retinitis pigmentosa type 33

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retinitis pigmentosa type 33

An autosomal dominant condition (OMIM:610359) characterised by retinal photoreceptor cell degeneration, night blindness and loss of midperipheral visual field; with time, far peripheral vision and eventually central vision are also lost.

Molecular pathology
Caused by defects of SNRNP200, which encodes a protein of the DEXH-box family of putative RNA helicases involved in RNA splicing.
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Since 2003 I have been a full professor." (RP8, female, 2000) "I was able to apply for associate professorship right after gaining the PhD." (RP33, female, 2005) The situation (in many fields in academia) today, 15-20 years later: "I can see it happening in our fields--we have a generation gap [in 201 ].
The Tower I of Kawana Golf Residence is marketed at Rp33 million per square meter.
Meanwhile, expenses are recorded a growth of 8.5%, lower than revenue growth, of Rp33,72 trillion last year to Rp36,57 trillion.
In fact, despite the decrease in GDP growth in 2009, the government increased the state budget to Rp1,000 trillion (US$105.7 billion), but the defence budget remained unchanged at Rp33.6 trillion (US$3.3 billion).
JAKARTA, July 6, 2015 - (ACN Newswire) - State Oil and Gas Company PT PERTAMINA (www.pertamina.com/en) has set aside Rp33 trillion or US$2.5 billion for investment in geothermal power plant development through 2019.
Corporate Secretary of Betonjaya Manunggal Saiful Fuad said market slump caused a decline in sales in January-April 2014 to Rp33.5 billion , down Rp2.5 billion from the same period in 2013.
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20 Projects completed in 2016 worth Rp33.3 trillion are:
Total sales of electronic goods were increased to Rp33 trillion in 2013.
According to Sutedja, the prices of Kawana Golf Residence have increased between 5% and 10% to currently Rp33 million per square meter.
Of the total loans, consumer loans showed a decelerating growth, Small Medium Micro Enterprise (SMME) loans recorded 15.3% YoY growth to Rp33.32 trillion and Corporate loans grew by 11.7% YoY to Rp47.09 trillion.
By November 2010, the state lender had capital worth Rp43.6 trillion, followed by BCA with capital of Rp33.2 Trillion as the second largest, and BRI with capital of Rp31.5 trillion by July 2010.