KRT10

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KRT10

A gene on chromosome 17q21 that encodes a type-I (acidic) member of the cytokeratin family, which belongs to the superfamily of intermediate filaments, that with actin microfilaments and microtubules forms the epithelial cell cytoskeleton.

Molecular pathology
KRT10 mutations cause epidermolytic hyperkeratosis.
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After that, I arrived in 2006 and found there wasn't even a dime," and BCIE offered funds "to hire these consultants, and I said 'yes', which is absolutely natural.
On March 27, Ortuno, a member of the Arias inner circle, came before the committee and, among other things, described how it was the BCIE and not himself that decided who was to be hired as a presidential consultant with those funds and that it was the bank that actually made the payments.
But the committee's opposition members questioned most of Ortuno's explanations and referred to notes they said had been exchanged by Rodrigo Arias and Ortuno in which the former suggested who to hire and requested that BCIE make the specific monthly payments.
Ortuno, who held the BCIE position during the second Arias administration, refused to answer close to a dozen questions from opposition deputies aimed at determining for the committee's record his close link with former minister Arias and former President Arias--in whose latest presidential campaign he was treasurer--and how the ruling social democrat Partido Liberacion Nacional (PLN) allegedly used BCIE posts to pay back election favors.
But PLN congresswoman Siany Villalobos stood up for the former minister by stating that, in managing the BCIE fund, "no harm was done to the public treasury.
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