Akt

What is Akt?

Protein kinase B (PKB), also known as Akt, is a serine/threonine-specific protein kinase that plays a key role in multiple cellular processes such as glucose metabolism, apoptosis, cell proliferation, transcription and cell migration.

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i done my hystroscopy and and found in uterus small piceses like cotton . sample sent for TB test . the report would be normal. as negative . but...

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Hi, My wife is diagnosed with uterine TB and has been on AKT medication . 2 months of AKT4 just completed and we started AKT 3 now but his LFT...

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I AM ON AKT4 FOR LAST 11 WEEKS AND HAVE TO UNDERTAKE IT FOR ANOTHER 13 WEEKS (TOTAL 24 WEEKS PROGRAMME). AKT-4 IS TAKEN EMPTY STOMATCH. I GOT MY...

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i am 42 yrs female. I had taken AKT 3 for a month and AKT 4 for 6 months in 2007. I was diagnosed for TB after a lymph node swelling in my left...

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hello doctor, My age is 30. I was deceted tbpcr in july2010. I was completed akt4 for 2 months(Aug,18 th to Sept18 2010) & akt 4 for 4...

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Hi Doctor, I am diagnosed with lymph node TB (Abdomen) and taking AKT-4 from last 7 months and will continue till 9 months. So is my TB can be...

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