FYN


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FYN

A gene on chromosome 6q21 that encodes a membrane-associated tyrosine kinase which has been implicated in the control of cell growth and survival, cell adhesion, integrin-mediated signalling, cytoskeletal remodelling, cell motility, immune response and axon guidance.
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Ateljee van glas is in die algemeen 'n fyn en sterk roman wat (enkele kleinere haperinge ten spyt) getuig van 'n ryp en ontwikkelde skrywerstalent.
Its CHP business in Denmark comprises the Nordjylland plant in Aalborg, the Fyn facility in Odense and the Amager plant in Copenhagen, Vattenfall said.
LouAnne Stone se twee gedigte is besonder "oop tekste" en die vraag kom op of die verse al klaar geskryf is ten spyte van die fyn gestroopte waarneming.
Die karakters pas in hulle ruimte en Bloemhof let fyn op elke woord wat in hulle mond gele word om die plasing of konkrete ruimte van sy verhaal te beskryf.
Os deilia'r deri o flaen yr ynn, Gwerth dy fuwch a phryn fyn.
SIR - I would like to applaud the totally appropriate and generous decision by the FA, to have Hen Wlad Fyn Nhadau alongside God Save The Queen' at the FA Cup Final on May 17.
FYN CONNELL may only be five months old, but already he is proving to be one of England's greatest fans.
During this single day, Monika leaves her home at Lodshuset, the Stolt family estate on Nyord Islet, in order to celebrate Midsummer's Eve with her nephew Janus, his lovely and very elegant Burmese wife Jasmin, and little Johannes on her home island of Fyn.
With a thoroughly Danish reverence for the properties of traditional materials and co-ordinating geometry, Hanne Kjaerholm has created a little exhibition building for Fyn.
Analysis of prostate cancer tumor specimens showed that there were higher levels of FYN in cancer cells as compared to normal cells.
This will be implemented on 12 intercity and regional lines in the Sealand and Fyn regions, which cover half the country.