formin

for·min

(fōr'min)
A family of proteins that participates in cell polarization, cytokinesis, and vertebrate limb formation.
[L. forma, form, + -in]
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4% in inverted formin, FH2 and WH2 domain containing ( INF2 ) gene, 4.
D) Organization of polymerized actin and actin regulators (Arp2/3 and WAVE complex, formin family proteins, and VASP) in the spine.
Abdul-Aziz was kidnapped from his formin Abu Dis village east of Jerusalem, under accusations of planning with and assisting Muhannad Al-Halabi in the stabbing operative that took place in Jerusalem on October 1st.
209) Expression levels of formin homology domain protein 1 (FHOD1), an actin nucleating protein, are dependent on PI3K.
Reduction in the incidence of type 2 diabetes with lifestyle intervention or met formin.
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Mutations in the formin gene INF2 cause focal segmental glomerulosclerosis," Nature Genetics, vol.
Alexander Stubb, "A New Arctic Era and Finland's Arctic Policy" (keynote speech, 20th Anniversary Seminar of the Arctic Center, 29 September 2009), available at formin.
This practice, based in mutual love and affection, however, may lose its original meaning iIn some families andcertain cases where the male members may consider it their right that women have had theirdowry is considered an alternative of the share in the formin inheritance,equate of dowry etc.
Similarly, although met formin is recommended as first-line therapy in most diabetes treatments, it also begins to fail in 12 to 18 months because it does not preserve beta cell function and has a weak effect on muscle to improve insulin sensitivity.