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AKAP4

A gene on chromosome Xp11.2 that encodes a member of the structurally diverse A-kinase anchor protein (AKAP) family, which binds to the regulatory subunit of protein kinase A, confining the enzyme to discrete locations within the cell. AKAP4 localises to sperm flagella and may be involved in regulating sperm motility.
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If this amount were subjected to a 12-percent value-added tax, he said the Philippines could have collected at least P82.18 billion.
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The Investment Coordination Committee-Cabinet Committee of NEDA approved last month the increase in project cost for the Mindanao Railway Project Phase 1-Tagum-Davao-Digos Segment (MRP-TDD) to P82.9 billion from the previously approved project cost of P35.9 billion in 2017.
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We tested to see if there were differences among peptide groups (ANOVA: p<0.00009): groups SR116, SH95, P80, and P81 presented weight reduction similar among them and greater than the change observed in groups P82, P83, and P84; nevertheless, the differences were statistically significant among groups P78 to P81 and the normal control and P84 groups.
Casella CEL will be exhibiting three products at Stand P82, Hall 2, at the Safety & Health Expo, 11-13 May 2010, at the NEC Birmingham, where visitors can view them, try them out and receive help and advice on their use.
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Senator Panfilo Lacson on Thursday said the Philippine government lost more than P82 billion in revenue from the import of Chinese products in 2017.
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