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CRTAC1

A gene on chromosome 10q22 that encodes a cartilage acidic protein 1, which is upregulated by BMP4 in mesenchymal stem cells undergoing chondrogenic differentiation.
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To be elected as Vice Chair of ASPIC is a tremendous honor," said Cameron Chell, CEO of Chell.
It's not set in aspic though' nowhere today can be.
Mr Morgan told AMs, 'You can't freeze the health service in aspic, the same as you can't freeze anything else.
To make egg ghosts, use a small knife or 1/2-inch aspic cutters to hollow out eyes and mouths to form a face.
Sir David said: "We need to move rural policy beyond sterile debates about preserving the countryside in aspic to ensuring change in the countryside is change for the better.
The year was 1986, yet I doubt much has changed, since Wimbledon is preserved in aspic.
Many ASPIC members are delivering innovative business solutions, and we need to focus on customer issues that help educate the marketplace on this evolving industry.
But if you look at what Unesco said, it was not about wrapping the city in aspic.
The garden shower was a neat device I saw in Lidl or Aldi, one of those stores that quite often stocks the unusual, like green chillies stuffed with Greek cheese or pigs ears in aspic.
With its early 20th century social mores trapped like:ies in aspic (one careless racist remark brought gasps from the audience), and vivid, well-judged performances from the likes of Gerald Harper, Mark Wynter and Denis Lill, it's a rather more interesting evening than Christie sceptics might expect.
While we don't want to preserve the estate in aspic, we want to keep its traditional feel and this will help us do so.
That is not to say the Iraq debate has run out of steam so much as it has become preserved in aspic.