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Symbol for estrone.

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BCHE

A gene on chromosome 3q26.1-2 that encodes butyrylcholinesterase, which has a broad substrate spectrum. It contributes to inactivation of the neurotransmitter acetylcholine and can degrade neurotoxic organophosphate esters.
 
Molecular pathology
Mutant alleles at BCHE are responsible for suxamethonium sensitivity.
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En este trabajo, la definicion de "partido hegemonico" se aplica a la situacion o regimen que priva en los estados donde no ha habido alternancia, y se mantiene la antigua hegemonia del PRI, en contraposicion con aquellos que si la han tenido y con los "gobiernos divididos", en los que el partido del gobernador no es el mismo que el de la mayoria legislativa en el Congreso (Lujambio 2000).
Another goal of PRI is to assist the Bar's Member Benefits Committee in identifying new member benefits providers, especially in the area of technology.
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The new president will seek a coalition of forces to pass reforms," said David Penchyna, a PRI official who helped coordinate Madrazo's campaign.
Fox will get his measures through Congress if he can split the PRI voting bloc.
Ross takes readers on a fast-paced journey through the events of 1994, complete with intrigues of the leading figures of the PRI, like "ninety-four-year-old Fidel Velazquez, the boss of Mexican labor for more than half a century.
Now, however, the PRI is represented by Ernesto Zedillo, who may have been Salinas's original favorite for the nomination.
Madrazo was able to garner support for PRI candidates primarily in the capital city of Villahermosa and surrounding areas, but was unable to overcome the influence of Lopez Obrador in outlying areas.
PRI will be one of the first suppliers to receive Compaq's OpenVMS Itanium-based hardware to begin the port.
According to Aguilar Zinser, using the ballot to remove the PRI from the presidency would be the most revolutionary thing that has happened in Mexico's history.
With 33 percent of overall votes counted, the PRI had 36.
The financial emergency was over, but the PRI was still without a candidate, since there is no vice-presidential position or candidate in the Mexican system.