ACTA1

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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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At this, the bench asked Asma to submit an affidavit as per Article 19A of the Constitution.
Asma, who has a masters in international relations from Durham University, said that she has five main goals: women empowerment, the environment and public safety, strengthening the family unit, maintaining the quality of services in the country, and education.
It was worth-mentioning here that Asma Arbab Jehangir was advisor of former PM Syed Yousaf Raza Gillani and supervised the affairs of National Highway Authority (NHA), when her husband Arbab Jehangir was communication minister.
The boys had been playing on a see-saw under the watchful eye of Asma and family friend Samir, completely unaware of Salvador's bloody rampage nearby.
However, Salman Javed, brother of Asma has said that he wanted the police to probe the role of the son of a restaurateur, Javed ul- Hassan, who had allegedly threatened Asma recently.
Asma is one of three million Syrian refugee kids with no hope of schooling.
AFP is happy to be associated with this recognition of Asma Shirazi's great courage and perseverance in reporting on conflict and politics in Pakistan despite the personal dangers she faced," said David Millikin, AFP's director for North America.
On May 17, Asma fixed a water cooler in front of her villa.
Asma for her continuous interest in the martyrs and their sons as this represents a continuation of President Bashar al-Assad's care about the martyrs and their sons.
In an apparent bid to boost his image, Assad opened the account in July, posting photographs of himself and his wife Asma greeting well-wishers, giving gifts to children and visiting the injured.
Friday night at the Carthage Festival in Tunisia was supposed to be graced once again with a glittering performance by Morocco's sultriest singer Asma Al Manwar, but the superstar turned down the prestigious invite, not as a slap in the face but as an honor to all the lies lost by the country's violence after the assassination of Tunisian revolutionist Mohammad Al Barahimi.
Ahrar center for Prisoners studies and human rights said that 25-year-old Asma Al-Batran, from Hebron, was arrested near the Ibrahimi Mosque in July 2012, where she was sentenced to 10 months for allegedly stabbing an Israeli soldier.