SLC45A2

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SLC45A2

A gene on chromosome 5p13.2 that encodes solute carrier family 45, member 2, which is a melanocyte differentiation antigen thought to transport substances required for melanin biosynthesis. It is expressed in most melanoma cell lines and melanocytes.

Molecular pathology
SLC45A2 mutation causes oculocutaneous albinism type 4.
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The development of the MATP culminates a year of intense work spearheaded by the IIFM Secretariat and involving several Islamic financial institutions (IFIs) from member jurisdictions as well as Sharia scholars, legal experts and other market practitioners, said IIFM chairman and Central Bank of Bahrain executive director, banking supervision, Khalid Hamad.
The MATP is a benchmark document and a global first for the Islamic finance industry," he said.
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Nasser Al Shaali, CEO of the DIFC Authority said: "The MATP represents a significant milestone in the development of the global Islamic Finance industry.
DIFC hosted the final review of the MATP by the scholars of the IIFM Shari'ah Panel on 14 August, 2008
The MATP will carry wide acceptability, given the active involvement of many prominent market players and prominent Sharia scholars throughout the process of developing the agreement.
The MATP, once it comes to market in a short while, will be the first Islamic finance contract to be harmonized across the different geographic regions where Islamic banking is practiced," said Mr Alvi.
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