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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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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.
Whole genome sequencing revealed that unlike adult cancers, EWS is characterized by relatively few mutations.
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.
In addition, the EWS 100 provides automatic Wireless Equivalent Privacy (WEP) encryption.
EWS said it was "shocked" at the announcement and pledged to continue pressing the benefits of rail to the Royal Mail, warning that the shift would add 160,000 lorry journeys a year to Britain's "beleaguered" roads.
EWS said yesterday: 'In the past year, SPADs by EWS drivers have fallen by 25 per cent.
All entries must be received by September 24, 2012 to be considered for EWS FMY2013, with the winner to be chosen shortly after October 1, 2012.
City-wise details of EWS houses to be built are : Raipur-3104, Naya Raipur-7720, Bhilai Industrial Estate-192, Rajnandgaon-272, Raipur(Nardaha)-192, Jorapalli-144, Chilhati-272, Shriramnagar-134, Machewa-336, Balod-140 and Sukma-164.
A clinical trial using the three-drug combination therapy detailed in this research is expected to open later this year for adolescents and young adults with EWS whose tumors have not disappeared with standard therapy or have returned after treatment.
An internal probe being carried out by the Delhi government has revealed several " glaring cases" where persons, not even remotely disadvantaged, have procured the EWS certificates and are using them to avail subsidised education for their children in some of the top public schools in the city.
Right from the initiatives like the Ecological Footprint Initiative (Al Bassama Al Bee'ah) to declaring Wadi Wuraiah as a protected zone, the EWS has in a decade of its service laid ground for the sustainable development of the UAE.