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SAV1

A gene on chromosome 14q13-q23 that encodes a key regulator of the Hippo signalling pathway. SAV1 plays a pivotal role in controlling organ size during embryogenesis and tumour suppression by restricting proliferation and promoting apoptosis, resulting in cell cycle exit and terminal differentiation in developing epithelial tissues. It is ubiquitously expressed in adult tissues, especially in the pancreas, aorta and interventricular septum.
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Sigfrido Reyes, President of PROESA said: "More than 50 companies from all around the world have already established a home for their operations in El Salvador.
The United States established diplomatic relations with El Salvador in 1863 following its independence from Spain and the later dissolution of a federation of Central American states.
Salvador del Mundo, frente a Super Selectos, San Salvador, El Salvador.
But the married father of four from Valencia remains dedicated to the people of rural El Salvador, asking on a Web log that people pray for the people of Abelines, the poverty-stricken town near where he was shot.
In 1985, while working in El Salvador, I prayed at the lonely place where they were killed.
San Lorenzo was not only filled with patrons from El Salvador, but from many other Central and South American communities.
Collaboratively written especially for herpetologists and other professionals in the field by the team of Gunther Kohler, Milan Vesely and Eli Greenbaum, The Amphibians And Reptiles Of El Salvador covers 130 species representing 88 genera and 30 families.
In six years, the company opened six hotels and one Pousada--a branded luxury inn--in cities such as Angra dos Reis, Natal, Salvador, Silo Paulo and Curitiba.
Now no one in the Bush Administration is likely to own up to condoning death squad activity, but the Salvador Option has been on the table for quite a while.
Soldiers from El Salvador understand its value, and their participation in International Military Education and Training (IMET) programs is making a difference.