1-Sep

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1-Sep

A gene on chromosome 16p11.1 that encodes septin 1, a member of the septin family of GTPases, which are required for cytokinesis and maintaining cell morphology.

Molecular pathology
Septin 1 forms homo- and heterooligomeric filaments, and may contribute to the neurofibrillary tangles in Alzheimer's disease.
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The highest incidence of prostate cancer (which was found in PR men aged 45-54 years and 85+ years [Table 2]) was observed in those municipalities with the lowest category of SEP (SEP1).
The highest mortality rates were observed in those municipalities categorized as SEP1 and were found in PR men aged 55-64 years, 75-84 years, and 85+ years (Table 2).
Hansen, where a number of genes that are either entirely meiosis-specific or functioning both during meiosis and mitosis have been characterized (e.g., DMC1: Bishop et al., 1992; HOP1: Hollingsworth et al., 1990; MEI4: Menees et al., 1992; MER1/MER2: Engebrecht et al, 1990; MRE11: Ajimura et al., 1992; Johzuka & Ogawa, 1995; RAD50: Alani et al., 1990; RED1: Rockmill & Roeder, 1990; Rockmill et al., 1995; SEP1: Tishkoff et al., 1995; XRS2: Iranov et al., 1992; ZIP1: Sym et al., 1993; see also Nag, 1995, for an overview).
Manama, Sep1 (BNA): A plan to scrap meat subsidies in Bahrain from September1 has been postponed till next month (October2015), following an order from His Royal Highness Prime Minister Prince Khalifa bin Salman Al Khalifa.