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CRP

CRP

abbr.
1. carbon-reinforced plastic
2. C-reactive protein

CRP

abbreviation for C-reactive protein. See C-reactive protein test.

CRP

A gene on chromosome 1q21-q23 that encodes C-reactive protein, which belongs to the pentaxin family. It is involved in host immune defence due to its ability to recognise foreign pathogens and damaged host cells and trigger their elimination by interacting with humoral and cellular effector systems. Plasma CRP is markedly increased during the acute-phase response to tissue injury, infection or other inflammatory stimuli.

CRP

Lab medicine C-reactive protein, see there.

CRP

Abbreviation for C-reactive protein; cAMP receptor protein.

C-reactive protein (CRP)

A protein present in blood serum in various abnormal states, like inflammation.

CrP

creatine phosphate

CRP,

CRP

C-reactive protein; cyclic AMP-receptor protein.
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Interestingly, endothelial NOS uncoupling contributes to EMP release (19), and CRP has been shown to promote eNOS uncoupling (7-10).
In ASCOT, patients with an on-treatment LDL below the median had a reduced cardiovascular event risk regardless of their CRP level, while those with a higher LDL had a higher risk regardless of their CRP level.
High-sensitive (hs) CRP was determined using immunoturbidimetric assay (Roche Diagnostics GmbH) with an intra-assay variability of 3.
Using serum CRP concentrations determined on all study participants, comparisons were performed between the non-asthmatic/no shortness of breath individuals and those participants who were diagnosed asthmatics/symptomatic undiagnosed asthmatics.
In an analysis of 209 cases of colon cancer and 279 healthy controls, the researchers found that women with CRP levels in the highest quartile (the upper 25 percent) had a 2.
Pharmacological tools for modulation of CRP action are being developed.
Figure 1 shows the distribution of sale prices for those properties with and without CRP contracts.
Our study was a snapshot of a population, but it showed that white women have higher levels of CRP than both black and white men.
Rhodiola rosea, a famous herbal adaptogen from Russia, has already been shown to decrease CRP levels in a human clinical trial (Bull Exp Biol Med, 07/04).
CRP also is protecting more than 170,000 stream miles with riparian forest and grass buffers, enough to go around the world 7 times.
1) High CRP levels are found in practically every known inflammatory state.
Rx] showed improvements in signs and symptoms of RA; however, these improvements were not statistically significant when compared to those observed in patients in the placebo group, which demonstrated a higher than expected response in both symptom score and CRP reduction.