NAIP


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NAIP

A gene on chromosome 5q13.2 that encodes a protein which inhibits motor neurone apoptosis induced by various signals.

Molecular pathology
NAIP may play a role in preventing spinal muscle atrophy (SMA), as NAIP mutations are associated with SMA.
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This is a departure from use of the NAIP image and is being done at the request of the State of New Jersey.
Although most candidates had three or four competing job offers on the table, the NAVSEA's NAIP acceptance rate was 70 percent--three times the acceptance rate experienced by federal agencies.
After researching different solutions for meeting 4K demands, we chose the StorNext platform because it not only provides high-performance collaboration but also is highly scalable and cost-effective," said Liu Yuqi, deputy director of the technical center at NAIP.
Naseer pointed out that the NAIP has always been keen on addressing issues related to investment and investors with the relevant authorities.
The financial support provided from NAIP ICAR, component 4 (C-1050) is gratefully acknowledged.
In addition to the NAIP, the center's responsibilities include management of the DACM budget, the acquisition workforce tuition assistance program, the continuous learning program, and the information technology systems that support these programs.
We manually identified and extracted the road intersections from the NAIP image and matched them to TIGER road intersections.
Further additions and updates of NAIP imagery will be regularly added to GlobeXplorer's archive as they are made available.
NAIP, who sponsor the concluding National Academy of Indian Payroll Handicap Stakes, have extended their support of the event this year and will also present a cash prize of EeAu200 to the groom responsible for the Best Turned Out horse in each race.
row crops and small grains), and hayland using NAIP photographs and ground truthing.
NACHT domain (domain present in NAIP, CIITA, HET-E and TP1), also known as NBS (nucleotide-binding site domain) coded by exon 3 of the rabbit NLRP3 gene, plays a pivotal role in molecular recognition of host innate immunity (Royet and Reichhart, 2003).