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KAT8

A gene on chromosome 16p11.2 that encodes a histone acetyltransferase which may be involved in transcriptional activation.
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That harvester, built by a collaborator at MIT using less than 2 grams of MOF, proved that the concept worked: the windows fogged up in the sun, though the researchers were not able to collect or accurately measure the water.
He said, "MoF is committed to developing the Federal Financial System, improving its quality of service through advanced information technology, and enhancing the service level provided to ministries and federal entities.
The modified MOFs were more than three times more effective at capturing radioactive organic iodides than the leading materials used by the U.S.
The MOF, however, stressed that OBUs can enjoy free tax for their income only from investing in offshore securities, a privilege which, though, doesn't include bonds floated by domestic enterprises.
Dou, an associate professor of pathology and biological chemistry, has studied Mof for several years, puzzling over the intricacies of its role in stem cell biology.
The base case scenario for Q3 2011 is the MoF tapping its foreign currency accounts to make payments to OVDP holders:
Cameroon's MoF will also use the new z10 Business Class mainframe to run its messaging applications based on IBM Lotus Notes and Lotus Domino software.
RELATED ARTICLE: A high-ranking senior minister at the Ministry of Finance (MOF) who spoke only on condition of anonymity: "It [the M-fund] is nonsense."
Assessments Based on Microsoft Operations Framework (MOF) Identify IT Infrastructure Process and Technology Gaps
The Ministry of Finance (MOF) and the ruling Liberal Democratic Party's (LDP) powerful tax panel is considering implementing major tax hikes from January 2004 at the earliest to prevent them from eating away the economy-boosting effects of tax cuts to be carried out from fiscal 2003.
The Ministry of Finance (MOF) said Thursday donor nations have agreed on a substantial increase in the use of grants in the International Development Association's (IDA) assistant program for developing countries.
One Japanese Ministry of Finance (MOF) official recently labeled Foreign Minister Makiko Tanaka a "troublemaker" seemingly beefing up claims that the new Japanese official is hypersensitive to the Chinese and appears anti-American at inside meetings with colleagues (see From the Founder).