V2R

AcronymDefinition
V2RVision to Reality (mobile computing; Schriesheim, Germany)
V2RVirtual to Real
V2RVehicle-to-Roadside (wireless vehicle communication)
V2RVasopressin-2 Receptor
V2RVector-to-Raster
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Unveiling V2R project on Thursday, the AJK President Sardar Masood Khan said that after every natural calamity, valiant people of the liberated territory have proved their unprecedented spirit by providing relief to the affected people.
However, a full understanding of mechanisms involved to the progressive renal disease is still unclear, in particular V2R and AQPs in the kidney of obesity-induced adipose tissue.
(2) In the vehicle-to-RSU (V2R) communication model, we set a fully trusted authority (TA), which generates an anonymous identity of a legitimate vehicle according to its registered real identity and login password.
Receptor Receptor subtype Palmitoylation site type G protein-coupled receptors [alpha]1AR C120 [alpha]2AR Cys442 Adrenergic [beta]32AR Cys341 Cys265 5-[HT.sub.1A] Cys417, Cys420 Serotonin 5-[HT.sub.4] Cys328, Cys329 5-[HT.sub.7] Cys404, Cys438, Cys441 D1R Cys347, Cys351 Dopamine D2R C443 D3R C400 D4R Cys467 V1a Cys371, Cys372 Vasopressin V2R Cys341, Cys342 A(1)AR Cys309 Adenosine A2BAR Cys311 A(3)AR Cys305 Opioid [mu]-Opioid C170 [delta]-Opioid Unknown Cannabinoid CB(1) Cys415 Acetylcholine Muscarinic Cys457 Neuropeptide Y Y(1) Cys337 Melatonin MT(1), MT(2) Cys7.72, Cys7.77 Ligand-gated ion channels Glutamate NMDA Cysteine clusters in the C-terminus of GluN2A and GluN2B subunits.
-Vehicles (vehicle charging and communications systems, vehicle to vehicle / V2V, vehicle to roadside / V2R, and in-vehicle communications)
Lead V1R was placed at right sternal border in the fourth interspace, V2R left sternal border, V4R at the right mid-clavicular line in the fifth interspace.
As mobile wireless devices and networks become increasingly important, the demand for Vehicle-to-Vehicle (V2V) and Vehicle-to-Roadside (V2R) or Vehicle-to-Infrastructure (V2I) communication will continue to grow.
In vertebrates, they are coded by six major multigene families: the trace amine-associated receptors (TAAR) [5], the olfactory receptors (OR) [6], the type I and II vomeronasal receptors (V1R and V2R) [3, 4, 7], and type I and II taste receptors (T1R and T2R) [1, 2].
That is, once the vehicle-to-roadside communication (V2R) is deployed, our proposal can be considered as the support for many vehicular positioning-related applications.
Fraser Valley Aboriginal Children and Family Services Society, #1-7201 Vedder Raod, Chilliwack, BC, V2R 4G5.