FLNB

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FLNB

A gene on chromosome 3p14.3 that encodes filamin B, an actin-binding protein which interacts with glycoprotein Ib alpha during the repair of vascular injuries. FLNB interaction with FLNA may allow neuroblast migration from the ventricular zone into the cortical plate.

Molecular pathology
Defects in FLNB cause:
• Atelosteogenesis types 1 and 3;
• Larsen syndrome (autosomal dominant);
• Boomerang dysplasia; and
• Spondylocarpotarsal synostosis syndrome.
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The results after the year of treatment indicate, in the first place, that the PsT is effective in modifying some components of the TABP, as the application of the program resulted in a reduction of Pressured Drive (Factor 1 of the FTAS) and Speed-Impatience (Factor 3 of the SI) only in the PsT group, whereas in the HET and in the SMT groups, there was no reduction of these or other TABP components.
The results of Anger, a central component of the TABP, are unclear.
The standardized discriminant coefficients as shown in Table 4 revealed that TABP (.
Findings of the second research question, which investigated whether locus of control, TABP, athletic identity, and the practice of superstition would differ by competition level, revealed that NCAA Division III athletes reported a greater tendency to engage in Type A behaviors than Division I athletes.
Given the lack of consensus among researchers as to which self-report measure of the TABP is the most appropriate for use in organizational research, it was considered desirable to conduct the analysis separately using two measures of the TABP, and report the results of both.
Although the mean and median scores for the Vickers measure of the TABP of 44.
However, even when parent child TABP comparisons are performed with identical measures, specific parent-child patterns by gender are not consistently identified.
Thus, while the research on TABP comparisons in parents and their children suggests that having a Type A parent increases the likelihood that a child with express Type A characteristics, the model has not been able to identify consistent age or gender patterns of influence.
Yamasaki (1994) and Raikkonen (1993) suggested that there is an association between TABP of parents and their children.
The correlations between TABP and the different variables of family environment, classroom environment, and intelligence are given in Tables 1 and 2 for boys and girls, respectively.
To analyze whether there were differences between the three Type groups in the number of physical activities that the participants took part in, a two-way ANOVA was conducted with TABP and gender as the independent variables, and the number of activities as the dependent variable.
The analyses of variance that were made to examine possible differences, between women and men with different TABP, in attitudes towards athletic participation by women and men respectively, displayed several significant differences (Table 3).