ezrin

ez·rin

(ez'rin),
A protein that participates in the connections of the cytoskeleton to the plasma membrane as well as in the regulation of acid secretion.
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Cooper and Depp were joined by Aerosmith's Joe Perry, along with producer Bob Ezrin, and soon the recording began.
Objective: In this study we propose to investigate the feasibility of the industrial development and validation up to the CE marking of two immunodiagnostic kits based on two novel biomarkers recently identified as specific markers of early stage pancreatic cancer, Ezrin (EZR), and its treatment follow up, phosphorilated alpha-Enolase isoforms 1,2 (ENOA).
I am thrilled with our choice of Laureate," said Bob Ezrin, Chair of the Glenn Gould Prize Jury.
The album was produced by the legendary Bob Ezrin and features an eclectic group of vocal and instrumental guests, including Elton John, Steve Vai, Lang Lang, Naya Rivera and Zucherro.
Myer Ezrin I retired from the University of Connecticut's Institute of Materials Science in 2006 after 55years in industry and academia, mainly in plastics failure analysis.
Ezrin has been shown to participate in tumor progression and its over-expression is associated with the metastasis in different tumors (Khanna et al.
For a while, it seemed all the stars were aligning for the musician and songwriter, with Canadian music producer Bob Ezrin, who worked on Pink Floyd's The Wall, showing an interest in producing her album.
And US record producer Bob Ezrin - who has worked with acts such as Nine Inch Nails, Lou Reed and Rod Stewart - was given the outstanding contribution prize.
Hallelujah' was (produced by) Bob Ezrin, who worked on 'The Wall.
Backed by his band (acoustic pianist Billy Childs, electric keyboardist Andy Ezrin, guitarist Mark Whitfield, bassist Robert Hurst, and drummer Billy Kilson), the trumpeter turned in a solid two-hour concert that showed that he knows how to handle the horn.
Gabriel recorded Scratch My Back with ace producer Bob Ezrin, the man who made The Wall with Pink Floyd and Berlin with Lou Reed.
With tracks exploring drugs, depression, domestic violence and death, its producer Bob Ezrin allegedly told his kids their mum was dead so he could record their sobs for one of the tracks.