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PRB

A currency code for the Transnistrian ruble. It was issued in 1994, replacing the Soviet ruble. It suffered from extremely high inflation at first, but this has eased somewhat since 2000. Because Transnistria has limited recognition, this code is not recognized by the ISO. An equivalent code is RUP.
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Presence of these variants in our patients with RB suggests that these mutations might ultimately prevent the mutant RB1 protein from functionally normally and can be responsible for the deregulation of cell growth control.
A alocacao de massa das plantas da variedade RB1 foi maior para a raiz no controle, ao passo que a menor dose de aluminio sem deficit hidrico promoveu maior alocacao de massa para a parte aerea (Figura 1).
Until 1990, the RB1 convoy crew's relatives had not heard how their men were killed, no information had been available.
In the case of RB1, however, the technique is not infallible.
A pair of RB1 A/H comes in a compact box light enough to ship UPS.
This chi-square value provided a measure of the subject's degree of call imbalancing and is identical to RB1 in the Palmer and Johnson experiment.
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Age at diagnosis of isolated unilateral retinoblastoma does not distinguish patients with and without a constitutional RB1 gene mutation but is influenced by a parent-of-origin effect.
Loss of 13q in PT suggests that the RB1 gene localized in these regions could be relevant to PT oncogenesis or progression.
There existed five alleles in SLA-2, four alleles in SLA-1, three in QA, QB1 locus, and two in SLA-RA, RB1, respectively.
In contrast to the hotspot cancer genes, genes whose normal function is to suppress inappropriate cell growth, such as the tumor suppressors and growth regulators TP53, PTEN, and RB1, have a different pattern of mutations.