WNKWalloon Lake, Michigan (Amtrak station code; Walloon Lake, MI)
WNKWerkvoorzieningschap Noord-Kennemerland (Dutch: North Kennemerland Community Work Facility; North Kennemerland, Netherlands)
WNKWorkforce Network of Kansas (Kansas Department of Commerce; Topeka, KS)
WNKWinkfield, England (GSTDN Station)
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Gamba, "Advances in WNK signaling of salt and potassium metabolism: clinical implications," American Journal of Nephrology, vol.
Zhang et al., "Hyperkalemic hypertension-associated cullin 3 promotes WNK signaling by degrading KLHL3," The Journal of Clinical Investigation, vol.
Lifton, "Molecular physiology of the WNK kinases," Annual Review of Physiology, vol.
Xu et al., "Herbal extracts combination (WNK) prevents decline in spatial learning and memory in APP/PS1 mice through improvement of hippocampal A^ plaque formation, histopathology, and ultrastructure," Evidence-based Complementary and Alternative Medicine, vol.
(6) Human Genes: CYP21A2, cytochrome P450 family 21 subfamily A member 2; NR3C2, nuclear receptor subfamily 3 group C member 2; SCNN1A, sodium channel epithelial 1 alpha subunit; SCNN1B, sodium channel epithelial 1 alphabetasubunit; SCNN1G, sodium channel epithelial 1 gamma subunit; WNK4, WNK lysine deficient protein kinase 4.
Cotransporters, WNKs and hypertension: Important leads from the study of monogenetic disorders of blood pressure regulation.
After the 2005 peace agreement, the French firm had to prove its rights and defend its concession as a UK company White Nile (WNK.LN), started working on the ground with the support of Juba.
The Commission also discussed the current situation of block B, after the freeze on oil exploration in Jonglei state of the controversial British oil explorer headed by ex-England cricketer Phil Edmonds, White Nile (WNK.LN).