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PRK

GOST 7.67 Latin three-letter geocode for North Korea. The code is used for transactions to and from North Korean bank accounts and for international shipping to North Korea. As with all GOST 7.67 codes, it is used primarily in Cyrillic alphabets.
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Based on "omics" data which has been experimentally validated, molecules in circulating monocytes that are relevant to BMD may be categorized into processes such as apoptosis/survival (PLK3 and HSPB1), migration/chemotaxis (CXCL3, GSN, and HSPB1), adhesion (RSU1, HSPB1), transendothelial migration (ANXA2, HSPB1), differentiation into osteoclasts (STAT1, GBP1, ANXA2, and GSN), and other miscellaneous processes such as histamine biosynthesis (HDC), glucocorticoid sensitivity (GCR), regulation of oxidative stress (SOD2, GPX1), and protein folding (P4HB) and multifunctional molecules, miR-133a and miR422a (complete list of molecules identified and validated in Table 1).
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