SLCO4A1

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SLCO4A1

A gene on chromosome 20q13.33 that encodes an Na+-independent transporter of organic anions—e.g., thyroid hormones T3 (triiodo-L-thyronine), T4 (thyroxine), rT3 and taurocholate.
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To conclude on a positive note, what is safe from POAT? Here is a selection of the most significant.
Poat contended in 1990 that "Sadly, however, fewer than 10 percent of consumers on average respond to recall notices" (p.
"NEON was a huge success last year but we have already had more enquiries about this year's event," said Mr Poat.
Event organiser Rob Poat said: "Last year's NEON event was a huge success.
The best evidence of the utility of adjunctive counseling in the treatment of OUD comes from the landmark Prescription Opioid Addiction Treatment Study (POATS), a 653-patient multicenter trial conducted by the National Drug Abuse Treatment Network and funded by the National Institute on Drug Abuse.
Subsequent parsing of the POATS data showed that the subgroup of people who had used heroin rather than prescription pills and who actually attended at least 60% of their counseling sessions did better than if they were randomized to no counseling.
En un segundo analisis se estudian las caracteristicas de la participacion de diversos actores en espacios de gobernanza ambiental en areas protegidas de Carchi, Ecuador (Poats y Suarez, 2007).