PDLIM2

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PDLIM2

A gene on chromosome 8p21.3 that encodes an adapter protein located at the actin cytoskeleton, which promotes cell attachment. PDLIM2 overexpression enhances cell adhesion to collagen and fibronectin and
suppresses anchorage-independent growth, and it thus is thought to play a role in tumour cell migration.
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It gets a bit halloweeny with Mystique wanting a sidekick to rip Snow White's lungs out so she could gorge on them.
For her, The Feminine Mystique was nothing less than a "bombshell of new ideas and information" that paved the way for her to earn a Ph.
Daniel Horowitz, Betty Friedan and the Making of the Feminine Mystique (Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press, 1999).
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The Royal Mystique is the new flagship of Le Boat's Connoisseur brand and 16 of them will be taking to the inland waterways of France this year.
The Adoption Mystique is not a general book about adoption, but rather a focused, politically-minded call for the civil rights of adoptees, specifically the right to access their own birth records and learn about their birth family's genetic heritage.
That's just part and parcel of the vampire mystique.
Her 1963 book, The Feminine Mystique, with its exploration of "the problem that has no name," is a feminist classic that helped give rise to the second wave women's movement in North America.
Friedan--whose 1964 classic The Feminine Mystique Hirshman invokes as a model of pro-work feminism--was understandably appalled by this diktat.