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an abbreviation used in studies of complement, in which E represents erythrocyte, A antibody, and C complement.


A gene on chromosome 16q12.1 that encodes a cytoplasmic protein with deubiquitinating activity and plays a key role in regulating pathways leading to NF-kappa-B activation, which affects cell survival, proliferation and differentiation.

Molecular pathology
CLYD mutations are causatively linked to cylindromatosis, multiple familial trichoepithelioma and Brooke-Spiegler syndrome.
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The summit directed the council to expedite implementation of the framework for harmonised roaming charges, including the removal of surcharges for international telecommunications traffic originating and terminating within the East African Community by July 15, 2015," the statement said.
The IMF has entered into a partnership with the East African Community (EAC) to help it improve the collection and use of public statistics.
8226; Didacus Bazirakye Kaguta, Senior Peace and Security Officer, East African Community
The plant itself is classed as a vegetable and can be bought openly in cities where there is a large east African community.
We welcome the ongoing infrastructural investment by governments in the East African Community, and especially Kenya, because this will have a significant multiplier effect on regional communities," Diallo said.
The economic union's leaders expect that swapping five different currencies and exchange rates for a single one will ultimately simplify cross-border trade in the East African Community (EAC) and encourage investment.
The North-South Corridor project is being driven by three of Africa's main regional economic communities - the Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa (COMESA), the East African Community (EAC) and Southern African Development Community (SADC).
The East African Community has agreed to start a single tourist visa for the region, the tourism minister, Serapio Rukundo, has said.
Three African trading blocs--the Southern African Development Community, the East African Community, and the Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa--have formally agreed to a free trade zone of twenty-six countries with a GDP of approximately $624 billion.
Catherine Fitt, executive director of Children's Services, Newcastle City Council; Richard Bott, Northumbria University; Daoud Zaaroura, North of England Refugee Service; Barry Speker, Samuel Philips law firm and chairman of the Newcastle Local Strategic Partnership; Kevin Rowan, regional secretary, Trades Union Congress; Jonathan Blackie, regional director, Government Office for the North East; Bill Midgley, chairman of Your Homes Newcastle and former president of the British Chambers of Commerce; Taj Malik, chairman, Newcastle Mosque; Amrit Vedhara, president of Newcastle Hindu Temple; Tony Suadwa, chairman of the North East African Community Association; Dr Yongshu Wu, president of the North East Chinese Association.
A positive gesture within East Africa (Kenya, Tanzania, and Uganda) has been the revival of the East African Community (EAC) in mid-2005.
With a high Latino population that the district wanted to serve and a volatile East African community, "we just got in a room and started talking about what we need[ed]," says Corker-Curry.

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