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A gene on chromosome 1p32-p31 that is the putative transforming gene of avian sarcoma virus 17, which interacts directly with specific target DNA sequences to regulate gene expression.

Molecular pathology
JUN maps to a chromosome region involved in both translocations and deletions in cancer.
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A family of oncogenes that can transform some normal cells (e.g., rat embryo cells) into cancer cells. All members of this family can bind to activating protein-1 (AP-1) sites and to specific DNA sequences. See: oncogene; transformation
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From the P39.99 million funds used to repair the P-9 to P-14 segment of a road in Sitio Kauswagan in 2010, P19 million was disallowed by COA's Regional Office in Region XIII as the project was supposedly not completed.
The COA noted that out of the P36,920,725 donations that OCD received from various local and foreign sources for the Marawi victims, only P10,000 was used, thus leaving a balance of P39.91million.
The BSP has been reporting losses for some time until it was reversed in 2016, 2017 and now 2018 when it had earnings of P17.51 billion, P23.51 billion, and P39.85 billion, respectively.
'With a little encouragement, the stakeholders have agreed to help in NFA's 'Tulong sa Bayan' Caravan where they will sell rice at P39.00/kilogram only.
Fabricated from an engineered grade of polymer material, equal to 0[degrees] to 140[degrees]F temperature exposure, the P39 uses heavy-duty, electro-galvanized 3/4-in.-10 NC threaded nuts to expedite panel-to-structure connections.
Drilon, chair of the Senate Finance Committee said an oversight committee will conduct a review of the government's flagship P39 billion (Dhs3.42 billion) poverty alleviation programme ahead of the upcoming 2013 national budget deliberations.
It be perfect for country's P39 "It would be absolutely wonderful for North Wales if matches could come to Wrexham''s Racecourse."
DBP s net worth also improved by 2.53%, from P37.07 billion in 2009 to P39.6 billion in 2010.
Though flashy one-liners have a brash appeal, schemes that take a more measured approach, either through the reuse of old buildings, such as Jakob + MacFarlane's City of Fashion & Design in Paris (p30) or the reconstitution of the urban fabric, such as Rafael Moneo's Roman amphitheatre museum in Cartagena (p39), connect more resonantly with the urban and human condition.
(For more polling data in Mexico, see P39.) While it is impossible to be sure about numbers, estimates for the number of illegal abortions range from 110,000 to 800,000 each year.
One such inbred is P39. A number of morphological strains of P39 have been identified.
Then it fell steadily to a final weekly price of P41.81 in December, P41.13 in January, P40.65 in February, and P39.82 in March (https://psa.gov.ph/content/updates-palay-rice-and-corn-prices-0).