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SERSeries
SERSerial
SERService
SERSerial Number
SERSermon
SERSerbian (language)
SERSerine (amino acid)
SERSociaal Economische Raad (Dutch: Socio-Economic Council)
SERSociety for Ecological Restoration
SERSoutheast Region (NPS)
SERSoutheast Region
SERSIP Express Router
SERSyndicat des Energies Renouvelables (French: Renewable Energy Union; est. 1993)
SERSmooth Endoplasmic Reticulum
SERSymbol Error Rate (similar to BER)
SERSouth Eastern Railway
SERSafety Evaluation Report (US Department of Energy)
SERServicios Educativos Rurales (Spanish: Rural Education Service; Peru)
SERStatistical Error
SERSoft Error Rate (data storage/retrieval)
SERState Secretariat for Education and Research (Switzerland)
SERSociedad Española de Radiodifusión (Spanish Radio Society)
SERSociety for Epidemiologic Research
SERStructural Engineer of Record
SERSequence of Events Recorder
SERAsociacion Servicios Educativos Rurales (Spanish: Rural Educational Services Association; Peru)
SERSupination External Rotation (type of fracture)
SERSociedad de Educación y Rehabilitación (Spanish: Society for Education and Rehabilitation; Puerto Rico)
SERSurface Equivalente Radar (French: Radar Cross Section; stealth)
SERSentence Error Rate (machine translation evaluation)
SERSyndicat des Equipements de la Route (French: Union of Road Equipment)
SERService d'Economie Rurale (French: Department of Rural Economy; Luxembourg)
SERSocio-Economic Rehabilitation
SERSystem Evaluation Report
SERSpherical Equivalent Refraction
SERSequence of Events Recording
SERStudent Economic Review (journal; Trinity College Dublin)
SERStaples Easy Rebate
SERSatellite Equipment Room
SERFoundation for Subjective Experience and Research
SERSingle Electron Response (photomultiplier parameter)
SERSystems Engineering Report
SERSearch Engine Recognition
SERSouthern European Region
SERShemale Erotic Review
SERSociété d'Emulation de Roubaix (French: Society of Emulation of Roubaix; Nord, France)
SERSystem Evaluation Record
SERShore Establishment Realignment
SERSATCOM Equipment Report
SERSubscriber Edge Router (Shasta Networks)
SERSingle Event Upset Ratio
SERSoftware-Engineering Rodinger GmbH (Seligenstadt, Germany)
SERSystem Element Review
SERSystem Evolution Record
SERSimultaneous Electrolytic Recovery (gold processing)
SERSelected Early Release
SERSkin-Effect Range (microstrip lines)
SERSupport Equipment Requirements Sheet
SERSupportability Evaluation Report
SERSupport Equipment Requirement
SERSociété d'Evaluation Rwandaise
SERSociété d'Edition de Revue (French: Company Publishing Journal; various organizations)
SERSearch Engine Ranking (websites)
SERSu Eminencia Reverendísima (Spanish: His Eminence)
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Treatment response also correlated with lower CAMP expression and with lower serine protease and MMP activity among doxycycline patients.
Luke Lairson, an assistant professor of chemistry at TSRI said, "In addition to discovering an inhibitor that targets cancer metabolism, we also now have a tool to help answer interesting questions about serine metabolism.
The activity of the serine proteases was corroborated with a specific chemical inhibitor, PMSF (phenylmethanesulfonyl fluoride), at 10 mM in DMSO (dimethyl sulphoxide).
If NF-B is specifically inhibited at Serine 276 site then it could be useful in preventing metastasis and cancer.
It is now known that the increase in serine proteases blocks lamellar body secretion, so the lipids become trapped in the corneocytes.
For example, neutrophil granulocytes (a group of specialized white blood cells) react to bacteria by releasing substances called serine proteases.
2009) Impaired neurogenesis in embryonic spinal cord of Phgdh knockout mice, a serine deficiency disorder model.
3] Human genes: PRSS1, protease, serine, 1 (trypsin 1); PRSS2, protease, serine, 2 (trypsin 2); PRSS3, protease, serine, 3; TRB@, T-cell receptor [beta] locus.
Serine is a required component in the biosynthesis of purines and pyrimidines, as well as an indispensable precursor for the synthesis of the amino acids glycine, cysteine and D-serine.
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