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RAGE

Receptor for Advanced Glycation End

Description

RAGE Receptor for Advanced Glycation End
Category Medical, Laboratory

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RAGE Receptor for Advanced Glycation End Medical, Laboratory
RAGE Receptor of Advanced Glycation Endproducts Miscellaneous, Unclassified
AGE Advanced Glycation End Miscellaneous, Unclassified
AGES Advanced Glycation End Substance Medical, Laboratory
AGE Advanced Glycation Endproduct Miscellaneous, Unclassified
RAGE receptor for advanced glycosylation end products Medical, British Medicine
AGER Advanced glycosylation end product-specific receptor Medical, British Medicine
GLYCATE Glycation Miscellaneous, Unclassified
CRLR Calcitonin receptor like receptor Miscellaneous, Unclassified
NLR(s) NOD-like receptor(s) Medical
R Receptor Medical, Human Genome
GEORECEPTOR GEO – Receptor Miscellaneous, Unclassified
CR C receptor Medical, British Medicine
NLR NOD like receptor Miscellaneous, Unclassified
PR P receptor Medical, British Medicine
SUR Sulfonylurea Receptor Medical, Physiology
MR Muscarinic Receptor Medical, Physiology
ER oestrogen receptor. See ER Medical, British Medicine
FXR Farnesyl X Receptor Miscellaneous, Unclassified
TLR(s) toll-like receptor(s) Medical, Physiology
ICR Ion Channel Receptor Medical, Physiology
RANK Receptor Activator Of Nf Kb Miscellaneous, Unclassified
SR somatostatin receptor Medical, British Medicine
LBR lamin B receptor Miscellaneous, Unclassified
HR hormone receptor Medical, British Medicine
EPR erythropoietin receptor Medical, British Medicine
STR seven transmembrane receptor Medical, British Medicine
SR steroid receptor Medical, British Medicine
RA receptor antagonist Medical, British Medicine
GR Glucocorticoid Receptor Medical, Human Genome
VR Vanilloid Receptor Medical, Physiology
RXR Retinoid X Receptor Medical, Physiology
SR scavenger receptor Medical, British Medicine
TCR T Cell Receptor Medical, Physiology
VDR Vitamin D Receptor Miscellaneous, Unclassified
SPR substance P receptor Medical, British Medicine
DR dopamine receptor Medical, British Medicine
PPR PTHrP receptor Medical, British Medicine
ACTR activin receptor Medical, British Medicine
ESR estrogen receptor Medical, British Medicine
TRAb TSH receptor antibodies Medical
ER estrogen receptor. See ER Medical, British Medicine
CR complement receptor Medical, British Medicine
D2R dopamine D2 receptor Medical, Physiology
BR bombesin receptor Medical, British Medicine
NR nuclear receptor Medical, British Medicine
DR death receptor Medical, British Medicine
LR The Ligand Receptor Miscellaneous, Unclassified
NMU2 NeuroMedia U Receptor 2 Medical, Physiology
HR histamine receptor Medical, British Medicine
NMUR NeuroMedia U Receptor Medical, Physiology
SR soluble receptor Medical, British Medicine
HR homing receptor Medical, British Medicine
TR Taste Receptor Medical, Physiology
TRAF TNF receptor associated factor Miscellaneous, Unclassified
CR chemokine receptor Medical, British Medicine
BCR B Cell Receptor Medical, Human Genome
CB2 Cannabinoid Receptor 2 Medical
NR NMDA receptor Medical, British Medicine
TLR Toll Like Receptor Miscellaneous, Unclassified