SHROOM4

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SHROOM4

A gene on chromosome Xp11.22 that encodes a protein which may regulate cellular and cytoskeletal architecture by modulating the spatial distribution of myosin II; it thus plays a key role in development.

Molecular pathology
Defects of SHROOM4 cause mental retardation syndromic X-linked Stocco dos Santos type; several SHROOM4 translocations cause X-linked mental retardation.
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The SHAP LEED Gold certified project was led by the FCA US Manufacturing Engineering Building Group with assistance from the architect/engineering firm NSA Architects, Engineers, Planners of Farmington Hills, Mich.
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I still recall Raymond Clark (from Cleadon Street) and John Smith and Peter who were billeted with my grandparents in the village of Shap from September 1939 to some time in 1940.
The SHAP consists of 26 tasks: 12 abstract object tasks and 14 activities of daily living.
Merseyside Fire and Rescue Service Community Prevention Advocates worked in conjunction with SHAP, an organisation which helps vulnerable people in the community, to ensure Frank was given the support he needed after the kitchen fire.
The show was generously sponsored by Allflex Tags and Pfizer and, prior to the sale, the judge Mr Dennis Musgrave, Cardew Hall farm, Dalston awarded the overall championship to Messrs Hodgson, Green Farm, Shap whose superb black Limousin cross 10 month old steer went on to make pounds 1300 and was purchased by Mr Cheacker, Bristol.
John Robinson, of Heswall, will be making the 19,000ft climb in support of Shap, a charity that provides safe houses for victims of domestic violence and their families.