MOK


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MOK

A gene on chromosome 14q32 that encodes a CMGC Ser/Thr protein kinase which undergoes autophosphorylation and phosphorylates various substrates. It is highly expressed in the heart, brain, lungs, kidneys and pancreas.
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But I think the vast majority of users would not bother or not have the knowledge of how to do that," Mok said.
It is believed Ta Mok was personally responsible for the deaths of thousands, if not tens of thousands of innocents, including a single slaughter in the Angkor Chey district in which 30,000 people died.
Mok called information and surprisingly found Papale's number.
Ta Mok, 80, died July 21 at a military hospital in Phnom Penh and doctors cited old age, pneumonia and cardio problems as the cause of death
Ta Mok, whose real name is Ung Choeun, was one of two senior Khmer Rouge officials in detention awaiting trial on charges of genocide and crimes against humanity.
Mok, a resident in the department of medicine at Queen Mary Hospital in Hong Kong.
His extensive knowledge of fashion and outsize personality were exactly what Banks and fellow executive producer Ken Mok were looking for when they first designed the show.
Participation in self-help groups certainly help members to empower themselves (Chesler, 1991; Nylund, 2000; Mok, 2001).
Dr Jacqueline Mok and Professor Anthony Busuttil, head of the hospital's forensic medicine section, did the research for NHS Quality Improvement Scotland.
It is apt that Mok Wei Wei, the architect for a new residential scheme, should be one of Singapore's foremost exponents of contemporary Modernism.
Sung Ming Mok flew to Miami from Caracas, Venezuela with the 4-inch-by-4-inch kitchen knives in his checked luggage.
Mok, a molecular biologist at Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston, and his colleagues used so-called microarray technology to find genes that are especially active in ovarian-tumor cells.