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KRT14

A gene on chromosome 17q12-q21 that encodes a type-I intermediate filament keratin, which typically forms a heterotetramer with KRT5 (type-II) keratins that together form the cytoskeleton of epithelial cells.

Molecular pathology
KRT14 mutations are associated with epidermolysis bullosa simplex.
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JMZX-5040am dual-mode pressure cells were, respectively, installed on the tunnel vault, tunnel arch (right), and right side wall of the K14 + 400 section to test the pressure change between the surrounding rock and the initial support.
The expression of three classical KC differentiation markers (K14, K10, and involucrin) in response to changes in cell density and extracellular [Ca.sup.2+] levels was assessed by Western blot analysis.
Engine: K14 VVT, 1372cc Power: 93bhp@6000rpm Max torque: 130Nm@4000rpm Gearbox: 5-spd M/4-spd auto Wheelbase (mm): 2,650 Kerb Weight (kg): 1,010 Fuel efficiency: 20.7 kmpl (claimed) Boot Space: 510 litres
When the team looked at tumours from mice that had other types of breast cancer- some more prone to invasion and others less prone- all had leader cells containing K14. The more invasive a tumour was, the more cells with K14 it had.
These studies follow a strategy developed by Nancy Colburn and associates where they targeted TAM67 to the basal epidermal layers using the K14 promoter [100].
In the comparative study with normal cells quoted above, (74) SEMA3C, ITGB4, CDH3, and COL6A1 were highly expressed in the epithelioid MPM subtype; L1CAM, K14, and INP10 were overexpressed in the mixed MPM subtype; and MMP9 and PLXN3 were overexpressed in the sarcomatoid MPM subtype.
The Ertiga will be powered by the K14 (1.4-litre) engine and will also have a 1.3 litre multijet diesel variant.
channels F0 (GHz) FBW Qe K12/K34 K23 K14 1 2.45 6.5% 14.803 0.0561 0.0495 -0.0111 2 3.50 7.0% 13.442 0.0632 0.0486 0 3 4.20 6.6% 14.049 0.0605 0.0465 0 4 5.25 7.5% 12.372 0.0687 0.0528 0 Table 2.
Bayreuth, Germany, April 15, 2010 --(PR.com)-- FutureCarbon is exhibiting its products at the Hanover Fair in hall 6 at booth K14. One of the highlights is a vehicle door with a Carbo e-Therm electrical heating coating that can be operated on a non-hazardous small voltage of 12 volts.