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NLRC4

A gene on chromosome 2p22-p21 that encodes a protein which self-associates, binds to ASC, pro-caspase-1, NOD2, BCL10 and NALP1 by CARD-CARD interaction, and promotes apotosis.
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Clan pressed late on and they were again rewarded with just over a minute to go as Landon Oslanski added the goal that took it to overtime.
Galvez said the WestMinCom is ready to help rebuild the cordiality between the related Dipatuan and Balindong clans through periodic dialogues focused on how both sides can cooperate in maintaining law and order in their respective municipalities.
The warring clans are merchants selling their wares in and around the San Nicolas public market here.
Graciano Mijares, police chief of the Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (ARMM), said cases would be filed against members of the Bacolod-Kalawi police who either harbored gunmen from the warring clans or were themselves involved in the fighting.
This year during the Trail Tour, Clan Foundation members presented a check for 3,450 Euros (approximately $4,000) to the Trinity Access Program (TAP), a program that works in partnership with students, teachers, families, communities and businesses to widen access and participation at university level of under-represented groups.
MacAlpines the world over are being summoned to a family convention in the Roxburghshire town of Melrose on September 10 - but the competition to become the first MacAlpine clan chief could come down to DNA tests.
Devils went ahead when Joey Martin scored on five minutes 57 seconds, but they failed to build on that start despite outshooting Clan 34-23.
The Sabahs were one of several Najdi clans from the Bani-Utba group of tribes from the huge Anaiza confederation.
Not only Kurdish clans but also an Arab clan changed its political preference and joined the ranks of the HDP.
By emphasizing the role that clans played in community organization and leadership, Steckley demonstrates the inadequacy of viewing the Wyandots, as the French and British too often did, in "tribal" or "national" terms.
BEIRUT: Seven years of violent disputes between two clans in the Western Bek region came ended Friday after successful mediation efforts chaired by prominent businessman Ahmad Abu Uthman.
They said in the past too had Maulana Sami-ul Haq and Maulana Fazlur Rehman approached the clan for peace talks with the government, but it took them not seriously.