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ACSS2

A gene on chromosome 20q11.22, which encodes a cytosolic enzyme that produces acetyl-CoA from acetate, for use in lipid synthesis and energy generation. ACSS2 expression is regulated by sterol regulatory element-binding proteins, transcription factors that activate genes required for the synthesis of cholesterol and unsaturated fatty acids.
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Nowhere in the ACSA bylaws does the group attempt to define a craft spirit beyond the volume, ownership and transparency limitations, and the relevant federal agencies have provided little guidance.
To address the second question, the authors compared counselors' self-reported levels of social justice work to their overall scores on the SIAS and ACSA (see Table 1).
ACSA authorities were used to satisfy requirements beyond those available through U.
29) The SECDEF, after consultation with the Secretary of State, may enter into an ACSA with NATO countries, NATO subsidiary bodies, the UN, regional international organizations, or non-NATO countries designated by the SECDEF.
Japan already has ACSAs with the United States and Australia.
According to ACSA communications and marketing manager Colin Naidoo (NOTE--SPELLING IS CORRECT), once the construction work at KSIA was completed in early 2010 the airport company began preparing the relocation operation, which was staggered throughout the month of April.
ACSA boss Monhla Hlahla told 702 radio the delays in Durban were caused when some private planes refused to move after landing, "therefore blocking landing space for other planes".
A mere five weeks after the storm, ACSA petitioned the board to create charter schools in the relatively undamaged West Bank section of the city, which is located across the Mississippi River from downtown and did not get the standing water that caused most of the damage in other areas.
ACSA, which represents more than 1,200 community-based providers, said the package would not resolve the longstanding problem of providers struggling to raise capital for new facilities, and could make some low-care providers worse off.
What we're doing in Algiers is almost exactly what the Bring Back New Orleans Commission proposed," notes ACSA Superintendent Brian Riedlinger.
ACSA spokesman David Grubb said that the schools collectively are at 90 percent capacity.