PCSK4

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PCSK4

A gene on chromosome 19p13.3 that encodes a peptidase S8 family convertase involved in processing pairs of basic amino acid residues located on prohormones and other protein precursors, thus playing a role in transcriptional coactivation. PCSK4 is found in the placenta—primarily in the cytotrophoblast layer of trophoblast cells during the first trimester of pregnancy, and in the syncytiotrophoblast and stroma cells during the third trimester—and may also help stabilise the multiprotein transcription complex.
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Altium Limited has released its TASKING C compiler solution for automotive application development, supporting the Power Architecture based microcontrollers from the Freescale Qorivva/5xxx series and STMicroelectronics SPC5 series.
437 Table 4: Number of firms trading on RTS during 1998-2006 subdivided by principal owners 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 State ownership/co-ownership Traditional state 64 74 71 69 65 SPC5 6 9 17 20 20 Non-state multi-ownership Domestic firm/financial 15 41 53 54 63 institution Foreign firm/financial 14 27 21 19 27 institution Individual 3 8 7 9 8 Regional government 8 11 11 11 10 2003 2004 2005 2006 State ownership/co-ownership Traditional state 59 63 80 82 SPC5 29 25 26 45 Non-state multi-ownership Domestic firm/financial 74 73 70 72 institution Foreign firm/financial 24 25 27 34 institution Individual 8 3 8 9 Regional government 7 4 3 3 Table 5: The effect of SPCS and other explanatory variables on firms' Tobin s Q Variable 1 (RE) 2 (RE) Size 0.