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IL11

A gene on chromosome 19q13.3-q13.4 that encodes interleukin-11, a member of the gp130 family of cytokines, which drive the assembly of multi-subunit receptor complexes, all of which contain at least one molecule of the transmembrane signalling receptor IL6ST. IL11 directly stimulates the proliferation of haematopoietic stem cells and megakaryocyte progenitor cells, and it induces megakaryocyte maturation resulting in increased platelet production.
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"Because most nonprofits lack an ongoing and major presence on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, YouTube and LinkedIn, the AGIF interviews its premium members to learn their story," according to founder Philip B.
"The AGIF then tells its members' stories by posting once or twice a week for a year on each or many platforms.
The overall attack on the AGIF began several hours before the first indirect-fire and small-arms rounds hit the base itself.
The battalion's higher headquarters, the 18th Military Police Brigade, had been trying to push reinforcements to the AGIF throughout the entire fight.
The enemy attack on the AGIF was a resounding defeat for the insurgents.
For NGOs, the AGIF provides a growing library of courses and resources, ways to get more donors and funding, social media and press publicity, community engagement, and grants to pay for training and expansion.
Programs of the AGIF include a Global NGO Directory where NGOs/nonprofits can present their cause and get donations, get capacity-building resources and courses to fix operating flaws, get grants to pay for them, and get other grants to broaden and deepen their missions.
The AGIF can also produce videos to showcase NGOs' work; translate their missions, websites and content into ethnic and world languages; and provide interpreters telephonically or on-site worldwide.
After registering in AGIF's Global Directory, nonprofits can get donations; nationwide publicity; training by renowned experts in marketing, management, leadership and other areas; relevant private-sector resources; grants to subsidize their capacity building; translations of their listings, collateral or websites; videos; and grants to broaden and deepen their impact in more communities.
The company has donated over 20% of its profits to seed the AGIF. Company clients range from Fortune 100 firms to small and medium enterprises; other nonprofits; and local, state and federal governments.
"I am extremely honored to be part of the AGIF and embrace my new role as AGIF's Board Member and Treasurer.
Founder Philip Auerbach advised, "Mike Krafft's diverse expertise is key to launching the AGIF toward its goal of reducing the failure rate of half the nonprofits in this country and the world.