MOCS2

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MOCS2

A gene on chromosome 5q11 that encodes the catalytic subunit of the molybdopterin synthase complex, which catalyses the conversion of precursor Z into molybdopterin.

Molecular pathology
Defects in MOCS2 cause molybdenum cofactor deficiency type B.
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An MPTS tribunal panel is to meet between September 23 and September 27.
Tender notice number : 56 XEN MPTS Jodhpur, UBN:VPN1920SSOB00672
Rajeshkumar." MPTS chair Rachel Wedderspoon said: "The tribunal concluded a criminal conviction of sexual assault in a clinical setting on a vulnerable patient is fundamentally incompatible with a doctor's continued registration."
Among these measures, some standardized stand out such as Vital Capacity (VC) and the Maximum Phonation Times (MPT), which aid the identification of voice alterations for the individual [2,4-6].
Ideally, MPTs would also address some of the limitations of the contraceptive methods currently available.
The variety of MPTs being developed will widen protective and preventive choices.
The High Court wants the MPTS to look at Dr Adeogba's case again but a date for when that hearing will take place has not yet been set.
Of course for wider acceptance MPTs will have to be free of undue side effects, should be user friendly and affordable, allowing women increased control and independence over their sexual and reproductive health.
Niall Dickson, the GMC's chief executive, said: "The launch of the MPTS is the biggest change to doctors' fitness to practise hearings for more than 150 years.
McIntyre and McIntyre (1999) confirm that MPTs have been in place since the adoption of the federal income tax in 1913.
Among these speech-language pathology procedures of assessment, several vocal measurements are gathered and the extraction of the maximum phonation times (MPTs) among them.