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DSG1

A gene on chromosome 18q12.1 that encodes desmoglein 1, a calcium-binding transmembrane glycoprotein component of desmosomes in epithelial cells, which belongs to the cadherin cell adhesion molecule superfamily.

Molecular pathology
Desmoglein 1 is the antigen targeted in the autoimmune blistering disease pemphigus foliaceus; defects in DSG1 cause palmoplantar keratoderma striate type 1.
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The DSG sensor differentiates various tissue types (cancellous bone, cortical bone, blood and soft tissues) based on the analysis of the local electrical conductivity.
With this acquisition the Materna Group and DSG Backdrop AS join forces and provide a first-class self-bag drop product portfolio that strengthens Materna's international position in the dynamic market segment of automated passenger handling.
Ahmad Bin Humaidan, DSG Director General, said: "I congratulate the DSG team on this double honour which marks DSG's excellence in offering innovative smart services that contribute to increasing customer satisfaction and adoption rates.
From its founding, the DSG lobbied the Democratic leadership to appoint liberals to serve on influential committees, to support procedural reforms that would weaken committee chairmen, and to back legislation to expand the role of the federal government.
Any backlogs in repairs and maintenance of key military equipment sit squarely with DSG management who need to get back around the negotiating table to hammer out a fair pay deal.
Importantly, the DSG did not account for the possibility of sequestration--further significant, across-the-board cuts triggered by the BCA.
8 TSI engine with a six-speed manual and seven-speed DSG.
Based in I-long Kong with a subsidiary in Thailand, DSG sells diapers under the Fate, Pet Pet, Baby Love, Baby Joy, Dispo1.
Disclosures: The clinical trials for DSG were funded by Novartis, and this post hoc analysis was funded by Endo Pharmaceuticals.
The 6% hike in like-for-like sales across the division helped DSG achieve a 3%increase in comparable group revenues in the 12 weeks to July 24.
Computer chain PC World is bearing the scars of a sales slump as recession-hit businesses cut back on spending, owner DSG International said yesterday.
DSG also struggled against tough comparisons with a year ago, when TV prices were slashed, as like-for-like sales of UK electrical goods slid 14%.