NCOA6

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NCOA6

A gene on chromosome 20q11 that encodes a transcription coactivator that interacts with nuclear hormone receptors, enhancing transcriptional activator activity. NCOA6 is involved in hormone-dependent coactivation of prostanoid, retinoid, vitamin D3, thyroid hormone and steroid receptors.
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With this launch, PRIP is now available for download from Google Play, providing users in the US with instant PTT connections to NII's 11 million subscribers in Mexico, Brazil and across Latin America as well as other PRIP users in the US.
Hasta los actuales momentos, la implementacion del PRIP como instrumento de la politica de innovacion ha avanzado (mas de 400 redes en todo el pais, financiamientos iniciales superiores a los 2000 millones, entre otros), pero pese a esto, hasta el momento de la realizacion de esta investigacion, no se conocian evaluaciones externas de estas redes, razon por la cual ante la carencia de informacion que pueda ser util para constatar la efectividad de aplicacion del programa, o para orientar adecuadamente la toma de decisiones sobre su permanencia, se hace necesario evaluar los impactos o efectos que el PRIP ha tenido hasta el presente.
This species possesses at least two AQPs, PvAqp1 and PvAqp2; the former belongs to the PRIP subfamily and the latter, to the RPIP subfamily (Fig.
Tissue-specific expression and the functional relationship between DRIP and PRIP were demonstrated in our study of the foliage-feeding domesticated silkworm Bombyx mori (Azuma et al.
The Commission therefore required that Ahlstrom divest all of its heavy-weight abrasive paper backings and PRIP business.
ILLSUP 1SGPRIND 2SGIMP PRIPS INF sanoma saon sao saoDa sannoa kuDoma kuon kuo kuoDa kuttoa
This question is even more complicated since the EP has proposed extending the field of application to investment products other than PRIPs.
The parallel remote-sensing image processing software PRIPS was encapsulated into a Grid service and this achievement was reported in [33].
The PRIPS study: screening battery for subjects at risk for Parkinson's disease.
These are the packaged retail investment products, also known as PRIPs.
PRIPS aimed to test a two-stage screening strategy for early identification of PD cases utilizing the following predictors: hyposmia, PD family history, subtle motor impairment, and substantia nigra hyperechogenicity (SN+).
Proposed by the Commission in July 2012, the text foresees that a key information document will accompany all PRIPs for which the return on one or more assets or reference values is determined by financial market fluctuations.