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PrP

Abbreviation for prion protein.
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PRP

Abbreviation for:
PACAP-related peptide
penicillase-resistant penicillin
penicillin-resistant pneumococci
performance-related pay 
physiologic rest position
platelet-rich plasma
pityriasis rubra pilaris
pre-registration period
pre-RNA processing
primary Raynaud phenomenon
primer recognition protein
prion-related protein
proline-rich protein
psychotic reaction profile
pulmonary rehabilitation programme
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PrP

A prion protein. See Prion.
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