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HSF4

A gene on chromosome 16q21 that encodes a member of the DNA-binding heat-shock transcription factor family, which are rapidly induced by temperature and other forms of intracellular stress. HSF4 is thought to downregulate DNA-binding activity.
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The CTM Global Partner network is made up of a bespoke group of well established, in-country travel management partners which provide our clients with consistent, reliable and service-driven solutions for their multi-regional travel management needs.
Addtech said that CTM Lyng complements its operations in its energy products business unit.
Tapflo CTM pumps are fitted with Powerful magnet couplings where NdFeB (Neodymium-iron-boron) magnets with unique magnet cage system have a superior strength also under demanding circumstances.
The CTM product is the third tissue product Alliqua has licensed from Celgene, following Biovance, Human Amniotic Membrane Allograft and Placental Extra Cellular Matrix, also in development.
Por que una biografia y no una historia social y politica como la forma de abordar la fundacion de la CTM y de trazar sus primeros anos?
Desde su creacion en 1936, la CTM ha trabajado con institucionalidad, aun durante los dos sexenios panistas.
The increase in CITIC Telecom's stake in CTM facilitates our long term business expansion, generates solid synergies with our business integration and enables us to realise higher business growth.
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Network test and service monitoring solutions provider RADCOM Ltd (Naadaq:RDCM) announced on Wednesday that Macau operator CTM has decided to expand its deployment of RADCOM equipment.
CTM also negotiated a lease to keep MRT's former scene shop and storage facility so that the inventory would not be broken up.