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FEN1

A gene on chromosome 11q12 that encodes a protein belonging to the XPG/RAD2 endonuclease family, which removes 5' overhanging flaps in DNA repair and processes the 5' ends of Okazaki fragments in lagging-strand DNA synthesis. Direct physical interaction between FEN1 and AP endonuclease 1 during long-patch base excision repair provides co-ordinated loading of the proteins onto the substrate, passing the substrate from one enzyme to another.
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Las estructuras MF1 [2] y MF2 [3] son modelos a escala en la Figura 1.
Sixteen years (1984-2000) of chemical fertiliser application at sowing time totalled 160 kg N/ha, 245 kg P/ha, and 265 kg K/ha for MF1 treatment, and 320 kg N/ha, 490 kg P/ha, and 530 kg K/ha for MF2 treatment.
Nonprofit institutes are more actively meeting the objective of reaching poor and taking participants out of poverty The results of other factors like MF1 size, capital structure, MFI size, profit are positive and risk, regulation, are negative and significant contributor of outreach generally in all regions.
In addition, blending virgin plastics can minimize the changes in MF1 when recycling.
Calci mudstone-wackestone microfacies(MF-1)The MF1 microfacies is composed of limestone with stringers of black and brown shale on the outcrop scale however under the microscope the mudstone-wackestone fabric is recognized.
The mountings of the RCH Amlok rod clamp have been designed to apply to standard heavy-duty NFPA-style MF1 cylinders.
Characterization of the uterine phenotype during the periimplantation period for LIF-null, MF1 strain mouse.
Available in the MF1 and MR3 chipbreaker configurations, the grade features a hard microgram substrate and a new type of tough, wear-resistant PVD coating.
One of the reasons Sound Transit specified the MF1 foam was to lengthen the service life of the new seats to reduce the frequency of worn seat materials' disposal.
2007) calculating poverty index requires to weight each MF1 as; w = [{l-(Ki-Min (k)) / Range of K] where i represents the number of a particular MFI.
Input duration Number of Designation time (min) applying cycle MF1 1 15 MF3 3 5 MF5 5 3 MF15 15 1 TABLE 2.