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PAX

[MIM*167410]. Human transcription units that have paired domains with highly conserved sequences very similar to those found in Drosophila genes "paired" (prd) and "gooseberry" (gsb).
Synonym(s): paired box genes
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"There is plenty of protection for them but none for us", Irene said.
When the war was over, Irene and her family were people without a country.
After the conflict ended, Irene and their daughter moved permanently to their new home in Norway with Johan, first setting up home in Stavanger while he worked in the forces.
"Irene has a BA in Legal Management from the University of Santo Tomas, an MA in Communications from the Ateneo de Manila University.
Irene met her husband of 50 years, George Alfred Stevenson, shortly after moving to Manchester when she was 18.
In recognition of all of Irene's friends (both racing and non-racing), many of whom were beside her during some of her darkest hours over the past 12 months, very appropriately she chose the Joe Cocker track With A Little Help From My Friends for her finale.
Irene married and settled in England at the age of 17.
He added the Ceza is currently reviewing the master plan and existing studies on Port Irene to identify what is needed to bring about the port's full potential as a seaport.
Most of this followed after a near death experience in an accident which, in Irene's words, she called her "wake up call".
When the regular commentator was forced, through illness, to withdraw from a York Hall, Bethnal Green, boxing bill, Irene stepped into the breach.
George Coffin broke Irene Lanning's heart when he ended their teenage relationship to "spread his wings".