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HOXA1

A gene on chromosome 7p15.3 that encodes a sequence-specific transcription factor for a developmental regulatory system, which provides cells with specific positional identities on the anterior-posterior axis and appears to be involved in gene expression, morphogenesis and differentiation. HOXA1 protein may be involved in correctly positioning the hindbrain segments along the anterior-posterior axis during embryonic development.
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When four groups were compared to investigate the effects of smoking and/or HLA-B51 on BSAS scores, a significant difference was shown.
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In 1999, a series of articles in the Baltimore San criticized BSAS and Beilenson for backing a policy that critics claimed lacked supervision and accountability.
Our indicator of employee trust in management is based on a question asked of employees completing a self-completion questionnaire in the 1998 BSAS.
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Kaplan Schweser is committed to the growth of the investment profession, and our partnership with BSAS reflects our dedication to setting the industry standard for CFA exam review.
Inventory with mutation and partial reacquisition of plant inventory, review of existing data sets in the multiple application BSAS, complement all metadata (attributes) to level unit.
The diets were formulated to contain essential amino acids close to ideal protein as determined by Wang and Fuller (1990) and recommended by BSAS (2003).
The new journal "Animal" (combined EAAP, BSAS and INRA publications) is published by Cambridge Press now.
The BSAS team are attempting to taste as many varieties of sausage as they can in British Sausage Appreciation Week, which ends on Sunday