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MYO1B

A gene on chromosome 2q12-q34 that encodes a motor protein which plays key roles in neuronal development and function—e.g., cell migration, neurite outgrowth and vesicular transport.
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Total drug seizures declined at MMIA in 2015 to1,028 kg through the first 10 months of the year, from 3.3 MT in all of 2014.
The MMIA, containing a mixture of six microbead sets, one for Esat6 coated antigens along with controls like anti human IgG, biotin, cell lysate, anti mouse IgG and BSA, was used analyze the plasma samples from vaccinated and control animals, which were diluted 1:200 in Prionex (Bio- WORLD, Dublin, OH), as described by Khan et al.
When the MMIA was abolished and replaced by the MMIP in 2000, however, New York's then-Governor Pataki justified it as an adjustment to a marked improvement in the condition of the voluntary market since the passage of the 1975, 1985, and 1986 malpractice reform legislation.
The court agreed that MMIA was likely to succeed on the merits of its constitutional challenges to a requirement that it refund approximately $10 million to hospitals that paid 20 percent surcharges on premiums for excess coverage.
Providing stepping-stones to certification, MMIA, CHIA, and NCIHC have all undertaken work developing codes of ethics, standards of practice, or certification pilot programs.
Drug seizures at the MMIA have increased by 1,100 percent from 2012 (from approximately 300 kg to 3.3 metric tons, or MT).
121 for one year until another carrier can be found or until MMIA can somehow be made to lower its liability insurance rates.
The Murtala Muhammed International Airport (MMIA), Lagos Police Command, has identified the man who climbed an Azman Air aircraft at the airport on Friday as Usman Adamu from neighbouring Republic of Niger.
The Nigerian Drug and Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) frequently arrests drug couriers at Murtala Mohammed International Airport (MMIA) in Lagos.