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FYN

A gene on chromosome 6q21 that encodes a membrane-associated tyrosine kinase which has been implicated in the control of cell growth and survival, cell adhesion, integrin-mediated signalling, cytoskeletal remodelling, cell motility, immune response and axon guidance.
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Local children were invited into the garden to sing Nielsen's songs - they're sung in every school in Denmark - and to tap out melodies on the log-pile, just as Nielsen remembered doing in his memoir My Funen Childhood.
The "school" I first visited on Funen Island was one of 110 Folkehojskole (literally, people's universities) in Denmark at the time.
From Esbjerg in Jutland, Copenhagen is a simple motorway drive - about three hours or so - which takes in the extraordinary Storebaelt (or Great Belt) bridge, linking the island of Funen to Zealand, the country's largest island, where Copenhagen is situated.
From Esbjerg in Jutland, Copenhagen is a simple motorway drive - about three hours or so, which takes in the extraordinary Storebaelt (or Great Belt) bridge, linking the island of Funen to Zealand, the country's largest island, where Copenhagen is situated.
And so here I was fulfilling a life-long ambition to visit his birthplace in Odense, an , friendly, laid-back, attractive little city of green parks and cobbled streets, castles and churches, and a meandering river, on the island of Funen (Fyn in Danish), just a pleasant, one-and-a-half hour train journey from Copenhagen, to pay homage to HCA.
In 1830 his Digte (Poems) had at the end of the book a text, described there as "et fyensk Folke-Eventyr" (a folk tale from Funen [the island of Andersen's birth]), entitled " Dodningen" (The Dead Person).
In Denmark we encountered another first as we stayed at a campsite on the island of Funen.
The financial woes of this regional, full-service bank based on the island of Funen and neighbouring islands in central Denmark began in 2009.
Born in Copenhagen, Kobborg trained in the Bournonville style at the Funen Ballet Academy and was admitted to the Royal Danish Ballet School at 16.
They compared annual changes in breast cancer deaths in two Danish regions offering publicly organised screening programmes (Copenhagen and Funen county) with non-screened regions across the rest of Denmark.
In 1988 the practice won a competition to design The Great Belt Link between the Danish islands of Funen and Zealand.