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A neurogenic Drosophila gene of the major intrinsic protein family, which has cell adhesive functions that may be important for Drosophila neurogenesis. It is essential for proper differentiation of ectoderm; it acts synergistically with neurogenic locus proteins Notch and Delta during the separation of neural and epidermal cell lineages in response to the lateral inhibition signal; it has voltage-insensitive monovalent cation channel. Ion transport in big brain is blocked by divalent cations

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the ruff or longer hair around the chest area in some breeds of cats.
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com representatives will represent the Bib Guard for the following 2 years using these materials and will also actively follow up with any manufacturers and marketers that display an interest in potentially licensing the invention.
They all had one thing in common, though: Boston Marathon bib No.
Sleeved Bib, with the added protection of full sleeves, for ages 6-24+ months
The bib on the shirt worn by Shot-in-the-Eye, although of similar trapezoidal shape, appears to have a single lane border and single-lane vertical division, probably done exclusively in white beads, with the remaining internal areas of hide painted in two separate colors.
Ms Klass already has several of the Sarah Jane leather bibs for her baby, Ava - and is one of several celebrity mothers who use the product, including Natasha Kaplinsky and Billie Piper.
NO SMOKE FOR ME: Samuel Allcock wears the no smoking bib with his mum Sarah and watched by Roary the Lion
The bibs bear the words Made In Scotland but were manufactured in China.
But she was furious when she was able to buy one of the bibs at the same store four days ago.
The noiseless outer shell of these bibs keeps you undetected when pursuing game, while the 100-gram Hollofil insulation will keep you warm on the stand.
Designed specifically for stand hunters, Standmaster(r) Bibs incorporate large cargo pockets, bib pockets for binoculars, handwarmer pockets, sewn-in knee pads, suspenders, a drop seat, and full-length zippers.
This tendency allowed Juan Carlos Senar and Montse Camerino of the Museum of Zoology in Barcelona to see whether siskins use their black chest bibs as an index of dominance.
Instead, the auxiliary orders the bibs through a private manufacturer, and volunteers place each one in a clear bag marked with red candy canes.