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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.
References in classic literature ?
But be easy, be easy, this here harpooneer I have been tellin' you of has just arrived from the south seas, where he bought up a lot of 'balmed New Zealand heads (great curios, you know), and he's sold all on 'em but one, and that one he's trying to sell to-night, cause to-morrow's Sunday, and it would not do to be sellin' human heads about the streets when folks is goin' to churches.
Public opinion wouldn't allow them actually to rob him of his ticket, but any humbug or intimidation by which he could be driven to sell the whole or part at an undervalue was lawful.
none that I could well spare; to tell the truth, it's only hard necessity makes me willing to sell at all.
If at the end of that time, you have not confessed, I will not only sell all four of you, BUT--I will sell you DOWN THE RIVER
I pardon you on her intercession, and on the conditions that you take the beautiful Persian for your wife, and not your slave, that you never sell her, nor put her away.
Besides--the candles which they sell behave very strangely in warm weather.
I am but a simple butcher, and to Nottingham am I going, my flesh to sell.
Then give me a letter to him, and tell him to sell out without an instant's delay, perhaps even now I shall arrive too late.
But you do not intend to sell your diamonds, I suppose, madame?
We're all struggling and trying to get on and having hard luck, and instead of doing what I can to help, I go and t-t-taunt him with not being able to sell his pictures
Which custom of barter is still preserved amongst many barbarous nations, who procure one necessary with another, but never sell anything; as giving and receiving wine for corn and the like.
I daresay we shall be able to sell before the account," said Macalister, "but if not, I'll arrange to carry them over for you.