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7-Sep

A gene on chromosome 7p14.2 that encodes septin 7, a member of the septin family of nucleotide-binding proteins, which are required for cytokinesis. Septin 7 is linked to suppression of glioma cell growth and is a requirement for the association of centromere-associated protein E with the kinetochore.
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Es importante mencionar que todos items del cuestionario GC-CDC (ver anexo 1) estan redactados de tal forma que a mayor puntuacion en la escala, mayor nivel de CDC declarativo exhibe el profesor, a excepcion de dos items que pertenecen a la dimension CDC3; los items 4 y 16 del test estan redactados de tal forma que a menor puntuacion es mayor el nivel de CDC del profesor, esto de acuerdo con la definicion operacional de dicha dimension (ver tabla 2).
The latter developed the antibiotic compound MCB3837, now in the clinical phase and targeting the treatment of severe gastrointestinal infections caused by Clostridium difficile, a pathogen classified as a priority by the WHO and the CDC3.
Direct interaction between yeast spindle pole body components: Karl p is required for Cdc3 1 p localization to the spindle pole body.
The people living in Honiara and Guadalcanal suffered great losses of property; good houses damaged, long established businesses destroyed and burned by the Guadalcanal militants and by the Malaitans too, from Aruligo in the east to CDC3 in the west.
No tests for other HPV genes were performed.) Two genes function in cell division: ZWINT (Zw10 interacting factor) may be involved in checkpoint function (22), and CDCA8 (cell division cycle associated protein 8) is coexpressed with other cell cycle genes, such as CDC2, CDC3, and cyclin (23).