POLA1

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POLA1

A gene on chromosome Xp22.1-p21.3 that encodes the catalytic subunit of DNA polymerase that plays a key role in initiating DNA replication.
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The MPA P180 is set to be a game changer in its sector when compared to its competitors thanks to its superior performance in terms of endurance, range, ceiling, payload capacity and low power consumption.
Because various textual details can be clarified only through comparison of performance parts with scores, and especially because of the different readings found between P180 and the parts for the Missa, editions of the B-Minor Mass have usually integrated readings from various sources in order to present what the editors have believed to be a more coherent text.
They seized 15 grams of shabu worth of P180,000, drug drug paraphernalia, and a .45 caliber pistol.
Total expenditures also increased 5.33 percent to P189.84 billion compared to the P180.23 billion recorded in the
Rebancos is a carnapping suspect according to an arrest warrant issued by Judge Bonifacio Pascua of Manila Metropolitan Trial Court Branch 56 with recommended bail of P180,000.
A total of P180 million has been spent on putting up infrastructure to facilitate implementation of the digital migration project, Ntlo ya Dikgosi has been told.
Air Ambulance Air Ambulance Worldwide has become the first operator in the USA to use a Piaggio P180 Avanti II for medical evacuation missions.
COVENTRY airline EuroSkyLink has become the first company in the UK to operate a Piaggio P180 Avanti aircraft.
Both received P300,000 per year, beyond the P180,000 annual salary allowed by Memorandum Circular No.
Authorities seized 15 grams of shabu worth P180,000.
Total expenditures of the pension fund, on the other, slightly rose by 5.33 percent to P189.84 billion in 2018 from the P180.23 billion recorded a year ago.
33 percent growth in the SSS' total expenditures, which reached P189.84 billion in 2018 compared to P180.23 billion in the previous year.