PDE4DIP

(redirected from MMGL)

PDE4DIP

A gene on chromosome 1q21.1 that encodes a protein which may function as an anchor-sequestering component of the cAMP-dependent pathway to Golgi and/or centrosomes.
Segen's Medical Dictionary. © 2012 Farlex, Inc. All rights reserved.
References in periodicals archive ?
Any information you can give in connection with the foregoing will be very much appreciated (MMGL, Secretary [Thomson] a Abbe Tremblay, 23 aout 1941).
Il s'agit probablement du recit de voyage de Samuel de Champlain de 1603 et de la carte qu'il a dressee du site (MMGL, Abbe Tremblay a Thomson, 4 septembre 1941).
Les fondations retrouvees ont 15 pieds anglais sur 30, alors que la description de Champlain donne 18 pieds francais sur 25 (MMGL, Coverdale a Webster, 2 octobre 1941).
If it is the right location of the building, it is possible that a part of the ancient foundations could have served later for a larger building (MMGL, Brassard a Coverdale, 10 octobre 1941).
The wall of one side of the house is missing and in the interior is a large block of stone work not connected with the walls and which was evidently the foundation of the chimney or fireplace (MMGL, Coverdale a Webster, 2 octobre 1941).
When we heard of it, we did not interfere the matter, because first we had not the opportunity of making personal investigations on the spot, and secondly because we did not want to cut the wings to a sort of propaganda actually useful to your project of reconstructions ; but we cannot admit that the discovered stones belonged to Chauvin's (MMGL, AbbeTremblay a Coverdale, 29 mars 1942).
Brassard propose l'achat de maisons anciennes, construites selon des procedes semblables a ceux qui ont pu etre utilises lors de l'erection du poste Chauvin, afin d'en recuperer le bois qui donnera tout de suite un certain cachet au batiment (MMGL, Brassard a Coverdale, 10 octobre 1941 et 17 octobre 1941).
Coverdale ecrit : In fact, it is a matter of regret to me that Pierre Chauvin was satisfied with such a modest and diminutive habitation because the material which we have already collected promises to burst outward its walls if we continue to increase it (MMGL, Coverdale a AbbeTremblay, 24 mars 1944).