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P2RY4

A gene on chromosome Xq13 that encodes a subfamily of G protein-coupled receptors, which acts as a receptor for uridine and partially for ATP. It is not responsive to ADP.
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The 3T3 NRU test method is sensitive to hazardous chemicals acting through general mechanisms of toxicity common to most cell types, often referred to as "basal cytotoxicity".
The NRU is expected to keep running until 2016, even as the 2010 federal budget devoted $48 million to study alternative approaches for medical isotope production, such as using cyclotrons.
Howe company (then responsible for building NRU, the latest Chalk River reactor).
It determined that AECL was in breach of its licence and would not allow the NRU to reopen.
Results of a validation study in Germany on two in vitro alternatives to the Draize eye irritation test, the HET-CAM test and the 3T3 NRU cytotoxicity test.
There is a growing literature outlining fatal flaws in the NRU approach, which render it unsuitable as a policy framework.
LRU, FIFO, Clock, NRU and LFU are some examples of fixed partitioning algorithms.
More specifically, in the economics literature equilibrium unemployment is represented by some version of the `natural rate of unemployment' (NRU); the actual rate at any point of time can then be decomposed into the NRU and a cyclical or `disequilibrium' component.
The NAIRU differs from Friedman's natural rate of unemployment (NRU) hypothesis in that, first, the NRU is constructed within the framework of Walrasian equilibrium, whereas the NAIRU is based on imperfectly competitive markets along the lines of Rowthorn (1977) where it was argued that inflation would result from the combined claims of labour and capital summing to more than the total resources available for distribution.
In the ensuing discussion, students from the fields of training "political science", "philosophy", "theology", "social work", "history", "documentation" and invited experts - political technologist and sociologist Viktor Voronov, head of the department for public relations and media NIU "BSU" Veronika Smirnova , deputy dean of social and educational work of History and Philology of NRU "BSU" Sergei Prokopenko.
Methods: This descriptive cases series of 78 children was conducted in NRU from October 2014 - March 2015.
As adsorbents we used charcoal obtained at the general chemistry subdepartment of NRU "BelSU" from birch wood scrap and pharmaceutical active carbon (Tabulettae Carbonis activati).