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MSN

 
Master of Science in Nursing.

MSN

Abbreviation for Master of Science in Nursing.

MSN

abbr.
Master of Science in Nursing

MSN

A gene on chromosome Xq11.1 that encodes moesin, an ERM (ezrin, moesin, radixin) family protein that acts as a cross linker between plasma membranes and actin-based cytoskeletons, specifically localising to filopodia and other membranous protrusions critical for cell–cell recognition and signalling and for cell movement. It is part of a PAG1-SLC9A3R1-MSN complex; it binds SLC9A3R1, interacts with PDZD8 and PPP1R16B, and mediates the activation of SYK by SELPLG.

MSN

Abbreviation for Master of Science in Nursing.
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