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PGParental Guidance Suggested (MPAA rating)
PGPoint Guard (basketball)
PGPrince George's (county in Maryland)
PGPittsburgh Post-Gazette (newspaper)
PGPerfect Game (baseball statistics)
PGPaying Guest
PGPower Generation
PGProject Gutenberg
PGPacific Grove
PGPapua New Guinea (ISO country code, top level domain)
PGPerugia (Italy)
PGPersian Gulf
PGProduct Group
PGProgrammer
PGPostgraduate
PGPhoenix Gold (car stereo manufacturer)
PGPeter Gabriel (music artist)
PGPrice Guide
PGPressure Gauge (Sprint)
PGPlease God
PGPenang (Malaysia)
PGPower Good (electronics)
PGProving Ground
PGPropylene Glycol
PGProstaglandin
PGPlaygirl (magazine)
PGPeer Group
PGPlasma Glucose
PGPerformance Guarantee
PGProteoglycan
PGPeter Griffin (cartoon character)
PGProject Group
PGPinot Gris (wine)
pgPicogram (one-trillionth of a gram)
PGPaul Graham (computer scientist and essayist)
PGPaint Grade (building supplies)
PGPell Grant
PGPepsinogen
PGProblem Gambling (behavioral health)
PGProfessional Geologist
PGSpratly Islands
PGPyoderma Gangrenosum (skin disorder)
PGPattern Generator
PGProtection Group (Nortel)
PGPublic Guardian
PGProsperity Gospel (religion)
PGPolicy Guide
PGPure Garbage
PGPort Gamble (Washington)
PGPeer Guardian
PGProjective Geometry
PGProcureur-Generaal
PGProcess Gas
PGPersona Grata (Latin: Welcom)
PGPlasma Gun
PGPacific Graphics (Pacific Conference on Computer Graphics and Applications)
PGProfoundly Gifted
PGPower Gamer (gaming)
PGPerfect Gem (Gaming, Diablo 2)
PGProctor & Gamble Company
PGPowder Game (online game)
PGProcessing Gain
PGPhosphogypsum
PGProcurement Group (TAT-14)
PGPwllgwyngyll (Wales)
PGPair Gain (telephony)
pGProfessional Gamer
PGPatrol Gunboat
PGPreventie en Gezondheid (Nederlandse Organisatie voor Toegepast Natuurwetenschappelijk Onderzoek)
PgParteigenosse (German: Member of NSdAP)
PGProfessionnel Gaz (French: Professional Gas)
PGProgressão Geométrica
PGPrisonnier de Guerre (French: Prisoner of War)
PGPermanent Grade
PGPeripheral Gateway (Cisco)
PGPeter Gardiner (Australian "Quiz King")
PGPin Gauge
PGPatrol Combatant
PGPlatoon Guide
PGPatch Guard (computer security)
PGParity Game
PGProspective Gain
PGPanzerrohr Gewinde (German: Conduit Thread; engineering supply)
PGPinoy Gamers (gaming group)
PGPlatinumGamers (now Pgen)
PGPatrol Combatant Ship
PGPhoto-Reconnaissance Group
PGPharmacopeia Germanica
PGPhilharmonia of Greensboro (Greensboro, NC)
PGProtective Guideline
PGPercutaneous Gastrostomy
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2) The cartilage tissue of the patients with osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis include biglycan fragments obtained due to breakdown of proteoglycans by ADAMTSs.
The Safranin O staining revealed changes in the proteoglycan profile in the injury groups.
21) Matrix collagen has a leaf-like structure with proteoglycans projecting from a central hyaluronic acid backbone.
The composition of this extracellular environment contains substances known as glycoproteins, mucopolysaccharides, glycosaminoglycans, proteoglycans, and collagen.
In a multivariate analysis, for every 10% loss in body weight, a patient's cartilage proteoglycan index improved by about 40 msec.
Cardiomyocyte expression of syndecan-2 during early stages of cardiac morphogenesis illustrates how this proteoglycan could be facilitating multiple roles during this critical period of embryogenesis.
The partial inhibition of SARS-CoV HSR1 by heparin suggests that the envelope proteins coating the SARS-CoV virions might be endowed with positively charged amino acids that could interact with negatively charged sulfate groups present on heparan sulfate proteoglycans expressed on the surface of target cells.
It contains two umbilical arteries and one umbilical vein which are embedded within a loose proteoglycan rich matrix known as Wharton's jelly.
These data are consistent with a severe derangement in the rate of proteoglycan production and deposition resulting from mutations in the diastrophic dysplasia sulfate transporter gene.
And, reports Mandrell, the microbes bound more snugly to a proteoglycans mixture than to a purified sample of one specific proteoglycan, collagen.
His team suspected these differences traced to proteoglycan production during adulthood.