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JAM2

A gene on chromosome 21q21.2 that encodes a member of the  immunoglobulin superfamily, which localises in the tight junctions between high endothelial cells of lymph nodes and acts as an adhesive ligand for interacting with various immune cell types, and which may play a role in lymphocyte homing to secondary lymphoid tissue.
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Door Jamb Armor Installation: Carlos Trevino, Post Properties
This policy made it mandatory for all tertiary institutions to screen candidates after their JAMB results and before giving admission.
They all undertake clearance of their certificates regardless of their JAMB score, whether as high as the highest score of 400 or as low as 200 (the lowest acceptable score in federal universities).
The Door Jamb Switch can be used in conjunction with pilot lights or 4099 buzzer to visually or audibly alert the driver that a component of the vessel, bus or off-highway vehicle, is not in its home position.
Measure the distance from the outside of the door to the centre of the bolt, and mark that distance on the jamb, measuring from the doorstep.
Old-style double-hung sash can be removed from the frame by prying the thin wood stops out of their channels in the jamb.
Solar's system is not limited by the extent of the door's jamb.
You can knock a jamb sideways out of its opening, but the nails or screws holding it in place put up strong resistance to the shear force you apply.
Door Jamb Armor Installation: Michael Tyus, Progressive Management
The 4-1/4" jamb depth window has achieved, through independent national laboratory testing, architectural window (AW) and heavy-commercial (HC) classifications with AAMA 101-97 ratings of H-AW45 and H-HC60, respectively.
Normally one side panel or jamb, and perhaps the soffit, is coded in strong solid colours--blue, green, yellow, orange, and red--to create a kinetic, Op-Art effect perpendicular to the static, outermost plane.