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EWSR1

A gene on chromosome 22q12.2 that encodes a multifunctional protein involved in various processes, including gene expression, cell signalling, and RNA processing and transport.

Molecular pathology
EWSR1 mutations— the (11;22)(q24;q12) translocation—cause Ewing sarcoma, as well as neuroectodermal and various other tumours.
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The central government had earlier this year introduced 10 per cent quota for EWS in the general category.
'It's not easy to increase market share unless we would like to penetrate the pockets of farming areas where we are not present yet,' the public affairs lead of EWS said.
"Raising the bar on water stewardship is necessary for forward-looking businesses, as we awaken to the vulnerability of our production facilities and supply chains," says EWS Director Tom Vereijken.
This runoff is called leachate, or "black water." The tests have shown that EWS:AOx effectively clarifies landfill leachate to avoid such overloads.
10 lakh for admission of children in EWS category in prominent with the school administration," Yadav said.
EWS has additionally had its end products tested with lab reports available for viewing by prospective customers.
For this very reason, practitioners with experience developing EWS draw a distinction between early warning indicators (EWI) and systems (EWS): Indicators are the data points (like a student's attendance patterns) that forecast dropping out; systems include the structures, supports, and practices designed to stop those forecasts from becoming a reality.
"Captain Evelyn Waugh and the Special Operations Executive (SOE)." EWS 43.2 (Autumn 2012): 1-7.
To ensure the success of the second line, EWS suggested and subsequently made the following alterations to the process improving its efficiency:
The aim of EWS is to identify irregular betting patterns and manipulation of gaming in international sport.
The EWS lists persons, companies or other parties which are deemed by EU institutions and bodies to pose a threat to the financial interests of the EU.