ACSS2

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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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Project winners at the state level EEA competitions were eligible for ACECs national EEA competition.
We present the first known case of a pediatric patient with ACECS after years of training in parkour, an evolving sport that involves movement (i.
Given the history of chronic activity-associated anterior lower leg pain, frequent parkour training, and acute increase in pain while running, the diagnosis of ACECS was made.
defines ACECs as "areas within the public lands where special
management, (61) and "protection of ACECs has also been quite
ACECs are parcels "where special management attention is required .
171) In response to the listing, approximately 286,000 acres containing four metapopulations were included in a variety of protected statuses: two BLM ACECs, the Carrizo Plain National Monument, four California Department of Fish and Game Ecological Reserves, and four privately owned mitigation sites.
400) RNAs can be found within wilderness, ACECs, and other
Although BLM manages over 900 ACECs totaling nearly 13 million
priority to the designation of ACECs, as a standard for judicial review
141) ACECs negate some of the WPA regulatory exceptions, and they create an opportunity for commissions to focus additional local protection on particularly valuable sites.
This Part discusses BLM's progress in preparing and implementing RMPs and designating ACECs, focusing on impacts to wildlife and habitat.