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ck.

abbr.
1. cask
2. check
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the "Offeror"), an entity owned by KKR investment funds, for all the existing common shares of CK.
There is a cytosolic pool of unbound cardiac troponin which is released acutely after myocardial infarction, and mimics the release of other cytosolic proteins like CK.
7) An alternative explanation for the low CK levels is that a generalised inflammatory state may result in post-transcriptional modification and enhanced degradation of CK.
Among these components the most important and the widely used one is CK.
10,11) Higher-intensity, longer-duration, and weight-bearing exercise (eccentric muscular contractions and downhill running) cause the greatest rises in CK.
Climate Change and Environment Minister Ian Pearson has opened the new headquarters of Black Country chartered accountants CK.
The most likely explanation for the elevation in CK and normal ALD is the presence of a macro CK.
Jonathan Davidorf, a West Hills ophthalmologist involved in the clinical trials for CK.
The purpose of this research project is to develop a plate assay that will easily screen for the restored activity of an inactive mutant CK.
Informed consent was also obtained from healthy volunteers, from whom DNA samples were obtained and analyzed for the point mutation of CK.