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PCR is polymerase chain reaction, a biochemical technology in molecular biology.
PCR may also refer to:
- Parti Communiste Réunionnais or Communist Party of Réunion
- Partidul Communist Român or Romanian Communist Party
- Partido Cívico Renovador or Civic Renovation Party (Dominican Republic)
- Palestinian Center for Rapprochement between Peoples, based in Beit Sahour
- Passport Carrier Release, the name of the operating system that runs on Nortel Multiservice switches in carrier configurations
- Pathologic complete response (pCR), a way of measuring response to neoadjuvant therapy, most often neoadjuvant chemotherapy.
- Paul Cruickshank Racing, an Australian V8 Supercar motor racing team
- Peak cell rate, a source traffic characteristic on ATM networks
- Periodic current reversal, a technique used in electrochemistry
- Phosphocreatine, a molecule serving as a reserve of high-energy phosphates in the body
- Platform Configuration Register, a Trusted Platform Module component
- Post conviction relief: In United States law, a request by a person who has been convicted of a crime to challenge the basis or alter the terms of their sentence
- Practical Chinese Reader, a textbook for learning basic Mandarin Chinese
- Principal component regression, a statistical technique
- Production control room, a part of a television studio
- Program clock reference, used in MPEG transport streams
- Protein/creatinine ratio, used to measure proteinuria
- Put/call ratio, a technical analysis indicator
- XM PCR, a satellite receiver
- Pancritical rationalism, in philosophy, whereby all positions are held to be fallible and open to criticism
- Price Coupling of Regions, a project that aims at harmonizing the European electricity market, which results in a price that optimizes the profits for all players
- Product change request , a document containing a call for an adjustment of a product
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