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SELL

A gene on chromosome 1q23-q25 that encodes l-selectin, a cell surface adhesion/homing receptor required for binding and rolling of leukocytes on endothelial cells, facilitating leukocyte migration into secondary lymphoid organs and inflammation sites. 

Molecular pathology
SELL polymorphisms are associated with various diseases, including IgA nephropathy.
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Launched just two months ago, Sell Off Auctions already has more than 2,000 registered users and lots of winners who have had the chance to save up to 70 percent off the price of popular consumer goods.
Most state legislatures have considered language ordering government pension funds to sell off such investments.
Councillor Goodway had argued that the decision to sell off land at Hywel Dda school in Cambria Road, Ely, flatly contradicted the council's stated policy of not selling off land at working schools.
Under the law, the Bureau of Land Management must sell off the entire stockpile between 2005 and 2015.
And there are concerns on the credit side: Critics suggest that credit-rating agencies would lower the state's bond rating if the state proceeds with the proposal (agencies don't like it when states sell off one-time assets to solve continuing budget problems).
Previ, the pension fund of the state-owned Banco do Brasil, Brazil's biggest bank, also has significant stakes in all of Brazil's biggest mills and is studying whether to sell off some of its steel-sector investments.
In addition, large corporations - due to outsourcing, right sizing and downsizing - will continue to sell off their corporate real estate investments and excess land.
A Bid to sell off Britain's air traffic control system was branded last night as a recipe for disaster.
1 agreement with Velsicol (sole maker of those termiticides), EPA said it would allow the firm to sell off its existing stocks of such chemicals for legal use through April 15, 1988.
I do work for a lot of large portfolio managers, and for the first time they don't have to sell off stock every time they're scared," says Philip Johnson, formerly CFTC chairman and now a partner at the law firm Skadden Arps.
Starting this holiday season, the company's stores will take markdowns to sell off most seasonal merchandise.
The Tories claimed they would fund the multi-billion pound plan by forcing councils to sell off their most valuable properties.