ATIC

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ATIC

A gene on chromosome 2q35 that encodes a bifunctional protein that catalyses the last two steps in purine biosynthesis.

Molecular pathology
ATIC mutation causes AICA-ribosiduria.
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(2) Hu maeg o[eth][eth]e hu dear aenig Iaewede man how can.3SG or how dare.3SG any lay.M.NOM man him to geteon purh riccetere cristes wican?
(24) The poem Christ III similarly states that the righteous will feel counter-empathy at the vivid sight of the damned, triggered not only by the recognition that the wicked are being punished but by the recognition that the righteous have received better than they could hope, having been saved from hell "purh miltse meotudes" (1253).
Afterwards the cuff was deflated and the PORH perfusion and PORH peak (PUrh) was measured for 5 min.
Syddan wees geworden paet he ferde purh pa ceastre and paet castel: godes rice prediciende and bodiende.
and he sona gesundfull his faereldes breac, and ongeat paet god purh his engel hine geneosode, se de giu aer pone blindan Tobian durh his heahengel Raphahel mihtelice onlihte:
pe arerde mon cun pat wes adun ifallet purh adames sunnen.
Rouen: Publcations des Universites de Rouen et du Havre - PURH.
(3) And sona swa [??]eos geofu purh Drihtnes miht on heora heortan alegd wes, hie woeron to[??]on frome & todon anrode, poet hie forhogodan ege ealra eor[??]licra cyninga.
Stefn efter cwom, hlud purh heardne, hleodor dynede, wordum wemde.
The lower part (purh) of the ralli is then attached to the teha by a fine running stitch (tropa).