SULT1A3

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SULT1A3

A gene on chromosome 16p11.2 that encodes a sulfotransferase which sulfonates and activates phenolic monoamines (e.g., neurotransmitters dopamine, norepinephrine and serotonin), as well as phenolic and catechol drugs.
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OEDIPUS What power hast thou to execute this threat?
Thou doest wrong In this, and wrong in all that thou hast done.
``which will little avail me was this all thou couldst do for one, on whose head thou hast heaped sorrow, and whom thou hast brought near even to the verge of the tomb?''
``Thou hast made thy choice between causing to be shed the blood of an innocent woman, or of endangering thine own earthly state and earthly hopes What avails it to reckon together?
"Thou hast said well and hit the point," answered Don Quixote; and so I recall the oath in so far as relates to taking fresh vengeance on him, but I make and confirm it anew to lead the life I have said until such time as I take by force from some knight another helmet such as this and as good; and think not, Sancho, that I am raising smoke with straw in doing so, for I have one to imitate in the matter, since the very same thing to a hair happened in the case of Mambrino's helmet, which cost Sacripante so dear."
But let us leave that to its own time; see if thou hast anything for us to eat in those alforjas, because we must presently go in quest of some castle where we may lodge to-night and make the balsam I told thee of, for I swear to thee by God, this ear is giving me great pain."
Ay, Faustus, now thou hast no hope of heaven; Therefore despair; think only upon hell, For that must be thy mansion, there to dwell.
0, thou hast lost celestial happiness, Pleasures unspeakable, bliss without end Hadst thou affected sweet divinity, Hell or the devil had had no power on thee: Hadst thou kept on that way, Faustus, behold,
And what hast thou to do with all these iron men, and their opinions?
Hast thou exhausted possibility in the failure of this one trial?
"Why, Reynold Greenleaf!" cried the Sheriff, "whence comest thou and where hast thou been?"
Woe betide thee, Little John, for thou hast betrayed me this day."