EML1

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EML1

A gene on chromosome 14q32 that encodes echinoderm microtubule-associated protein-like 1, which is thought to modify the assembly dynamics of microtubules.

Molecular pathology
EML1 mutation is linked to Usher syndrome.
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EMAP Online also produces a major portion of the UK home page for Travelocity, the world's biggest online travel booking service.
Birch began his career at EMAP in 1984, where he held the position of assistant editor of Smash Hits, the UK's award-winning youth magazine, for three years.
Tumors in mice showed an intense local angiogenic response, which EMAP II blocked by 76 percent.
Having worked with many of these magazines while at EMAP USA, I know firsthand the power of the brands and the opportunities to grow these businesses.
7 million, of which 33% is in overseas markets -- a feature which is particularly attractive to EMAP as it internationalizes its leading titles.
He joined EMAP in 1981 initially working in business-to-business publications.
COM, EMAP Petersen adds an important e-commerce component to our automotive Internet initiative," added John Cobb, Vice President, Group Publisher for EMAP Petersen's automotive titles.
Now WLAN device manufacturers can use Instant802's EMAP software platform to deliver what their enterprise customers require to deploy WLAN technology while maintaining a secure network that is easy to manage.
EMAP is an independent non-profit organization that fosters excellence and accountability in emergency management and homeland security programs by establishing credible standards applied in a peer review accreditation program.
The EMAP compensates for variations in the valve components that affect release pressure by compressing the spring inside the valve to increase its resistance.