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NCOA5

A gene on chromosome 20q12-q13.12 that encodes a coregulator for alpha and beta oestrogen.
 
Molecular pathology
NCOA4 to RET translocations have been associated with papillary thyroid carcinoma.

CIA

colony inhibiting activity.
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Does working for a spy agency like the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) sound like the kind of career you might be interested in?
officers: the tale of how, Grose writes, "the future director of the Central Intelligence Agency, strategist of the Cold War, muffed the chance to meet Vladimir Ilyich Lenin.
and unprecedented support and input for their movie by the Central Intelligence Agency.
An evaluation of the project, commissioned by the Central Intelligence Agency and completed in September, concluded that available data do not provide a convincing demonstration of paranormal ability.
In this oddly mistitled survey of that most controversial of all arms of the American government, the Central Intelligence Agency, William Colby is a "boy scout' because he told the truth to Congress when the CIA's malfeasances began to unravel in public, and Richard Helms is a hero because he did not.
Participants on the panel include representatives from National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency, Central Intelligence Agency, the Office of the Director of National Intelligence, and Microsoft.
After a five-year stint with the Marine Corps, Blanchard joined the operations directorate of the Central Intelligence Agency and was deployed on anti-terrorist operations in the Middle East and elsewhere.
Information on the people arrested by the Palestinians was reportedly relayed back and forth through the Central Intelligence Agency to sidestep the breakdown of contacts between the Israelis and the Palestinians.
Jones, now with the Central Intelligence Agency in McLean, Va.
Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), 10 of which were spent as an operations officer specializing in issues pertaining to the Middle East and Southeast Asia, as well as global terrorism.
But that evidence, as presented by the Central Intelligence Agency, has been vague at best, and self-contradictory at worst.
Tenet, a son of Greek immigrants who has made his name serving Washington's espionage overseers, as his new nominee for director of the Central Intelligence Agency.

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