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TAOK3

A gene on chromosome 12q that encodes a ubiquitously expressed serine/threonine-protein kinase, which upregulates the p38/MAPK14 cascade in response to stress and DNA damage. It downregulates the MAPK8/JNK cascade and reduces its activation in response to epidermal growth factor. It is highly expressed in peripheral white cells, thymus, spleen, kidneys, skeletal muscle, heart and liver.
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DPK were separated from the fruits, soaked in warm water, washed with distilled water and then dried up in oven at 50[degrees] C for 48 hours (Figure 1).
3] and ultra pure water were used for digesting the DPK powder for the determination of Ca, Mg, Fe, Mn and Ca by using Atomic Absorption Spectrophotometer (AAS).
10g of DPK powder was boiled in water for 30 minutes at 100[degrees] C.
The solubility of the DPK powder was measured as shown in Equation 2.
The moisture content of DPK powder used in the preparation of DPK drink was 4.
The determination of mineral elements of calcium (Ca), magnesium (Mg), copper (Cu), iron (Fe) and manganese (Mn) was carried out by using atomic absorption spectrophotometer (AAS) after digesting the DPK powder.
Table 8 showed that calcium and magnesium were present in the DPK in large amount which were 2.
In Tetra- phenyl borate Method, potassium in the DPK was reacted with the sodium tetra-phenyl borate to form potassium tetra-phenyl borate which was indicated by the presence of an insoluble white solid.
DPK has prepared itself for tackling the task in its logistics center in Cologne (one of six in Germany).
com and other on-line providers, DPK is showcasing sophisticated logistics concepts for Internet retail business.
According to the initial information from DPK, approximately 15,000 Macedonians, 800 Albanians, 200 Turks, 300 Roma people, 250 Serbs, 100 Vlachs, less than a hundred Bosniaks and a certain number of Croats, Montenegrins and Russians filed applications for census officers.
Bexheti reiterated that a compromise was possible provided that the Macedonian fellow members of DPK read and interpret the legal provisions for appointing local census teams correctly and allow equitable representation of the minority ethnic groups reflecting the composition of the population regionally rather than nationally.