TBK1

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TBK1

A gene on chromosome 12q14.1 that encodes TANK-binding kinase 1, which is similar to I-kappa-B (IKB) kinases and can mediate NF-kappa-B (NFKB) complex activation in response to certain growth factors.
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The 2012 T2K wheelchair race will take place on the evening of Friday, September 14.
By running large-scale tests of SDPARA on the T2K Open Supercomputer, the team was successfully able for the first time ever to precisely compute the behavior of ethane (CH3), ammonia (NH3) and oxygen (O2).
North East athlete Jade Jones is competing at the London 2012 Paralympics and also T2K 2012.
That's below the standard for claiming a discovery but good enough to warrant further study, says Ed Kearns, a Boston University neutrino physicist and a member of the T2K team.
But no one had seen muon neutrinos turn into electron neutrinos," said Chris Walter, a physicist at Duke who is part of the T2K collaboration, along with Duke physicist Kate Scholberg.
The T2K supercomputers will provide these universities and their researchers with the outstanding system performance and advanced floating point processing enabled by Quad-core AMD Opteron processors.
A group of seven students from Percy Hedley helped compose a movie that captures key moments from last year's T2K annual wheelchair race through the Tyne Tunnel.
With T2K, they are hoping to fill in some of the blanks.
A giant magnet, a 300km track and an accelerator await as the men in white coats get ready to get the T2K project under way.
275 Hendon Drive, Calgary, Alberta, Canada, T2K 1Z4
The Tubb 2000 (or T2K, as Tubb refers to it) is built for high power rifle competition.
The neutrino events were generated by the newly built neutrino beam at the J-PARC accelerator laboratory in Tokai, Japan, by physicists from the Japanese-led multi-national T2K neutrino collaboration.