CHERP


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CHERP

A gene on chromosome 19p13.1 that encodes a protein involved in calcium homeostasis, growth and proliferation. CHERP is expressed in the brain, placenta, lungs, liver, kidneys, pancreas, and cardiac and skeletal muscle.
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Impact and influence have been long-standing issues under Russia's EA system (Cherp and Golubeva, 2012).
The first and main program to be established by the center is the Community Health Education Resource Person, or CHERP. With available grant money, the resource center will develop materials to train the community health workers.
(8) William Husband is working on a project entitled "Nature in Modern Russia: A Social History." Paul Josephson with a collective of authors, including Aleg Cherp, Ruben Mnatsakian, and others, is completing "An Environmental History of Russia: Statist Approaches to Economic Development and Resource Management from Nicholas I to Vladimir Putin." Jane Costlow is at work on a study of the cultural symbolism of the Russian forest.
Volpp, M.D., Ph.D., CHERP, Philadelphia Veterans Affairs Medical Center, University and Woodland Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19104.
While the official remake of "Alfie" proved an anachronistic revisiting of a badly flawed original, Kolton Lee's "Cherps," a brash indic debut from Blighty, is a titling "Alfie" for these times.