SERPINB3

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SERPINB3

A gene on chromosome 18q21.3 that encodes a member of the serine protease inhibitor (serpin) family thought to act as a protease inhibitor to modulate the host immune response to tumour cells.
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Caption: Figure 8: Design chart for the theoretical SCCA example with [DF.sub.min] = 20: (a) relative and (b) absolute length versus [[theta].sub.0].
SCCa and adenocarcinoma can have similar appearances on CT, typically appearing as a solid, heterogeneous mass with areas of necrosis and irregular margins with osseous destruction (Figures 6A,6B).
This case illustrates the safe and successful insertion of a PEG tube in a pregnant patient suffering from SCCA of the oral cavity.
"[the SCCA World of Art] is both open and not centered on capital.
(37) See Hunter v Southam Inc, [1984] 2 SCR 145 at 160, [1983] SCCA No 408 (section 8's purpose is to prevent unjustified searches "before they happen;" not to simply decide, after the fact, "whether they ought to have occurred").
The second stage of the scheme was found in s 14 of the SCCA. Section 14 provided that the Magistrates Court of South Australia 'must' (again) on the application by the Commissioner of Police 'make a control order against a person ('the defendant') if the Court is satisfied that the defendant is a member of a declared organisation.' Specifically, 'a control order' had the effect of prohibiting a member of the organisation from associating with other members, and from possessing a dangerous article or prohibited weapon.
Cytologic diagnoses included 10 cases (5.3%) of ASC-US, 55 cases (29.1%) of LSIL, 31 cases (16.4%) of LSIL-H, 21 cases (11.1%) of ASC-H, 68 cases (36.0%) of HSIL, 1 case (0.5%) of atypical glandular cells (AGCs), 1 case (0.5%) of adenocarcinoma in situ (AIS), and 2 cases (1.1%) of squamous cell carcinoma (SCCA) (Figure 2).
See Ontario (Human Rights Commission) v Naraine (2001), 209 DLR (4th), 158 OAC 380 (CA), leave to appeal to SCCA refused, [2002] SCCA no 69 (QL); Cadillac Fairview Corp v Saskatchewan Human Rights Commission (1999), 173 DLR (4th) 609, 177 Sask R 126 (CA), leave to appeal to SCCA refused, [1999] SCCA no 492 (QL).
The Swiss-owned Societe des Centres Commerciaux d'Algerie (SCCA) developed the country's first modern mall, Bab Ezzouar, outside Algiers, in 2010.
SCCA, one of the oldest leagues in America, was one of the founding members of USACA when the national organisation was formed and admitted into the ICC in 1965.
(9.) Snider v Manitoba Assn of Registered Nurses, [2000] 4 V/WR 130 (Man CA); leave to appeal to SCC refused, [2000] SCCA no 102 (QL).