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BRWD1

A gene on chromosome 21q22.2 that encodes a member of the WD-repeat protein family, which are involved in various cellular processes, including cell cycle progression, signal transduction, apoptosis and gene regulation. BRWD1 is located within the Down syndrome region-2 on chromosome 21; it may be a transcriptional activator, and may be involved in chromatin remodelling.
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Last month, our electricity bills rose to N143,000 [$720] a month from N80,000 [$400]," Falayi adds.
The bottles affected by Wednesday's decision carry the labels: N229, N119, N143, N180, N181, N190, N216, N218 and N219.
Issue N143 os today is bagged with a guide on a Triathlon discipline
I am aware that some stations, even as of this morning, sold at N143.
In Nigeria, growth is also positive, with pharmaceuticals expenditure projected to grow from N143.
The team met a long queue at Bovas Petrol station which was selling N143 per litre to people, while few people at Samfunk, Lao, Damarofek Petrol stations sold N220 per litre to people though the official pump price displayed N145.
According to him, the NNPC filling stations are selling the product at N143 per litre.
An manager in one of the Independent marketers' outfit, who spoke to Correspondents and pleaded anonymity, said the root cause of the fuel scarcity is that independent marketers had been getting pump price at N150 from source, and had a dilemma of selling it at official price of N145 or N143 as some of them were known for.
Attendants at the NNPC mega station, located along the Ring Road area of Osogbo were dispensing fuel to motorists and commercial motorcyclists at the rate of N143 per litre, but the queues, which were in two lines were long and it caused traffic gridlock on the stretch of the dual carriage way.
Two of the Nigeria National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) sales outlets around Ogo Oluwa, Osogbo were besieged by motorists and commercial motorcyclists, with a view to buying the product at N143 per litre.
They gave the products to them, the private depot owners in turn sell to middlemen in bulk who later sell to independent marketers at N143 per litre.