SULT1A3

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SULT1A3

A gene on chromosome 16p11.2 that encodes a sulfotransferase which sulfonates and activates phenolic monoamines (e.g., neurotransmitters dopamine, norepinephrine and serotonin), as well as phenolic and catechol drugs.
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Be wise, old man; discharge thyself of a portion of thy superfluous wealth; repay to the hands of a Christian a part of what thou hast acquired by the usury thou hast practised on those of his religion.
Since thou hast made thy choice, it remains but that thou payest down thy ransom, and that at a short day.
It is a balsam," answered Don Quixote, "the receipt of which I have in my memory, with which one need have no fear of death, or dread dying of any wound; and so when I make it and give it to thee thou hast nothing to do when in some battle thou seest they have cut me in half through the middle of the body- as is wont to happen frequently,- but neatly and with great nicety, ere the blood congeal, to place that portion of the body which shall have fallen to the ground upon the other half which remains in the saddle, taking care to fit it on evenly and exactly.
Thou hast said well and hit the point," answered Don Quixote; and so I recall the oath in so far as relates to taking fresh vengeance on him, but I make and confirm it anew to lead the life I have said until such time as I take by force from some knight another helmet such as this and as good; and think not, Sancho, that I am raising smoke with straw in doing so, for I have one to imitate in the matter, since the very same thing to a hair happened in the case of Mambrino's helmet, which cost Sacripante so dear.
O Hathi, hast thou ever seen the like of this drought?
Tha said, 'Thou hast killed the buck, and thou hast let Death loose in the Jungle, and with Death has come Fear, so that the people of the Jungle are afraid one of the other, as thou art afraid of the Hairless One.
I am glad thou hast brought thyself back to us, and with such a good companion as the Cook, whom we all welcome to Sherwood.
cried the Sheriff, "whence comest thou and where hast thou been?
For all thou dost and hast done to blight and curse the nobleness of his nature, I have done and shall continue to do all in my power to controvert.
She was most like the picture of Lady Ranelagh: and, I have heard, more still to the famous dutchess of Mazarine; but most of all she resembled one whose image never can depart from my breast, and whom, if thou dost remember, thou hast then, my friend, an adequate idea of Sophia.
My brother, when thou hast a virtue, and it is thine own virtue, thou hast it in common with no one.
Thou shalt not quit this land, till thou hast fetched