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ACTA1

A gene on chromosome 1q42.13 that encodes alpha actin 1, which is expressed in skeletal muscle. 

Molecular pathology
ACTA1 mutations cause nemaline myopathy type 3, congenital myopathy with excess of thin myofilaments, congenital myopathy with cores and congenital myopathy with fibre-type disproportion.
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To be passed in the EU, ACTA had to be ratified by all member states, but not a single state did so and the European Parliament has now joined Poland and others in flatly rejecting such ratification.
My strong recommendation is that we reject the ACTA treaty," Parliament's rapporteur David Martin declared, reiterating concerns on how the treaty could be applied and interpreted.
Critics of ACTA maintain that it would restrict free speech and access to information.
Among other measures, ACTA asks internet providers to cooperate with national authorities to crackdown on online piracy.