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KIF5B

A gene on chromosome 10p11.22 that encodes a microtubule-dependent motor protein required for normal distribution of mitochondria and lysosomes.
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45%, respectively), whereas KNS recorded the lowest values for both meat portions (p<0.
For both portions of meat, the highest and lowest moisture contents were observed in BL and KNS, respectively.
The pH values of thigh meat, in general, differed among the types of chicken used, except KNL and KNS (p<0.
In contrast, KNS expressed lower b* values for breast and thigh meat than the other types of chicken.
Confirming the archeological importance of the area vis-a-vis its history dating back to Kanishka's time, KNS quoted an official as saying that there is evidence suggesting that in the seventh century, Kanishka has organized a Buddhist conference at Parihaspora.
Membership Meeting Minutes, May 20, 1941; Executive Board Meeting Minutes, November 14, 1951; KNS.
Membership Meeting Minutes, December 15, 1943, KNS.
For Kensington, see, for example, Membership Meeting Minutes, September 11, 1947; Membership Meeting Minutes, November 18, 1953; Membership Meeting Minutes, April 24, 1952; Membership Meeting Minutes, May 18, 1953; Membership Meeting Minutes, February 10, 1954; KNS.
The acquisition of KNS allows Internet Securities to offer clients exclusive access to locally generated and proprietary newsletters, qualitative daily updates, and market-moving events in the English, Romanian, and Bulgarian languages.
A top police official told KNS that the issue has taken up the case with Delhi police for the release of the two girls.
He also noted that Knopp Biosciences will support the role of KNS in the licensing arrangement with Biogen Idec, which, as previously reported, expects to initiate Phase 3 development of KNS-760704 in amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) in the first half of 2011.
Knopp Biosciences remains on Pittsburgh's South Side at the street address of KNS.