CLDN4

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CLDN4

A gene on chromosome 7q11.23 that encodes claudin-4, an integral membrane protein of the claudin family, the members of which form part of the tight junction strands and may play a role in embryonic and post-natal organogenesis and function.

Molecular pathology
CLDN4 is deleted in Williams-Beuren syndrome, a multisystem neurodevelopmental disorder.
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Commanders drive operations, and they have an overall responsibility for the action and inaction of subordinate units and an obligation to ensure the safe and humane treatment of CPERs.
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1988); it is abundant at the CPER (Whicker and Tracy 1987).
The three models have all been developed or calibrated using many common data sets; for example, all three groups used the CPER and Konza for grasslands and the H.
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CPER decided to outsource its e-commerce and order-fulfillment functions to private contractors.
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The CPER was established in 1937 on plowed or overgrazed lands abandoned by farmers and ranchers during the Dust Bowl years.
As part of the shortgrass prairie ecosystem of the central United States, the CPER consists of two major habitat types that extend for thousands of square kilometers.
The CPER [Central Plains Experimental Range] is administered by the Great Plains Systems Research Unit of the United States Department of Agriculture-Agricultural Research Service.
Field estimates of ANPP at the CPER over 52 yr have a CI of 42% of the average value (Lauenroth and Sala 1992).