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JAM3

A gene on chromosome 11q25 that encodes a member of the  immunoglobulin superfamily, which localises in the tight junctions between high endothelial cells of lymph nodes and acts as a counter-receptor for ITGAM, mediating leukocyte-platelet interactions. It is involved in regulating transepithelial migration of polymorphonuclear neutrophils.
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Since its establishment, JAMC Solar has been promoting these projects all over Japan, and some 80 sites, roughly 30MW of capacity, have been eligible for the feed-in tariff since 2012.
Another sign of old age was that the JAMC relied less on ear-splitting guitar feedback and let their pure Phil Spector-aping tunes shine through - though the Duane-Eddy-with-a-flick-knife edginess was still there, especially on crowd-pleaser Sidewalking.
As stated in the grant agreement, the Association has no variance power over this asset and is required to disburse the funds on a quarterly basis to the James Adrian Music Company (JAMC) through August 31, 2007.
Journal of Ayub Medical College (JAMC), in January 2001.6 And another monthly general medical journal i.e.
Ayub Editor JAMC was the first speaker who talked about writing a scientific paper while Mr.
In the early days the JAMC were managed by Alan McGee, who went on to mastermind the rise of Oasis.
In our study, articles with an average of 11-20 citations remained on the top while articles with an average of greater than 30 citations ranked lowest in the list, findings which are supported by another bibliometric study conducted in Pakistan on journal of Ayub medical college (JAMC), Abbottabad22.
These included the Journal of Pakistan Medical Association (JPMA), the Journal of College of Physicians and Surgeons Pakistan (JCPSP), the Pakistan Journal of Medical Sciences (JPMS), and the Journal of Ayub Medical College (JAMC).
There is only one review of statistical methods used in articles published in Pakistani medical journals.1 This review of six medical journals of Pakistan including three Medline Indexed journals, namely Journal of Pakistan Medical Association (JPMA), Journal of Ayub Medical College (JAMC), and Journal of College of Physicians and Surgeons of Pakistan (JCPSP), for the years 1998 and 2007; reported that out of 299 'original articles' and 'short communication' published in 2007, there were only 7 (2.3%) articles in the Medline indexed journals that used multiple linear regression model, while only 1 (0.6%) out of 177 articles published in the non-indexed journals used this model.
One of the noted studies evaluated the Journal of Ayub Medical College from 1997 to 2006, concluding that the volume and number of articles in the JAMC had increased.