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9-Sep

A gene on chromosome 17q25 that encodes septin 9, a member of the septin family of nucleotide-binding proteins, which are required for cytokinesis, organisation of submembranous structures, neuronal polarity and vesicle trafficking. SEPT9 is a candidate for ovarian tumour suppressor gene.

Molecular pathology
SEPT9 mutations cause hereditary neuralgic amyotrophy (neuritis with brachial predilection). A translocation between SEPT9 and MLL on chromosome 11 results in acute myelomonocytic leukaemia.
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Indeed, on a total of 85 strains, only (6) strains (MSC1, MSC19, MSF1, MSF22, MSH17, MSH21) have survived in the presence of AM10 and (2) strains (MSC1, MSF22) in the presence of CN10.
The evaluation of the intrinsic resistance to the antibiotics reveal that all strains of four geographical groups have presented a remarkable sensitivity in the presence of AM and CN except some strains (MSC1, MSC19, MSF1, MSF22, MSH17, MSH21) and (MSC1, MSF22) that have made proof of resistance to these antibiotics, respectively.
The experimental investigations so far employed seven concrete mixes (MC1, MSF1, MSF2, MSF3, MSF7, MSF8, and MSF9) with fixed water to binder ratio (w/b) of 0.3 and fine to coarse aggregate ratio (F/c) of 0.6.
Mix w/b F/c B/Ta Fibres Acl Id ratio ratio ratio % % MC1 0.3 0.6 0.26 0 0 MSF1 0.3 0.6 0.26 0.5 1 MSF2 0.3 0.6 0.26 1.0 1 MSF3 0.3 0.6 0.26 1.5 1 MSF7 0.3 0.6 0.26 0.5 1 MSF8 0.3 0.6 0.26 1.0 1 MSF9 0.3 0.6 0.26 1.5 1 Mix Cement Fly Fine Coarse Water Id ash aggregate aggregate kg/[m.sup.3] MC1 473 0 672 1113 142 MSF1 355 118 672 1113 142 MSF2 355 118 672 1113 142 MSF3 237 118 672 1113 142 MSF7 237 236 672 1113 142 MSF8 237 236 672 1113 142 MSF9 237 236 672 1113 142 Note: PCE dosage was fixed at 1.5% by weight of binder content for various mixture proportions.
Two fungal (MSF1 and MSF2) and two bacterial strains (MSB1 and MSB2) were isolated from the biodeteriorated paints and identified on the basis of morphological characteristics and biochemical tests respectively.
Two strains of the fungi MSF1 and MSF2 were identified under the microscope on the basis of morphological characteristics (Domsch et al., 1980).
Two strains of the fungi Penicilium (MSF1) and Aspergillus (MSF2) were identified under the microscope on the basis of morphological characteristics (Domsch et al., 1980).