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Boll

(bōl),
Franz C., German histologist and physiologist, 1849-1879. See: Boll cells.

BOLL

A gene on chromosome 2q33 that encodes a putative RNA-binding protein which may be required during spermatogenesis. BOLL is thought to act by binding to the 3'-UTR of mRNAs and regulating translation; it is testis-specific and interacts with DAZ1 and DAZL.
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I think there's a bit of misunderstanding about how the Boule operates," said Jackson.
In an early May 2014 release, GTAT declared it had "developed more advanced [advanced sapphire furnace] technology capable of producing boules significantly greater than 165 kg.
When the round ends, the team with the closest boule to the cochonnet gets a point for that, and more points if it also has additional boules that also are closer than the other team's efforts.
Boule thinks that because both metformin and exercise act to lower glucose levels, the combination may have triggered a counter regulatory response by the body to prevent glucose levels dipping too much.
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His shot careens along the ground and smashes into the Baker's boule, which hurtles off into the bushes.
That brings in a clutch of interesting runners, with Boule d'Or easily the pick of them at odds well into double figures.
RPC Containers Corby has secured a supply deal with Scandinavia's largest food manufacturer, the Orkla Group, to produce a new range of multi-layer polypropylene boules.
However, higher Q has been observed only in a few crystals, and acoustic properties usually vary significantly within a single boule.
Recognizing both the importance of their find and their own inexperience with such fossils, they handed the skeleton to Marcellin Boule, professor of palaeontology at the Mus6um national d'histoire naturelle in Paris.
From the start, Monteverde's works showed a predilection for literary sources whose dramatic depth kept him away from abstract formalism (his first success, La boule de neige, was based on Les enfants terribles of Jean Cocteau).