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NOD

Nucleotide-binding oligomerization domain proteins.
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He has served a two-game suspension and gets the nod over Franck Queudrue, who is also free from a ban.
Since then, rookie Howie Kendrick, who's primarily a second baseman, has been getting the bulk of the work at first base against right-handers, and Robb Quinlan usually gets the nod against southpaws.
Maggs missed the summer tour to New Zealand with a broken arm, but gets the nod ahead of another returnee in Rob Henderson.
Set to launch its newest version in only two days, XRAYMEDIA takes stock as it gets the nod from a number of significant media associations and increases its media offering by over $7,500,000 today.
Given would leap at the chance of joining the Gunners, probably on loan, if Wenger gets the nod from the ambitious eastlands outfit.
and if Leopardstown gets the nod after an early-morning inspection, brilliant Derby hero New Approach will top the bill in the Irish Champion Stakes, live on C4.
PRESUMING Hartley gets the nod to start, these two pals will battle it out in the engine room.
Top guns Peter Karlsson and Billy Hamill are back in the side after missing last week's challenge meeting at Sheffield, while William Lawson gets the nod at reserve and Theo Pijper makes his league debut for the Monmore men.
If Aspinwall gets the nod, he will become the first Huddersfield player since Ken Loxton in 1971 to play in a full Test for Great Britain.
If it gets the nod from the board, the program could be the answer to Plum Canyon's need to solve a problem many California public schools face - providing adequate physical education to students.
For sheer excellence all season that climaxed with 1-7 in the All-Ireland final Ben gets the nod.
From Deutsche Grammophon, Mezzo Soprano Anne Sophie von Otter gets the nod for her recording of songs and chamber music by Beethoven, Meyerbeer and Spohr (Archiv) as does Bass-Baritone Thomas Quasthoff for his critically-acclaimed recording of two song cycles, Schubert: Schwanengesang/Brahms: Vier Ernste Gesange.