GPR162

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GPR162

A gene on chromosome 12p13 that encodes an orphan G protein-coupled receptor.
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References other than primary literature include GRCA collection (Grand Canyon National Park collections), MNA (Museum of Northern Arizona), AZSite (Arizona's Cultural Resource Inventory), NeotomaDB (Neotoma Paleoecology Database), and NeoMap (Neogene Mammal Mapping Portal).
"The GRCA is thrilled to house the Leadership Berks program as well as strengthen its partnership with Alvernia University."View the full article from Lehigh Valley Business at http://www.lvb.com/article/20190108/BERKS/190109907/greater-reading-chamber-alliance-takes-over-leadership-berks.
GRCA is the AKC member club that sponsors the golden.
The Grand River Conservation Authority recently won the 2000 Thiess Environmental Services Riverprize in recognition of international excellence and innovation in river management (GRCA 2000).
Talks throughout the latter part of 1991 led to the merger of the Government Receivables and Credit Association (GRCA) and NACM to form the new department, a welcome addition to the NACM team.
Rachael Romig, special programs coordinator for the GRCA, said as the workplace changes, so do the needs and wants of the workforce.
He explained that he primarily used the river access point located on his commercial property on Grand River Street North, and used Brant Park as the exit point, while paying GRCA permit fees.
One shining example: Back when hip dysplasia first became a known problem, the Golden Retriever Club of America (GRCA) started encouraging golden breeders to X-ray their dogs' hips to determine whether they had the disease, and to breed only those found free of it.
Program details and authorization for entering into an agreement with the GRCA to deliver the program and distribute the financial incentives were approved by Regional Council in March 1998.
Randy Peers, president and CEO of the GRCA, said agribusiness is an integral part of the Berks economy.
About 46 per cent of the GRCA's revenues - about $14 million - will come from self-generated revenues such as camping fees, park admissions, hydro generation, donations, property rental and other sources.