PHIP


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PHIP

A gene on chromosome 6q14 that encodes a protein which is a putative regulator of insulin and insulin-like growth factor signalling pathways. PHIP stimulates cell proliferation by regulating cyclin transcription; its anti-apoptotic activity is via AKT1 phosphorylation and activation. PHIP plays a role in regulating cell morphology and cytoskeletal organisation.
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Guingona filed lately Senate Resolution 470 that directs the Senate Committee on Health and Demography to conduct an inquiry into how the PHIP is ensuring efficient delivery of benefits to its members, and guarantee financial risk protection.
Phips suspended the trials shortly after someone accused his wife, Lady Mary, of being a witch.
PhiPS II , qP and F0 changed significantly under 100MuM indicating the more destruction of PSII in 'Erqing' than 'Wutacai'.
Phips journeyed from Boston to London in 1691 to urge the king to continue the attack on Canada with its profitable furs and fisheries, but the threat to William's native Netherlands proved more pressing.
Norton argues that Phips acted in October only after public dissatisfaction with the trials was evident.
San Francisco architect Dan Phips devised an efficient, nearly frustration-free storage system for this serious cook.
The artifacts pointed towards a wreck from the Phips fleet: as more material was examined, it became clear that there were no artifacts that were definitively post-1700; secondly, the weaponry varied widely in age and type.
Later that month, Governor Phips prohibited any further jailing and dissolved the Court of Oyer and Terminer.
Some might consider it ironic that Cellucci, a native of Boston, would hint at trade sanctions for Canada when it was Boston merchants who raised money to send a fleet under William Phips against Quebec in 1690.
Whereas Mary Phips was thought to be "next to a mere naturall" and Samuel Hadley "incapashous," Michael Smith was only simple.
He went abroad to win a new charter for the colony, and brought about the appointment of <IR> SIR WILLIAM PHIPS </IR> as governor.
For an aspiring young writer like Nathaniel Hawthorne, who sought the raw materials for his literary labors in the old Puritan chronicles of New England, the fascinating life of Sir William Phips would seem to promise countless narrative possibilities.