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A gene on chromosome 2q31.1 that encodes chimerin 1, a GTPase-activating protein for ras-related p21-rac and a phorbol ester receptor. It is predominantly expressed in neurones and plays a key role in neuronal signal transduction.

Molecular pathology
CHN1 mutations are linked to Duane’s retraction syndrome type 2.
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Phylogenetic analysis of the hemagglutinin gene of the North Carolina B viruses carrying the I221V change in the NA is consistent with the B Victoria lineage (Figure, panel A).
Perdue helped establish the NCMBC within the North Carolina Community College System and launched the Foundation, a business development organization focused exclusively on building the state s defense and homeland security economy.
The Southeast Interstate Low-Level Radioactive Waste Management Compact--which represents an accord between Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee and Virginia to manage radioactive waste storage--North Carolina was given $80 million to build a disposal facility.
Munich Reinsurance America has reinsured a portion of two catastrophe hurricane risk layers of the North Carolina Joint Underwriting Association and North Carolina Insurance Underwriting Association which have been fully retroceded to Cayman Islands-registered Johnston Re Ltd., providing coverage up to a maximum of US$305m.
Part of the "New Perspectives on the History of the South" series, Black Manhood and Community Building in North Carolina 1900-1930 is a close look at the role of black men in resisting racial oppression in North Carolina during the beginning of the twentieth century--a time notorious for use of poll taxes, literacy tests, and the grandfather clause to deny black men the right to vote, as well as segregationist Jim Crow laws.
Serving as program attendants were Alaina Blevins of Greensboro, North Carolina, cousin of the groom and Meghan Milloy of Hattiesburg, cousin of the bride.
Callers to the North Carolina Public Health Association are hearing a rather unusual greeting these days.

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