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DNAH.af.5

A gene on chromosome 5p15.2 that encodes a dynein protein, which is part of a microtubule-associated motor-protein complex consisting of light, intermediate and heavy chains. DNAH5 is a heavy chain force-generating protein with ATPase activity; release of ADP produces the force-producing power stroke.

Molecular pathology
DNAH5 mutations cause primary ciliary dyskinesia type 3 and Kartagener syndrome.

PCD

polycystic disease.
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Loose material impacting the tool is the second leading cause of damage to PCD tooling.
A big benefit to PCD rotary cutting tools is the longer tool life expectancy in relation to common carbide rotary cutting tools.
Since the commencement of operation of the first department store in 2004, PCD Stores (Group) Limited was successfully listed on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange in 2009.
The PCD Centre hopes to enable a cyber-presence to confront future
We are pleased to work with our partner PCD on this initiative," said Clark Hickock, chief executive officer for Axesstel.
The completion of the second production line in Spain will result in an annual production capacity of 2,000 tonnes and 6,000 tonnes respectively in Japan and Spain, effectively making Ube Industries the largest manufacturer of PCD in the world.
PCD introduced lately the new Porsche 911 and is preparing to launch the new generation of Boxster and Cayman mid-engine sports cars soon, while the long awaited Panamera will be available in its showroom before the end of 2009, the report said.
Career high: The group's debut single, Don't Cha, was a hit around the world, going to number one in the UK, Australia and Canada, while their debut album, PCD, sold more than 7m copies.
Today, PCD tooling has chalked up a successful track record in many American woodworking operations.
PCD Technologies, LLC recently announced the launch of a new website, http://www.