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A gene on chromosome 6p22.3 that encodes a multi-pass membrane protein of the VMP family that may play a key role in neural organelle transport, transduction of nerve signals, nerve growth and neurite extension. It is only expressed in the brain.
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The first model P-24 aircrafts were produced with Polish engineers at the aircraft factory in Kayseri.
Also new are the Anox PAM blends, each of which is composed of a hindered phenol antioxidant (Anox 20) and a high-performance organo-phosphite antioxidant (Alkanox P-24) that reduces color development and melt flow changes.