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SP5

A gene on chromosome 2q31.1 that encodes a protein which binds to GC-box promoter elements, thought to play a role in co-ordinating the intricate changes in transcription which occur in the developing embryo.
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Relationship between the largest and the smallest residual mean square of environments ranged between the groups of 2.28 (SP5) to 7.05 (SP3) (Table 1).
This group encompasses water of the downstream zone, near the evaporation ponds (SP1, SP2, SP3, and SP5).
Images were collected using a SP5 confocal microscope (Leica Microsystems, Wetzlar, Germany) with a 40X1.3 NA objective and 488-nm excitation for Alexa Fluor 488 and 561-nm excitation for autofluorescence of intracellular granules.
Isolados Procedencia Especie Incidencia Severidade SP5 Plantulas Fusarium proliferatum 100 a 4,0 a 1A Semente Fusarium oxysporum 80 b 2,3 b 3A Semente Fusarium sp.
Slides were prepared with DAPI and mounting medium and analyzed by confocal SP5 microscopy using Leica Application Suite software.
SP4 and SP5 also present higher values than SP1 relative to step 1 for copper and zinc, even when the metal concentrations show a decreasing pattern from SP3 to SP5.
Moving from projects SP1 to SP5, there was a growth in the levels of CS, PE and ASP.
Donations in lieu if so desired to Help for Heroes, Unit 14, Parkers Close, Downtown Business Park Centre, Wiltshire, SP5 3RE.
Cross enlisted with the United States Army on July 1, 1964, served two years over-seas, and was honorably discharged, having attained the rank of SP5 (T), on June 14, 1967.
Shortly after completing this punishment for his AWOL, PVT Brennan was court-martialed the third time for "assaulting a SP5 [Specialist Five/E-5] and disobeying an order." According to a newspaper report in the European edition of Stars and Stripes, PVT Brennan served his sentence for this third court-martial at the stockade located at William O.
Sections were examined with a confocal laser scanning microscope (TCS SP5 II; Leica Microsystems, Heidelberg, Germany) with 63x/1.4 oil immersion lenses.