KRT1

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KRT1

A gene on chromosome  12q13.13 that encodes a type-II cytokeratin that is specifically co-expressed in the spinous and granular layers of the epidermis with KRT10.
 
Molecular pathology
KRT1 mutations are associated with bullous congenital ichthyosiform erythroderma, ichthyosis hystrix and Curth-Macklin type.
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The CK1 provides users features and functionality found in much larger and more expensive terminals.
TrCP and CK1 proteins in cells resulted in accumulation of DEPTOR.
Mr Wycherley, who owns Wrexham's Club CK1 and Shrewsbury's The Butter Market, said he was not surprised by the low numbers applying.
The twin asteroids in last night's "near-Earth fly-by" - 1998 MY5 and 1994 CK1 - came well within the 93.
The cK1 generation love the semi-unisex appeal of such brands.
CK1 is flying off the shelves at airport duty- frees from Benidorm to Barbados and is now in Boots the land over.
We included Calvin Klein's new unisex scent, CK1, which has stormed the American market, generating sales of over pounds 40 million in three months.
The sensitivities of CK5/6, CK14, and CK17 for MECs are, in our experience, comparable to those of SMA, MSA, p63, and SMMHC, whereas 34[beta]E12 (which recognizes CK1, CK5, CK10, and CK14) exhibits considerably lower sensitivity.
He owns Wrexham's CK1 and believes the scheme could throw up problems the town faced in the 1990s.
Paul Gascoigne fronted a revival in the early 90s when new unisex scents, such as Calvin Klein's CK1, were encouraging men to go for subtler fragrances.
It may take some years before that famous Bhs label has the same cachet as say, CK1.