FARSA

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FARSA

A gene on chromosome 19p13.2 that encodes the alpha subunit of  phenylalanyl-tRNA synthetase, a heterotetramer formed by two alpha and two beta units. FARSA is expressed in a regulated tumour-selective, cell cycle stage- and differentiation-dependent fashion.
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Concrete roof tile lead times, prior to the hurricanes, were already creeping up to about 12 weeks," says Steve Munnell, FRSA executive director.
Access to resources is being addressed through the FRSA training, and through an increase in the number of "system navigator" employees in the IMCOM organization.
The highest value of DPPH FRSA was observed in fresh samples followed by those submitted to LTD at 25[degrees]C, then those submitted to HAD at 50[degrees]C, and then those submitted to HAD at 75[degrees]C (Table 6).
Both FRSA and HMSA contain express preemption provisions intended to make rail laws "nationally uniform to the extent practicable.
Although thousands of plaintiffs participated in a class action settlement in 2007, individual lawsuits were often removed to federal court, where the railroad argued that the cases were preempted under FRSA.
I refer to the message on May 16 from David J Wright FIAM, FRSA about glaucoma being the leading cause of blindness in the UK today and urging people to have their eyes checked regularly.
In 2001, the level of FRSA in primary care, hospital inpatients, and nondermatology outpatients was similar, at 10%.
Co-founder of the Society for Theatre Research, Editor of Theatre Notebook, Showman and Historian of a Miniature World George Speaight, FRSA, who has died aged 91, was acknowledged as the world authority on nineteenth-century toy theatre.
Paul D Hewitt, BA DipEd MA FRSA FCIM, Headmaster, The Royal School Dungannon
You may find the truculence, the awful graphic design and his obsession with his qualifications (which include FRSA, a suffix the Royal Society of Arts used to ask you not to use because anybody who pays the modest fee becomes a Fellow) a bit tiresome.
PhD, FRSA is young enough, and qualified enough, to still be among the fron-runners when the post becomes available again.