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MDK

A gene on chromosome 11p11.2 that encodes a retinoic acid-responsive, heparin-binding growth factor which is expressed by various cell types during embryogenesis. MDK promotes angiogenesis, cell growth and cell migration, and it is involved in early foetal adrenal gland development.
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Bu surecte Israil medyasi basat Israillilik soylemi baglaminda Israilliligi benimseyen Filistinli/ Arap kadinlari "bizden" veya "butunlesmis" Israilliler seklinde yansitirken, Israilliligi elestiren ve ona muhalif olan Filistinli/Arap kadin vatandaslarin tabi tutuldugu kontrollu otekilestirmeninse ideolojik bir araci olarak isleyebilmektedir.
Greater weight can lead to arthritis, which in turn causes inactivity that leads to more weight gain, a cascade effect of co-morbidities, Arap said.
Abducted and forced to become one of Uganda's most infamous child soldiers, Arap was left deeply disturbed by his actions and because of his reputation he was shunned by his community when he returned home.
Since the inception of the ARAP, more than 2,690 battalion commanders (1,837 Active Army, 180 Army National Guard, and 673 Army Reserve) have registered for the assessment.
Larisa Arap vio todo esto con sus propios ojos puesto que fue en 2004 cuando la internaron por primera vez en una clinica psiquiatrica.
Marina Litvinovich, a spokeswoman for Kasparov's United Civil Front, said that the forced treatment of Larisa Arap was the first such move by authorities against a member of the group, which has angered the Kremlin with street protests.
Ambassador to Kenya from 1989 to 1993, during the rule of Daniel arap Moi.
He believes ex-president Daniel Arap Moi had the murder covered up.
When Aburiria's ruler (a composite of Kenya's ex-President Daniel arap Moi, Uganda's Idi Amin and Zaire's Mobutu Sese Seko who gives a new definition to the phrase "God complex") cooks up a plan to build the world's tallest building, bad things happen.
The administration of Kenya's Daniel Arap Moi provides an archetype.
A defamation fine of KES6m (GBP45,700) is to be paid by British biographer Andrew Morton to Kenya's Chief Justice Evan Gicheru after the author allegedly claimed in Moi: The Making of an African Statesman, his 1998 biography of former Kenyan president Daniel arap Moi, that Gicheru had received favours from officials.
Concerned that typical angiogenesis inhibitors might disrupt needed blood supplies elsewhere in the body, Wadih Arap of the University of Texas M.