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KAT8

A gene on chromosome 16p11.2 that encodes a histone acetyltransferase which may be involved in transcriptional activation.
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The current MOF can absorb only 20 percent of its weight in water, but other MOF materials could possibly absorb 40 percent or more.
We managed to pull the MOF cable above the hard ceiling by removing the light fixtures and fishing a rope from fixture hole to fixture hole,' Israel says.
According to an MOF report to the government earlier this year, 60 percent of Japan's top 300 non-banks had delinquency rates of 10 percent of their total assets, and the vast majority of these firms experienced a three-fold increase in delinquency levels within the past year alone.
With exports of information-communications products remaining in the doldrums, the MOF remarked that exports decline for the whole year is inevitable.
The MOF held the auction to raise funds for its Trust Fund Bureau account, which is expected to see a major outflow of funds because of maturing postal savings contracted roughly 10 years ago when interest rates were high.
As part of their support for building mosques, the MOF staff donated funds to the GAIAE delegation during its recent visit to the Ministry's headquarters, realizing that mosques strengthen religious, spiritual and cultural aspects of all segments of society.
25 trillion yen is part of more than 40 trillion yen in 10-year government bonds the MOF issued in fiscal 1998 to finance economic stimulus measures.
24, and we also want to see it," an MOF official said.
Yeh Man-tsu, chief statistician of the MOF, noted that although resumption of positive growth for exports in September meets expectation but the double-digit growth surprised him.
The "Competent Authority Webpage" is required to ensure that MOF meets the requirements set by its ever expanding tax treaty network.
The four named by 16 legislators of the main opposition Democratic Party of Japan (DPJ) are former MOF Banking Bureau chief Kimio Yamaguchi, Sei Nakai, MOF councillor for the bureau, former NCB Chairman Hiroshi Kubota and former NCB President Shigeoki Togo.
In 1998, the Ministry of Finance (MOF) surrendered the top spot to the Posts and Telecommunications Ministry for the first time in 33 years, apparently due to a series of bribery scandals involving MOF officials.