PEX19

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PEX19

A gene on chromosome 1q23.2 that encodes a peroxin involved in early peroxisomal biogenesis, which acts both as a cytosolic chaperone and as an import receptor for peroxisomal membrane proteins.
  
Molecular pathology
PEX19 mutations cause peroxisome biogenesis spectrum disorder, complementation type 14 and a clinical form of Zellweger syndrome.
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At the conclusion of a series of destructive field tests by the Golani Brigade involving the M1B, Stoner 63, HK33, AK47 and a design by Uziel Gal, the AK-47 was still considered the best of the lot.
It features a 12-inch barrel, and is is based on the HK33 carbine, although it requires more than just American-made parts for shooters to legally add a stock.
They eventually settled back into postwar Germany and expanded the basic system to drive the G3, HK33 and MP5 families of weapons.
9mm cartridge might be suitable, so HK redesigned an HK33, serial number 0252, to discharge a prototype round with dual ignition to best disintegrate the propellant body and control combustion.
Some 2,700 Heckler & Koch HK33 assault rifles have been distributed over the past two months to volunteers in the region, according to a spokesman for the Internal Operations Security Command (ISOC).
It is there that we searched an Indica car, from which we recovered two HK33 (Heckler and Koch) rifles and around 950 ammunitions.
This design eventually came home to the German firm of Heckler & Koch and went on to be incorporated into the G3, HK33, and MP5 families of weapons.
Air Force adopted the Heckler & Koch HK33 and HK33A1 rifles.
The other, secured to the ceiling of the front seat, is an HK33.
The C93 sports a new receiver and barrel, but most of the other parts are derived from original HK33 parts kits.
To supplement their Australian-suppled L1A1 rifles, in the 1980s the Malaysians obtained numbers of Heckler & Koch G3A3 and HK33 rifles and Colt M16A1s.