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NRC

abbr.
1. National Research Council
2. Nuclear Regulatory Commission
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NRC

(in Canada) abbreviation for
National Research Council
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NRC

Nuclear Regulatory Commission.
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Noun1.NRC - an independent federal agency created in 1974 to license and regulate nuclear power plants
independent agency - an agency of the United States government that is created by an act of Congress and is independent of the executive departments
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In particular, the H, H_HP, and H_M_A groups showed generally higher expression of genes encoding cell surface and cell lineage markers (e.g., CD44, THY1, TEK, ENG, CHST15, CD 59, and KITLG) and blood cell differentiation markers (e.g., NOTCH2, IL-11, INHBA, CSF1, and NCOA6) compared with other groups.
Third, since during prenatal and postnatal periods the development of external genitalia is also influenced by steroid hormones [9,22-24], the detected mutations in three androgen receptor (AR) coactivators, NCOA6 (AIB3/ASC-2) [25], TMF1 [25], and UBE3A (E6-AP) [26] (Table 1), may point toward a novel role of those genes in the hormonal regulation of male sexual development in humans.
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