PPIE


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PPIE

A gene on chromosome 1p32 that encodes peptidylprolyl cis-trans isomerase E (cyclophilin E), which, as with other PPIs, accelerates protein folding. It catalyses the cis-trans isomerisation of proline-imidic peptide bonds in oligopeptides. Cyclophilin E may be involved in muscle- and brain-specific functions; it may play a role in pre-mRNA splicing.
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Edsel Ford's road trip is one example of the lure of the PPIE that was seen and felt across the country and around the world," said Dr.
Dubai: The two-day Philippine Property and Investment Exhibition, or PPIE, concluded on Saturday, attracting around 4,000 quality visitors and developers claimed signing of millions of dirhams worth of property deals.
The PPIE, the largest Philippine property exhibition organised in the region, was participated by 18 of the country's leading property developers, banks and government-backed financial institutions and witnessed showcasing of projects worth Dh2.
When a new technology called motion pictures made its world's fair debut at the PPIE, media-savvy Beasley anticipated its revolutionary potential to change hearts and minds.
6) What do the responses of black Californians to the PPIE tell us about African American citizenship and gender in 1915, at the height of the era of Jim Crow?
We are thrilled to work together with so many partners and collaborators to help bring back the spirit of the PPIE and the 1915 World's Fair to San Francisco," said Dr.
A much-anticipated Uke-a-Thon took place under the Palace Rotunda, where nearly a thousand professional and amateur Ukulele players, led by Ben Ahn, Hana hou 100, and Hiram Kaailau Bell , performed for onlookers in a salute to this amazing instrument, first introduced to the United States at the PPIE, sparking a "Uke" craze throughout the nation.
Additional events taking place during PPIE100 opening weekend include: The San Francisco Ethnic Dance Festival 2015 Season "Under the Rotunda" at City Hall with dance and music from a myriad of world cultures honoring PPIE (Friday, 2/20 @ 12:00 Noon) ; The opening of the California Historical Society sister exhibit City Rising: San Francisco and The 1915 World's Fair at 678 Mission Street -- a stunning jewel-box show, highlighting the Fair's history, beauty, complexity, and impact.
February 20, 2015 marks the 100th anniversary of the PPIE , celebrating the completion of the Panama Canal and showcasing San Francisco -- its recovery from the ashes of the 1906 earthquake and fire and its world trade potential.
The original phones unveiled today will be on display at the California Historical Society as part of its PPIE 100 "City Rising: San Francisco and the 1915 World Fair" exhibition at 678 Mission Street which officially opens on February 22[sup.
The PPIE was the 1915 World's Fair celebrating the completion of the Panama Canal and showcasing host city San Francisco, which emerged from the ashes of earthquake and fire as a center of beauty, progress, and innovation.
Also featured inside the Palace and at its galleries at 678 Mission Street will be exhibitions by the California Historical Society, "City Rising: San Francisco and the World's Fair of 1915," which will depict PPIE as a critical event that shaped the San Francisco we know today: a city undaunted by tragedy, audaciously innovative, and rising to meet the challenges of the day.