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AKAP4 (redirected from CT99)
AKAP4 A gene on chromosome Xp11.2 that encodes a member of the structurally diverse A-kinase anchor protein (AKAP) family, which binds to the regulatory subunit of protein kinase A, confining the enzyme to discrete locations within the cell. AKAP4 localises to sperm flagella and may be involved in regulating sperm motility.
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The images were obtained using a 64-slice CT scanner (General Electric CT99
Light Speed VCT) with Software 2978195VCT, using the following parameters: 0.4s rotation of helical acquisition, 20 mm detector coverage, 120 Kv, 400 mAs, slice thickness 0.625 mm, Pitch 0.53:1 mm/ rot and FOV of 22 to 23 cm.
CTA studies were performed using a 64-slice CT (General Electric CT99
Light Speed VCT) Software 2978195VCT, with a 0.4 s rotation of helical acquisition, 40 mm detector coverage, 120 Kv with a 400 mAs; slice thickness of 1.25 mm, 0.984: 1 mm/rot Pitch, and a 40 to 50 cm FOV.