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FANCE

A gene on chromosome 6p22-p21 that encodes a protein of the Fanconi anaemia complementation group (here, complementation group E), the members of which are related not by sequence similarity, but rather by their assembly into a common nuclear protein complex.

FAE

Abbreviation for fetal alcohol effects.

FAE

Abbreviation for fetal alcohol effects.
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Com o objetivo de ampliar o conhecimento que se tem acerca da FAE brasileira e mapear sua producao cientifica, este estudo apresenta a analise bibliometrica dos artigos brasileiros publicados pela area no periodo de 1983 a 2013 e os discute a partir do resgate historico da area, do panorama atual dos grupos de pesquisa registrados no CNPq e da evolucao dos cursos de pos-graduacao.
La coadministracion de los AH y los FAE es una situacion clinica que exige consideraciones especificas por las posibles interacciones farmacologicas.
Primeiramente, foram obtidos grupos controles para cada uma das medidas utilizadas do TDCL e para as FAE separando os participantes com escores acima do limite inferior do intervalo de confianca (LIC) de 95%, os grupos controles especificos de tarefas (GCE) (ver Tabela 1).
When the fungus was grown in AH substrate (Table 3), there were interactions between glucose and N for FAE and AE (p<0.
Assim, tambem foi evidenciado que a FAE da PA e PS foram as que provocaram os maiores efeitos inibitorios tanto no crescimento de cebola como em trigo.
In monocyte derived DC, FAE inhibited cell differentiation by granulocyte macrophage colony stimulating factor (GM-CSF) and IL-4.
3) Women who consume even small amounts of alcohol during pregnancy increase their risk of having a child with FAE.
Word spread rapidly that FAE had the capability and the will for difficult and customised building maintenance units through these links.
Since then, Health Canada has undertaken a number of activities to assist health care professionals identify and implement preventive strategies that will reduce the incidents of FAS and FAE.
Some scientists, however, consider FAE such a catchall diagnosis that it obscures some important genetic diseases.
And the incidence of FAS or FAE varies a great deal community by community.
Claren, Aldrich Professor of Pediatrics at the University of Washington School of Medicine in Seattle, stresses that children with FAE are impulsive and use poor judgment.