CDKN3

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CDKN3

A gene on chromosome 14q22 that encodes a cyclin-dependent kinase inhibitor, which interacts with and dephosphorylates CDK2 kinase, thereby preventing the activation of CDK2 kinase.

Molecular pathology
CDKN3 is deleted, mutated or overexpressed in several kinds of cancers.
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In order to achieve these targets, governments and health authorities should focus on developing epidemiological evidence-based country-level strategies.9 To achieve all of these goals, accurate public awareness is imperative and that is why KAP studies are so important for healthcare reforms.
KAP, supervised by the Saudi Ports Authority (MAWANI), handled 23 million tons of cargo in July - marking an 11.15 percent increase compared to the same period last year.
To fill the gap between the restaurants peak times, Sa Oun, along with his brother, came up with an idea to open a restaurant that combines Chinese inspired dried noodles with the family's traditional sach kap.
'O, baka Lola Kap ang ilagay niyo sa balota ha, 'di tumatakbo si Lola Kap,' Poe said.
A total of 20 questions were included in the KAP questionnaire that was filled by hypertensive patients.
The detailed scores of knowledge, attitude, practice, and overall KAP score regarding sex, educational and practice age, and type of hospital and geographical region of participants are given in Figures 1-5, respectively.
Considering Fixe Le Kap was attempting to give London Prize 10lb it was a seriously good effort and the extra three and a bit furlongs will be right up his street.
A community-based cross-sectional study was carried out among the secondary high school children belonging to 9th standard of Azad high school, Kasegaon, to find the relationship between maternal education and socioeconomic status on KAP of mother and her child regarding acute diarrheal diseases.
Through the celebration, Kahramaa will announce the official opening of the KAP and its further strategies, projects and achieved targets for the ongoing programme.
Based on the amino acid composition, KAP 11.1 belongs to the high/ultrahigh cysteine (HS) KAPs.
The Cronbach's alpha values were 0.679, 0.717, 0.412, and 0.440 for the total KAP score, K score, A score, and P score, respectively.
The majority of participants who have good KAP were from the age group more than 45 years (80.0%), while the least was from the age group less than 25 years (44.1%).