EWSR1

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EWSR1

A gene on chromosome 22q12.2 that encodes a multifunctional protein involved in various processes, including gene expression, cell signalling, and RNA processing and transport.

Molecular pathology
EWSR1 mutations— the (11;22)(q24;q12) translocation—cause Ewing sarcoma, as well as neuroectodermal and various other tumours.
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Raising the bar on water stewardship is necessary for forward-looking businesses, as we awaken to the vulnerability of our production facilities and supply chains," says EWS Director Tom Vereijken.
The reciprocal translocation t(11; 22) results in juxtaposition of the amino terminal domain of EWS to the carboxyl-terminus of FLI-1.
EWS can take one of two avenues to generate revenue: take orders to process tires at the Sault plant and continue with R&D, or sell the plant and receive royalties once the plant is profitable.
For this very reason, practitioners with experience developing EWS draw a distinction between early warning indicators (EWI) and systems (EWS): Indicators are the data points (like a student's attendance patterns) that forecast dropping out; systems include the structures, supports, and practices designed to stop those forecasts from becoming a reality.
by Patrick Query, "Conversing with the Past," EWS 42.
To ensure the success of the second line, EWS suggested and subsequently made the following alterations to the process improving its efficiency:
These are laudable and noble objectives and, with the support and cooperation of the international sporting community and bookmakers, who also have a significant commercial interest to protect, EWS stands a good - in fact, one might say, a sporting - chance of winning the battle against illegal betting which, without any doubt, blights sport, is incompatible with its objectives of fair play and undermines its integrity.
The EWS 100 seamlessly extends the reach of the OWS into homes and small businesses, enabling end users to connect their existing equipment to municipal mesh networks.
The Marine Corps University runs one EWS course each year and only 23 percent of all Marine Corps captains are selected to attend in residence.
EWS set up a Britain-wide network of multi-user services, running to a set timetable and capable of taking a customer's single container or wagon from origin to destination without the customer having to book an entire train.
Royal Mail announced it would begin phasing out the trains, operated by rail freight firm EWS, from next month.
Having fallen asleep, the driver of the EWS coal train woke up briefly and mistakenly accepted that a proceed signal applied to his own train, the report from the Health and Safety Executive said yesterday.