TFRC


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TFRC

A gene on chromosome 3q29 that encodes transferrin receptor, a protein required for development of erythrocytes and the nervous system.
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Thirdly, it seems that both iron and carnosine were able to downregulate DMT1 and TFRC mRNA although at the protein level this was only observed for TFRC.
Questi dati indicano che il TFRC e un test preciso e affidabile, utile per valutare la disfunzione a livello C1-C2 ed aiutare nella diagnosi differenziale della CCG.
CONCLUSIONS: One TFRC polymorphism was associated with urine Cd concentration, a marker of Cd accumulation in the kidney, in two very different populations.
In one of these experiments, we amplified 3 genes (KRAS, TFRC, and B2M), both separately and together.
Some of the programs and services that currently flow through TFRC include child-development screenings, parenting and child-development workshops and education classes, domestic violence women's support groups, literacy training and GED tutoring, school-readiness information, and individual family needs assessments and assistance.
[as the market] returned to cold reality," the TFRC report explained.
Studies on hypertension by Jain et al and Pursnani et al also showed an increase in TFRC.
TFRC is significantly upregulated in cervical cancer and is considered as a candidate gene associated with the invasion of cervical cancer [19].
The mRNA expression of TFRC was exemplarily validated by immunohistochemical detection of transferrin receptor protein expression.
To calculate the available bandwidth for each user, we use the TCP-Friendly Rate Control (TFRC) which provides smoother sending rates because it adjusts its sending rate based on the throughput equation as in (8).
We chose 16 cancer-related genes for their consistent univariate association with clinical outcome in all 3 clinical association studies, and we selected 5 reference genes (ACTB, GAPDH, GUSB, RPLPO, and TFRC) [1] for their consistently low variation in expression and lack of association with clinical outcome in the same clinical studies.