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CUX1

A gene on chromosome 7q22.1 that encodes a member of the homeodomain family of DNA binding proteins that may regulate gene expression, morphogenesis, differentiation and play a role in cell cycle progession.
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To interpret the results, the clinician phonetically transcribes what the child utters and evaluates how closely the child's attempts match the increasingly complex and speechlike vocalizations from CASP. The five-minute procedure is repeated every three to four months to monitor speech development after a hearing aid or cochlear implant fitting.
The Online Anthology, itself one of the most innovative features of the work undertaken by the CASP team, is intended to place many rare archival play texts (in the public domain) in an accessible PDF format that can be searched and printed, used for pedagogical and research purposes, and linked to the database for further pedagogical and research purposes.
While the CASP has demonstrated internal consistency, discriminate validity, and responsiveness among health care professionals, it is unknown how accurately it captured the constructs of attitude and aptitude in this sample.
The CASP quality score and baseline characteristics of included studies are shown in Figure 2 and Table 1, respectively.
Stuart Fry, managing director, Emerging Markets at Halian said: "We are proud to be the first CommVault partner in the Middle East to be able to offer support services under CASP. We have built a very strong partnership with CommVault and this new agreement is a logical extension of the existing relationship between our companies.
The haphazard record he found triggered the CASP initiative, which aims to provide an organized creative resource for performers, composers and librettists, and their audiences.
Then, researchers use computerized mathematical modeling of the pulse wave to read the CASP.
It does this by measuring the pressure close to the heart-the central aortic systolic pressure or CASP.
This first volume of Contemporary School Psychology marks yet another important milestone in the efforts of the California Association of School Psychologists (CASP) to provide its members and the profession with timely and practical scholarship.
But in reference to the political forces at play the report added: "We would be only too happy, were he to be made amenable for this activity, but before we take on ourselves to arrest a clergyman for interrogation under the CASP (Special Powers) Act we would need to be prepared to face unprecedented pressure."
The permits were given to Nuna Oil for exploration off the west coast and two permits were given to the Cambridge Arctic Shelf Programme (CASP) for eastern and northern Greenland.