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LAMA1

A gene on chromosome 18p11.3 that encodes laminin alpha 1, an extracellular matrix (ECM) protein that mediates the attachment, migration and organisation of cells into tissues during embryonic development by interacting with other ECM components (e.g., fibulin-2, which is encoded by FBLN2).
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Beijing claims that the next Dalai Lama cannot be chosen by any individual person but must be done so by the Chinese government.
"The reincarnation of Dalai Lama is a historical, religious and political issue.
The LABA and LAMA associated CVD risk remained significant, regardless of patient's CVD history and COPD exacerbations.
The agreement was signed by the Bank's CEO Anil Kosher Shah and Rajiv Dakota, CEO of the Lama Capital.
he left his birthplace and came to India where the Dalai Lama has hosted him at the Gyuto monastery in Dharamsala.
David Pugh, prosecuting, said Lama "repeatedly" asked Sam for pictures of her in school uniform.
"Gere met the Dalai Lama on Saturday," an official at the Tibetan monastery said.
The main test entails presenting the boy with a plethora of items to see if he can pick out the ones which belonged to the previous Dalai Lama. The current Dalai Lama represents the fourteenth leader chosen. 
Reincarnation On May 13, 1995, after performing a last divination, the Dalai Lama confirmed that a boy called Gedhun Choekyi Nyima was the correct incarnation; this was announced to the world the next day.
The first performance was a welcome song performed by Uttam Lama and his group, dressed in traditional attire.
The Italian newspaper La Stampa quoted the Dalai Lama on Monday as saying that dialogue with Islamic State, which has seized swathes of territory in Iraq and Syria, was vital to ensuring peace.