programme (various organizations)
RNPRassemblement National Populaire (French political party)
RNPRelay Node Placement
RNPRadio Network Planning
RNPRegional Network Provider (computing)
RNPRichtersveld National Park (South Africa)
RNPRemote Network Processor
RNPRengo Nonwoven Products (Japan)
RNPRegistered Nurse Permit (various locations)
RNPRepublican National Party
RNPRéseau National de Promotion (French: National Promotion Network)
RNPRevue de Neuropsychologie (French: Neuropsychology Journal)
RNPRemove for Non-Payment (Sprint)
RNPRadio Navigation Point
RNPRecovering Nurse Program (Louisiana)
RNPResearch for Nursing Practice
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Vaults are large, ovoid ribonucleoprotein particles that were discovered in 1986 as contaminants in preparations of clathrin-coated vesicles from rat liver tissues.
(1993) Vault ribonucleoprotein particles from rat and bullfrog contain a related small RNA that is transcribed by RNA polymerase III.
In oral SCC, the alliance of WT1 protein and Ribonucleoprotein particles (RNPs) suggested its involvement in RNA metabolism by the shuttling of WT1 protein between nucleus and cytoplasm.18
The spliceosome comprises five canonical subunits, namely U1, U2, U4, U5 and U6 small nuclear ribonucleoprotein particles (snRNPs) and numerous non-snRNP factors.
The correct cytoplasmic localization of mRNAs and their transport and silencing in messenger ribonucleoprotein particles (mRNPs), is dependent on the earliest steps of mRNA processing in the nucleus.