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STK39

A gene on chromosome 2q24.3 that encodes a serine/threonine protein kinase thought to mediate stress-activated signals. It is primarily expressed in the brain and pancreas.
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Spak ([TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] 1964) mano, kad salia terminologinio minimumo turi buti bendruju mokslu ir buitines tematikos zodziu, nes tokia zodziu sudetis geriau padeda verciant teksta.
(19) The Nicodemus account, moreover, turns on the famous Tollite portas verse from Psalm 23 [AV 24]: "Lift up your heads, O ye gates; and be ye lift up, ye everlasting doors; and the King of Glory shall come in." (20) The command is spoken with a "hideous" voice like thunder ("A voice spak ban full hydusly, / Als it war thonours blast"), before finally "Ihesus strake so fast, / be yhates in sonder yhede / And Iren bandes all brast." (21)
Saquib, R., Randall, H., Chandrakrantan, A., Spak, C.W., & Barri, Y.M.
(4.) Rubin AD, Wodchis WP, Spak C, Kileny PR, Hogikyan ND.
Disaster is not enough," one captain, Ali Spak, whose boat was part of a maritime lifeline between Misrata and Benghazi, told reporters.
Submitted by Melanie Spak of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, Earl G.
Spak; "Alcohol Use and Patterns of Delinquent Behaviour in Male and Female Adolescents," by Jenny M.
"We believe this playbook should eventually drive improved European profitability," Spak said.
In the meantime, here's a sneak preview - from "e Gospel o Luke, Chaptir 8 verse 4": "An fan a muckle crood gaithert, comin oot fae aa e toons roon aboot, he spak till them in a parable: 'A fairmer gaed oot tae shaav his seed.
"It's funny what's hiding in plain sight," Jordan Spak, a 32-year-old television marketer told the Journal.
The matching scenes are accompanied by the signal words Biforn and afterward, and the latter is introduced by thus spak that oon (882) heard as "that to oon," punned as -that two-one," perhaps indicating the existence of an opposite complement.
(18) While the prefect's words revealed his foolishness, because "Thou seydest no word syn thou spak to me / That I ne knew therwith thy nycetee" (494-95), her "wordes" were so powerful that he "weex wroth" (512-13).