FANCB

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FANCB

A gene on chromosome Xp22.2 that encodes a protein of the Fanconi anaemia complementation group (here, complementation group B), the members of which are related not by sequence similarity, but rather by their assembly into a common nuclear protein complex.
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concentrations of in vitro fermented swine fecal slurry added with soybean meal and different phytogenic feed additives Incubation time (h) Treatments Control FA1 FA2 Total gas production (ml/g) 12 60.
The Royal Navy's aircraft carriers are able to carry a combination of the Sea Harrier FA2 Fighter/Attack aircraft, RAF ground attack Harrier GR7s as well as a variety of military helicopters including large Chinook support helicopters.
Invincible carries six RAF Harrier GR7 bombers and eight Royal Navy Sea Harrier FA2 fighters.
Auditions will be in the Black Box Theater, room FA2 130, at the college, 3041 W.
Britain will probably have 150 to replace the Harrier GR7 and Sea Harrier FA2.
He also questioned whether Invincible and its Sea Harrier FA2 jets were ideally suited to taking part in the Nato offensive.
Assume FA3 uses the proceeds from the disposition of an asset to fund an upstream loan to FA2 and FA2 uses the loan proceeds to purchase an income-producing asset.
Invincible is capable of carrying up to 24 aircraft, usually a mix of SeaHarrier FA2 fighters, RAF Harrier GR7 bombers and Sea King helicopters, which have a variety of roles, including submarine detection and transporting people and equipment between land and sea.
FA2 carries on an investment business as defined in subsection 95(1) and owns capital property (non-excluded property) that has appreciated in value.
Friday and Saturday in the Blackbox Theatre, FA2 130 on the southwest corner of the campus, 3041 W.
The 20,000-tonne warship will arrive in the Gulf at the end of the month with a complement of Royal Navy FA2 Sea Harriers and Sea King helicopters.
CANCO Parent owns 100 percent of the common shares of FA1 and FA2.