GTP

GTP may stand for:

Cars:

  • A mid-level performance model on the Pontiac Grand Prix and the Pontiac G6
  • Grand Touring Prototype, a race car category in IMSA GT Championship

Medicine, chemistry:

  • Guanosine triphosphate, an organic chemical
  • Good Tissue Practices, a medical standard
  • Green tea polyphenols, a class of polyphenolic compounds found in green tea

Mathematics, computer science:

  • Green's Theorem, one of several theorems that connect an integral in n-dimensional space with one in (n − 1)-dimensional space
  • Go Text Protocol, a protocol for the board game of go
  • GPRS Tunnelling Protocol, a group of protocols which carry GPRS data information over the UMTS and GSM networks

Locations:

  • Global TransPark, an economic development area in Eastern North Carolina, USA
  • Grand Trunk Pacific Railway reporting mark, a historical Canadian railway

Politics, education, communities:

  • Government Transformation Programme, Malaysia
  • Graduate Teacher Programme, a teacher education programme for UK trainee teachers
  • GTPlanet, an online community dedicated to Gran Turismo

Psychology:

  • Game Transfer Phenomena, a psychological phenomena

Zoology:

  • Green Tree Python, a species of snake

Other articles related to "gtp, gtps":

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... and graft-transmissible pathogens Algerian navel orange virus GTP Blight = young tree decline, rough lemon decline GTP Blind pocket GTP Cachexia Citrus cachexia viroid (Hostuviroid) Chlorotic dwarf White-fly ... mites Measles GTP Milam stem-pitting GTP Multiple sprouting disease GTP Nagami kumquat disease GTP Ringspot diseases Various GTPs Vein enation = woody gall GTP (possible luteovirus ...
Sports Racing Cars - History - The 1980s – Group C and IMSA GTP
... In Europe, the FIA adopted the ACO GTP rules virtually unchanged and sanctioned the Group C World Endurance Championship (or World Sportscar Championship ... In the USA, the IMSA Camel GTP series boasted close competition between huge fields of manufacturer-backed teams and privateer squads – the cars were technically similar to Group Cs but used a sliding ... Both Group C and GTP had secondary categories, respectively Group C2 and Camel Lights, for less powerful cars, targeting entries by small specialist constructors or ...
MRAS
... GeneCards MRAS Gene Gene Ontology Molecular function • GTPase activity • GTP binding • GTP-dependent protein binding Cellular component • plasma membrane ... Members of the RAS superfamily of GTP-binding proteins, which includes MRAS, are membrane-anchored, intracellular signal transducers responsible for a variety of normal cellular ...
Phosphoglycerate Kinase (GTP)
... In enzymology, a phosphoglycerate kinase (GTP) (EC 2.7.2.10) is an enzyme that catalyzes the chemical reaction GTP + 3-phospho-D-glycerate GDP + 3-phospho-D-glyceroyl phosphate Thus, the two substrates of this enzyme ...
Lola T600 - Development
... The GTP category was also consistent with the FIA's plan to introduce a prototype formula to the World Endurance Championship in 1982 (Group C), superseding production-based "silhouette" cars like the ... Brian Redman asked for Lola Cars to develop a GTP spec racer based on a T70 chassis, fitted with a new bodywork and a Chevy 6.0L V8 engine developing around 600 bhp ... however, wanted a new chassis and bodywork developed specifically for the new IMSA GTP regulations ...