ACTA1

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ACTA1

A gene on chromosome 1q42.13 that encodes alpha actin 1, which is expressed in skeletal muscle. 

Molecular pathology
ACTA1 mutations cause nemaline myopathy type 3, congenital myopathy with excess of thin myofilaments, congenital myopathy with cores and congenital myopathy with fibre-type disproportion.
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Blasting the government Asma Alamgir said that the government resorted to victimization of the opposition.
Dubai: Dubai-based Pakistani expat, Asma Jan Mohammad, has become the first overseas recipient of the Chartered Accountant Woman of the Year 2019 award.
I walked out of the police station crying as they did not cooperate" she stated before the magistrate.A day earlier, two suspects, including Asma's husband, were handed over to Lahore police on a four-day physical remand.
Asma added that she somehow managed to escape from the house the next day to the police station, where she was asked for money and not even given a registration slip against her complaint.
Nida Ali, executive director of Asma's legal aid cell AGHS, said, 'Asma had a very strong sense of right and wrong.
The foreign affairs spokesman of the centrist party, the Liberal Democrats, Tom Brake, wrote to the Home Secretary Amber Rudd, urging her to use her powers to deny Asma Assad of her citizenship after her social media posts in support of her husband's regime.
'I remember that at a convention Ardeshir Cowasjee was distributing some anti-Bhutto pamphlets and although Asma also disagreed with Bhutto on several points, she stopped Cowasjee from his activity, saying the event was about human rights and there was no room for politicising it.
Member Tehsil Bar Association Dunyapur Chaudhry Mudasir Nazir said that he joined the legal fraternity after getting inspired from human activist Asma Jehangir.
'It is an honour to mark the extraordinary legacy of Asma Jahangir by awarding this new scholarship to the top Pakistani female Chevening scholar.
Asma is a philosophy professor by trade, and the book works as a philosophical exercise.
The book, by writer and activist Zulfiqar Halepoto, is a compilation of national and international articles written on Asma after her death.