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Bright

(brīt),
Richard, English internist and pathologist, 1789-1858. See: Bright disease.
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ARID1B

A gene on chromosome 6q25.3 that encodes an AT-rich interactive domain-containing protein, which is highly expressed in the heart, skeletal muscle and kidneys. ARID1B is involved in transcriptional activation and repression of select genes by chromatin remodelling (by altering DNA-nucleosome topology). It belongs to the neural progenitors-specific chromatin remodelling (npBAF) and the neuron-specific chromatin remodelling (nBAF) complexes, which are involved in switching developing neurons from stem/progenitors to post-mitotic chromatin remodelling as they exit the cell cycle and become committed to their adult state.
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Think of your bright eye as accessorising, like with a striking handbag or piece of jewellery that will ultimately be a key focus of your final look.
Colin Brght, founder of Brights Clenaing Lancashire, has vast experience in the floor restoration field and he is very highly regarded within the industry.
LOUD MOUTH Punchy and glam, statement lips are the easiest way to play with colour this season, whether it's bright cerise, red or orange.
I have been reading with interest but little comprehension the discussion of the Brights. I had hoped that Futrell and Geisert, would clarify both the movement and the controversy.
On the subject of renal disease, Brights most extensive observations appeared in the first volume of Guy's Hospital Reports in 1836.
While just about every retailer said that brights were a definite color direction, some said that these new hues would be used make fashion statements and only in selected product categories.
Gaultier did lime green, Givenchy, Pucci and McCartney, bright blue-- Gucci, bright purple-- Lanvin, bright pink and yellow.
Outside the constituency of Brights are those who, because of the name, reject the rose outright.
(1.) "Commentary from Mynga and Paul--'About the Word,'" "The Brights' Bulletin #4," an e-mail broadcast dated August 14, 2003, and archived at http://www.thebrights.net/broadcast _archive.htm@8/15/2003.
The term bright is a recent coinage by two brights in Sacramento, California, who thought our social group--which has a history stretching back to the Enlightenment, if not before--could stand an image-buffing and that a fresh name might help.
But the fighters produced performances that promised a bright future.