POLD1

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POLD1

A gene on chromosome 19q13.3 that encodes a member of the DNA polymerase delta complex involved in DNA replication and repair. POLD1 has two enzymatic activities: DNA synthesis (polymerase) and exonucleolytic activity, which degrades single-stranded DNA in the 3' to 5' direction.
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Bev Pold, Ready SET Go project manager, said, 'We want to encourage young girls to break the mould by exploring opportunities beyond the usual career routes.
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Bev Pold, project manager at Chwarae Teg, said, 'We shall be looking for women who want to be part of this exciting new venture.
POLD re POLDARK pin-up Aidan Turner has revealed he spent his last day on the set of the period drama in bed with his female co-star.
Heebrea kula, pold 'Hebrew village, field' (PNA) (Kos) < Heebrea (6) 'Hebrew'.
The seven-year-o exclusively raced o pold has over sprint 3 THINGS TO WATCH OUT FOR trips during his career, but steps up to 7f in the apprentice handicap (4.10) under Nicola Currie.
Puerto de Mogan is a beautiful Pold fishing village which has grown into a thriving harbour packed with yachts, hotels and bars and bougainvillea-covered restaurants.
Since the beginning of 2018, SEMARELP's land development operations have been transferred to the inter-municipal grouping POLD.
Kohalike elanike malestustes oli leiukoht kunagi joeaarne luht, mis oli sageli uleujutatud, pold olevat sinna rajatud alles 1960.
It's produced by Renata Allelujka, with Cheryl Pold as choreographer and Angelee Johns as stage manager.
The authors also postulated that other MSI-H cancers, including carcinomas of the uterus, stomach, bile duct, pancreas, ovary, prostate, and small intestine, may benefit from anti-PD-1 therapy, and patients whose tumors contain other DNA repair deficiencies, such as those with mutations in POLD, POLE, or MYH, might benefit as well.22 The hypothesis that MSI-H tumors stimulate the immune system is not a new idea; it has been supported by observations of the dense, immune infiltration and Th1associated, cytokine-rich environment in MMR-deficient tumors.