CAG may refer to:

  • CAG, in biology is the codon that codes for the amino acid glutamine
  • The CAG promoter used in molecular biology
  • Comptroller and Auditor General
  • Commander, Air Group, the informal name for the senior US Navy officer who, as leader of the Carrier air wing, is responsible for air operations aboard an aircraft carrier
  • Cheap Ass Gamer, an online bbs community
  • Citrix Access Gateway
  • Closed angle glaucoma
  • Consumer Action Group
  • Combat Applications Group, an abbreviation of the official name of Delta Force, a United States Army Special Operations Command military unit
  • Commentaria in Aristotelem Graeca, a series of original-language texts of ancient and Byzantine commentaries on Aristotle
  • Computer-assisted gaming, used for example for PnP role-playing games
  • Consensus audit guidelines, a set of twenty security controls for cyber defense published by the SANS Institute
  • Chassis Air Guide, in computers is Intel's thermal solution to PC chassis
  • Cagliari-Elmas Airport (IATA airport code: CAG) in Cagliari, Sardinia, Italy
  • Craig-Moffat Airport (FAA airport code: CAG) in Craig, Colorado, United States
  • CAG is the ICAO airline designator for China National Aviation Corporation (CNAC)
  • Communication Arts Guild

Other articles related to "cag":

Dentatorubral-pallidoluysian Atrophy
... dominant spinocerebellar degeneration caused by an expansion of a CAG repeat encoding a polyglutamine tract in the atrophin-1 protein ... neurodegenerative diseases that are caused by expanded CAG repeats encoding polyglutamine (polyQ) stretches (see Trinucleotide repeat disorder) ... The expanded CAG repeats create an adverse gain-of-function mutation in the gene products ...
Michael Of Ephesus - Work - The Commentaries: Greek Texts
... Commentaria in Aristotelem Graeca II.3 On Generation of Animals CAG XIV.3 On Nicomachean Ethics, books 9-10 CAG XX On Parva Naturalia CAG XXII.1 On Parts of Animals, Movement of ...
Trinucleotide Repeat Disorders - Summary - CAG Repeats
... nine neurologic disorders are known to be caused by an increased number of CAG repeats, typically in coding regions of otherwise unrelated proteins ... During protein synthesis, the expanded CAG repeats are translated into a series of uninterrupted glutamine residues forming what is known as a ... Recent results suggest that the CAG repeats need not always be translated in order to cause toxicity ...