GPR31

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GPR31

A gene on chromosome 6q27 that encodes a G protein-coupled protein which is a high-affinity receptor for 12-(S)-hydroxy-5,8,10,14-eicosatetraenoic acid (12-S-HETE), an arachidonic acid metabolite secreted by platelets and tumour cells; HETE induces endothelial cell retraction, allowing invasive cell access to the subendothelial matrix, a critical step for extravasation or metastasis. GPR31 might be a chemoattractant receptor.
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Collaboratively compiled and co-edited by the team of Richard Greene (Professor of Philosophy, Weber State University) and Joshua Heter (who teaches philosophy at Iowa Western Community College), Westworld and Philosophy: Mind Equals Blown is comprised of twenty-five erudite essays that are deftly organized into five distinctive sections: The Maze; Mariposa Saloon; The Prairie; Main Street; The Mesa Hub.
Meanwhile another ship, Methane Heter Sally carrying 140,000 cubic meters LNG also arrived at outer anchorage of Port Qasim during last 24 hours.
Following the message of the song, the boy remains hopeful and eventually finds a mentor, played by drummer Justin Heter from Electric Soul Pandemic, who helps him achieve his surfing dreams.
As of Friday, Quicken Loans adopted what is known as a "heter iska," a technicality that changes the loan into a co-investment in which the lender and borrower become "business partners" -- one supplies the capital and the other uses it as they see fit.
Mice with genotype of [SIRT1.sup.flox+/-] and [Myh6-Cre.sup.+] (shown in the first two columns in Figure 2(a)) were perceived as heterozygous (Heter) mice in which SIRT1 was partially expressed in myocardium.
"En Man som heter Ove" ("A Man Called Ove") "Djungelboken" "Star Wars: The Force Awakens'
Storm Heter, Sartre's Ethics of Engagement (London: Continuum, 2006).
One of the most notable examples has been a series of cases addressing heter iska (literally, "permissible venture") agreements, which restructure loans as joint ventures to avoid Jewish law's prohibition against usury.