KRT15

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KRT15

A gene on chromosome 17q21.2 that encodes a type-I keratin, an intermediate filament protein that provides the structural integrity of epithelial cells.
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According to the newly filed court documents, Oregon State Police investigators seized an e-cigarette found in the cab of Bond's 1985 GMC K15 pickup and a red Motorola cellphone.
According to the Business Confederation of Macedonia, the annual leave allowance, commonly known as K15, should be 40 percent of the minimum wage paid in every firm rather than 40 percent of the average salary paid nationwide in order to encourage employers to pay the allowance instead of motivating them to seek ways to circumvent the law.
5 billion in the first quarter predominantly driven by blue chips with the K15 index outperforming the general market with a gain of 10 per cent and recording an all-time high on March 27, stated the NBK report.
The rally was predominantly driven by blue chips with the K15 index outperforming the general market with a gain of 10 percent and recording an all-time high on 27 March.
Truth is I've descended kerbs more testing than the K15 jump, which looks about as intimidating as K9 from Doctor Who.
Despite staying on his feet to complete the smallest K15 jump, Clarke's distance of 9.
They'll compete in a series of events, with the two lowest-scorers at the end of each episode facing 'the jump' - an incredibly scary ski jump where you can't see the drop - in which they'll have the option of three sizes, K15, K24 or K40, to keep their place in the contest.
INS Arihant will be armed with DRDO developed medium range K15 ballistic missile.
dagger]) Patients with serotypes K15 (1), K19 (3), K31 (1), K46 (1), K54 (2) and nontypeable (2).
For his feat, Kim received a Ping K15 golf set and crystal trophy.
In addition, the company will invest US$160 million to build another factory, dubbed K15, inside the export processing zone, which is scheduled for inauguration in July next year.
K15 protein of Kaposi's sarcoma-associated herpesvirus is latently expressed and binds to HAX-1, a protein with antiapoptotic function.