DUSP23

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DUSP23

A gene on chromosome 1q23.2 that encodes dual-specificity phosphatase 23, which dephosphorylates proteins with Tyr and Ser/Thr residues, downregulating ERK1/MAPK3. It upregulates JNK/MAPK8 and p38/MAPK14.
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The task force met monthly, continued implementing the 2017-2018 anti-trafficking national plan of action, and MoSP committed approximately 23.4 million GYD ($108,840) to anti-trafficking efforts over the reporting period.
Figure 8 shows the MOSp ([V.sub.q], obtained using 1), (4), (5), and (6)) for each clip against the actual MOS obtained with the subjective tests.
It can be equipped with an Elta Systems EL/M-2022U radar and EL/K-1891 satcom, and a Tamam Mosp sensor turret.
The Heron mounts both the Elta Systems EL/M-2022U radar and a Tamam Mosp EO/IR turret.
Elsewhere on the UAV front, the Tamam Division of Israel Aircraft Industries has developed the Multimission Optronic Stabilized Payload (MOSP) that has been chosen for the US Hunter Short-Range UAV effort and the Swiss Ranger UAV.
Originally developed to meet the French Air Force's Sidm interim male drone requirement, it normally carries an IAI Tamam Mosp payload, but can be equipped with an Elta EL/M-2055 sar.
At the larger end of the company's product spectrum, its Multi-Mission Optronic Stabilised Payload (Mosp) is used on the IAI Hunter and IAI Searcher 2 drones and is equipped with either a monochrome or colour CCD camera plus a flir system and laser designator.
The Mosp family from the Tamam division of Israel Aircraft Industries has been produced for the IAI/Northrop Grumman RQ-5 Hunter, IAI Searcher/ Heron, Ruag Ranger and Silver Arrow Hermes 450.
Its basic payload was an IAI Tamam Mosp combined television and flir sensor, but the vehicle was demonstrated with alternative payloads which included a lightweight comint system.