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BLM

A gene on chromosome 15q26.1 that encodes a DExH box-containing DNA helicase with both DNA-stimulated ATPase and ATP-dependent DNA helicase activities, which is thought to suppress inappropriate recombination events.
 
Molecular pathology
BLM mutations cause Bloom syndrome.
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The lawsuit has been officially stayed, pending further action by the BLM, Cady said.
The BLM, as the public's agent in managing federal mineral resources, has direct responsibility under NEPA to consider the environmental and public health effects of coal mined on public lands.
CFS's senior partner, Cormac Fitzpatrick, added: "The combination with BLM is an extremely positive move for us.
Infused with the funding and inspired by Murkowski's creative thinking to obtain it, BLM developed their 2013 Strategic Plan from the 2013 Legacy Well Summary Report; the Strategic Plan is the basis of this summer's cleanup approach.
The BLM treated about 1,000 mares in 2012 but only about half that last year, records show, far short of the annual goal of 2,000 then-BLM Director Bob Abbey announced in February 2011.
The HSUS is currently involved in a large-scale field study with the BLM to determine the best way to distribute contraception to the mares.
The BLM has always been the stepchild of the resource agencies, allowed to protect "what's left of the west" that wasn't wanted by other agencies.
The BLM is committed to ensuring that the land exchange program is impartial, credible, and consistent nationwide, and, most importantly, one that protects the public interest," Hughes said.
With the new year 2002 came new rules for mines that operate on public land overseen by the BLM.
Saying he felt "misled," the judge demanded, "When is the BLM going to come into compliance?