ARSH


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Acronyms, Encyclopedia.

ARSH

A gene on chromosome Xp22.33 that encodes arylsulfatase H, a poorly characterised sulfatase.
Segen's Medical Dictionary. © 2012 Farlex, Inc. All rights reserved.
References in periodicals archive ?
The years that have gone by did not see any major initiative taken in regards to ARSH care.
When Arsh arrived here, there was no one to receive him at the airport.
Next to squiggles and doodles Arsh, 31, has jotted down his personal tasting notes, grading three of the first four of these top-class whiskies "crap".
But experts at Brandon arsh Nature Centre quickly eassured worried families it was just a harmless grass nake.
BANKING AND CREDIT NEWS-23 June 2010-CARE rates Arsh Dairymax bank facilities at BB-/PR4(C)1994-2010 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.m2.com
Mike Lester, Lewisham, London IC SAYS: Are you suggesting Spurs have made an Arsh of it?
"Rental growth in Singapore was led by strong demand from the banking and services sectors, coupled with very limited supply of quality office space," explained Arsh Chaudhry, executive managing director of Cushman & Wakefield in Southeast Asia.
With: Kavi Raz, Archana Puran Singh, Mehrunissa Hassan, Arsh Singh, Ari Barak, Sonny Mandal, Joseph Whipp, Bradford English, Ellen Geer, Angela Little, Anita Rohila, Rajeev Chibber.
Prasse, "The Values of the Tenses in Modern Cairene Arabic"; Frithiof Rundgren, "On a Grammatical Term in Sibawayh and What it Has to Tell Us" (on lafz); Jorgen Baek Simonsen, "Deux versions de Futuh al-Buldan?"; Svend Sondergaard, "al-Sarradj's Use of Triads in Kitab al-luma"; Christopher Toll, "Was bedeutet brnz bei al-Hamdani?"; Gosta Vitestam, "Arsh und kursi: An Essay on the Throne Traditions in Islam"; Aage Westenholz, "A Note on the Pre-Islamic Arabic Dialect of Syria on the Basis of Greek Inscriptions"; and Ellen Wulff, "Betrachtungen uber den Begriff rida."
The committee, which met here with Senator Quratulain Marri in the chair, discussed Arsh and Daman funds maintained by the human rights ministry, a Senate press release said.
KARACHI -- The Sindh government has paid more than Rs330 million to win the freedom of 37 prisoners who had completed their sentences but were languishing in different jails across the province because of their inability to pay Diyat, Daman or Arsh different kinds of compensation which were imposed by the courts.