BIRC7

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BIRC7

A gene on chromosome 20q13.3 that encodes a member of the apoptosis inhibitor protein (IAP) family, which contains a single copy of a baculovirus IAP repeat (BIR), which is essential for its inhibitory activity and caspase interactions, as well as a RING-type zinc finger domain, which may enhance its anti-apoptotic activity. BIRC7 protects cells against apoptosis induced by TNF, adriamycin, etoposide, staurosporine and other chemicals by activating MAPK8/JNK1, and possibly also MAPK9/JNK2.
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Dons service in PNG continues a strong family connection to the country, where his father served as a kiap and received a Military Medal and Order of the British Empire for his exploits here.
They arrived at the office with several community affairs officers, a kiap, the General Manager of Kutubu Transport and several armed police.
Unutzer, J., Kiap, R., Sturm, R., Young, A.S., Marmon, T., Shatkin, J., Wells, K.B., 2000.
The editors have talked about the Kanpur Indo-American Programme (KIAP) which established a partnership of IIT-K with a consortium of nine American Universities.
In order to enable an easy comparison of results, the structure of our investigation is similar to that of other research projects on identity traits in academic discourse, especially KIAP and SERAC.
"I was expecting a proper incinerator with a chamber for cremation to take place," health inspector Honk Kiap told the Post-Courier newspaper.
These are studies devoted to impersonality (Hyland 2001), authorial identity (the KIAP project), metaphors (Sontag 1991; Van Rijn-Van Tongeren 1997), and the presentation of patients and diseases (Anspach 1988; Grice and Kramer-Dahl 1992; Donnelly and Hines 1997; Kenny and Beagan 2004).
of Bergen and the Norwegian School of Economics and Business Administration) present a research product of the KIAP project (full English title: Cultural Identity in Academic Prose: national versus discipline-specific), which sought to identify if cultural identities can be identified in academic discourse and the extent to which they may be language-specific or discipline-specific in nature.
Haus kiap, haus polis, haus kalabus and haus sik referring to admin building, police quarters, gaol and aid post completed the presence.
The effective inhibition of tumor growth and stimulation of apoptosis in vitro in immortalized cells has been achieved by blocking several associated oncogenes such as the signal transduction protein Stat 3 and the anti-apoptotic livin gene (ML-IAP/ KIAP) through RNAi (43-45).
- Judgment T-286/02 Oriental Kitchen v OHMI - Mou Dybfrost (KIAP MOU): Intellectual property.
'Kiap, planter and politician: a self-portrait.' In James Griffin (ed.) Papua New Guinea portraits: the expatriate experience.