EJC


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EJC

Abbreviation for:
exon junction complex (see there)
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Chapter five is dedicated to the new European judicial order comprised of primary legislation--the treaties as the basis for all EU action (10), secondary legislation--with its binding legal instruments (the regulations, directives, decisions) and non-binding instruments (resolutions, opinions) (11).--as well as the jurisprudence of the European Justice Court (EJC) with an emphasis to the cornerstone decisions promulgated by the EJC (12).
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The Swiss group Syngenta and Germany's Bayer confirmed, on 27 August, that they had applied to the EJC for annulment of Implementing Regulation 485/2013 (Cases T-451/13 and T-429/13).
Democracy has to fight back," EJC President Moshe Kantor declared.