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CCNB1

A gene on chromosome 5q12 that encodes cyclin B1, which is essential for controlling the cell cycle at the G2/M transition. Cyclin B1 interacts with the CDC2 protein kinase to form a serine/threonine kinase holoenzyme complex, the maturation promoting factor, and interacts with RALBP1 and CDC2 during mitosis to form an endocytotic complex during interphase.
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John McEwen, first vice-president of the NBFL, Larry Hanley of the Canadian Paperworkers Union, and Dana Silk, executive director of the CCNB, were among the participants.
From the beginning, nuclear power was strongly opposed by the CCNB.
However, in 1979, there was an anti-nuclear, pro-labour protest, involving both the CCNB and the NBFL, with Larry Hanley of the Saint John District Labour Council playing a key role in linking human rights, environmental, and labour supporters in the protest.
Tim McCarthy's leadership of the NBFL and David Coon's of the CCNB were crucial factors in this.
In terms of his involvement with environmentalists and the CCNB in particular, Beckingham said that he wanted "to show them that the [labour] movement had a place and that they had a credible voice to the issue.
Information from the CCNB website, accessed 20 June 2012, www.
HARM #3: EFFICIENCIES The Commission worried that the broad scope of beverages to be offered by CCNB in certain geographic markets would ultimately lessen competition.
This past June, the Robertson Institute for Community Leadership, which spans all CCNB campuses, won Gold for Best Community Initiative in the Prix d'Excellence awards.
Previously, Utz served in various leadership roles with MidSouth Bank, PNC Bank (NYSE: PNC), and the former Central Pennsylvania-based CCNB Bank.
The CCNB has called upon the provincial government to stop issuing aquaculture site licences until a new policy and regulatory regime is in place.
Although the CCNB is calling upon farmers to absorb the cost of cleaning up diseased sites - on the premise that a government bailout would give them little incentive to change their practices Harvey emphasizes that governments are really to blame, due to their poor regulation of the industry: "They have failed the public; they have failed the environment, and they have failed the industry.
Recapitalized with $20 million and renamed Corpus Christi National Bank (CCNB), the Rowling's sold CCNB to NationsBank in 1994 for $131 million in stock.