NLGN4X

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NLGN4X

A gene on chromosome Xp22.33 that encodes neuroligin 4, a putative neuronal cell surface protein involved in cell–cell interactions.
 
Molecular pathology
Defects of NLGN4X have been linked to an increased susceptibility to Asperger syndrome (X-linked type 2) and to autism (X-linked type 2).
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Tom Symons, senior researcher at NLGN, said: "There is a real risk that future economic growth will be undermined by infrastructure that is unable to meet the demands of a modern, globalised economy.
New Local Government Network (2009) Investing Together: The Case for a Local Authority Mutual Fund, London, NLGN.
Under the NLGN model, the directly-elected leader would be far more powerful.
NLGN is concerned that this could lead to a decline in growth and hamper modernisation of public services but clearly the problems will go much wider than that.
The NLGN is run by Chris Leslie, a former Labour MP who co-ordinated Gordon Brown's unopposed campaign for the Labour leadership last year.
The NLGN says there should be tougher action on the 600,000 empty homes in England and Wales.
The New Local Government Network (NLGN) is calling for an additional income tax band of 10 per cent to be created for people earning more than pounds 200,000 a year.
Now a report published this week by the left-wing think tank the New Local Government Network (NLGN) has supported that proposal after calling on Government ministers to embrace the city region concept.
In its new report, entitled Capital Contingencies, NLGN warns that deep cuts risk creating a "tsunami of a public sector recession" and calls on future governments to protect spending on infrastructure projects like new roads and public buildings.
In its new report, entitled Capital Contingencies, NLGN calls on future governments to protect spending on infrastructure projects like new roads and public buildings.
With 100,000 people currently on a waiting list for an allotment, the New Local Government Network (NLGN) is calling for the Government and local councils to make better use of the estimated 3,500 hectares of unused brownfield land - the equivalent size of 25 Hyde Parks - to create new community allotments.
the new Local Government Network (NLGN) suggests that a once-a-decade Census is no longer what we need in a fast-moving modern society.