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BGN

A gene on chromosome Xq28 that encodes biglycan, a protein that plays a role in assembly of collagen fibrils and muscle regeneration.
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PGI has been growing aggressively in recent years, acquiring industrial nonwovens producer Fiberweb in 2013 and spunmelt specialist Providencia in 2014 and investing significantly at its existing sites around the world.
If a retailer describes their beef or lamb as 'Welsh' and fails to source their meat from a PGI-registered abattoir or does not display the PGI logo, they are breaking the law and can be prosecuted.
With this latest release of PVF, PGI Fortran compilers and tools for multi-core processors and GPUs are available through Visual Studio 2010 to the large base of scientists and engineers developing for Windows," said Douglas Miles, director, The Portland Group.
This event will help raise awareness of PGI amongst British consumers - something that is extremely important now that it is a legal requirement for products to carry the PGI logo.
If successful, PGI status would be granted in summer 2009.
Clarifies responsibilities of administrative contracting officers and auditors in conducting reviews of a contractor's insurance programs, pension plans, and other deferred compensation plans; and updates and relocates to PGI, the procedures for those reviews.
Filtration is a core business for PGI, and we're dedicated to accelerating growth in this critical segment.
And Myrddin Davies, a PGI Welsh Lamb farmer from Pandy Tudur, Conwy, said PGI status was the equivalent of an Olympic gold medal to lamb producers.
It is also likely to push PGI as a European benchmark for food quality.
Our investigation concerns whether the PGI board of directors is fulfilling its fiduciary duties, maximizing the value of the Company, disclosing all material benefits and costs, and obtaining full and fair consideration for Company stockholders.
PGI has completed the purchase of Companhia Providencia, a Brazilian-based manufacturer of nonwovens used in personal hygiene, healthcare and industrial applications.
The competition is part of a new campaign to raise awareness of Protected Geographical Indication - or PGI - which is a European-awarded quality mark for food produce which has a guaranteed regional origin.