PPT2

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PPT2

A gene on chromosome 6p21.3 that encodes a palmitoyl-protein thioesterase, a glycoprotein enzyme which removes thioester-linked fatty acyl groups from various substrates, including S-palmitoyl-CoA.
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ISLAMABAD -- Non initiation of development work in sector G14 by Federal Government Employees Housing Foundation (FGEHF) since 10 years has caused embarrassment among the allottees.
Specifically, we analyze all electronically matched zero-coupon inflation swap trades involving a G14 dealer for a three-month period in 2010.
TOKYO: Japan expressed reservations Thursday against a plan by French President Nicolas Sarkozy to expand the G8 group of industrial powers into a G14 by including major emerging economies.
Gaillard pointed out that G14, the now-defunct group of elite European clubs, had their own salary limit of a maximum of 70% of revenue being spent on wages.
He joined Chelsea counterpart Peter Kenyon on a 15-man board which replaced the now defunct G14 body and will have a crucial voice in running the European game over the next two years.
Parry joined his Chelsea counterpart Peter Kenyon on a 15-man board which replaced the now defunct G14 body and will have a crucial voice in running the European game over the next two years.
The ECA replaces the now defunct G14 group of elite clubs and Rangers director McClelland was elected to the 15-man board at a meeting in Geneva yesterday.
Parry joined Chelsea's Peter Kenyon on a 15-man board which replaced the now defunct G14 body and will have a crucial voice in running the European game over the next two years.
As well as United, Chelsea, Liverpool, Arsenal and Newcastle are the other English members of the ECA, which has replaced the disbanded G14 cartel.
Many believed the recent decision to disband the G14 group of the continent's most powerful clubs would head off the threat of a European League - but Wenger is convinced UEFA will eventually introduce the idea.
Following the abolition of the G14 pressure group of the continent's biggest outfits, it was thought that the idea of a super league was dead.
The deal was announced by UEFA president Michel Platini at the launch of the European Club Association, a body which will replace the elite G14 pressure group and unite Europe's wealthiest clubs, UEFA and the world governing body FIFA in an unprecedented peace treaty.