CLEC4F

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CLEC4F

A gene on chromosome 2p13.3 that encodes a receptor with a C-type lectin domain which has an affinity for galactose and fucose and may play a role in endocytosis.
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Speaking on local radio KCLR yesterday evening, reporter MaryAnn Vaughan added: "Ned Quinn, chairman of the county board, he said there's a meeting with the club tonight to establish the facts around this issue.
The Ballyhale Shamrocks man, who will miss the game due to a ruptured Achilles tendon, was speaking to KCLR radio ahead of today's big match.
In the last year or so his voice became familiar to listeners to KCLR in KilKenny on the programme "A Glimpse of the Past" on Tuesday nights at 8.
Setanta Media holds significant stakes in the franchises for some of Ireland's newest radio stations namely, Dublin's Newstalk 106 and KCLR from Kilkenny/Carlow.
KCLR FM (Kilkenny and Carlow) and KFM (Kildare) can now push ahead with lavish plans after a court challenge by established operators in Carlow and Kildare to their launches was withdrawn.
Speaking on KCLR 96 FM, he added: "A number of searches have been carried out so I'm precluded from talking too much about it.
The next day I heard the owner on KCLR radio saying they'd sold a ticket for the draw with a prize of half a million.
Speaking on KCLR 96FM yesterday, Roseann told how seeing a psychologist has helped her.
Speaking on local radio station KCLR FM, Quinn said: "As chairman of the county board, I have overall responsibility for all of our county teams so I accept my responsibilities as regards our minor football team as I do with any other team.
The Leap Year tradition encouraging women to propose to men saw Valerie Sheehan from Co Carlow pop the question to her partner Ray Byrne live on KCLR radio.
The familiar colours of J P McManus should figure prominently in each of the three maiden hurdles on the card, with recent acquisition Mm Dazzler, trained by Adrian Maguire, a particularly hurdling recruit in the KCLR 96FM Maiden Hurdle.