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A gene on chromosome 10q22.1 that encodes a protein involved in transport from the endoplasmic reticulum to the Golgi apparatus. SAR1A is required to maintain SEC16A localisation at discrete locations on the ER membrane. SAR1A-GTP-dependent assembly of SEC16A on the ER membrane forms an organised scaffold that defines endoplasmic reticulum exit sites (ERES).

sara (sä·r),

n in Ayurveda, the quality or “essence” in development and functioning of each tissue (dhatu); differs from individual to individual. The quality of the tissues is directly related to the quality of ingested foods and the efficiency of digestion.
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As police investigate Crystal's murder, Sarah wonders if she can even trust her own memory of that night.
Sarah Harding threatens to quit Celebrity Big Brother in emotional Diary Room confession following bitter row with Jemma Lucy
Sarah, from Belfast, says: "The consultant banged her files on the desk and said, 'I'm not going to prison for anyone'.
We are going to visit Mama Sarah next week to find out how she is coping with news of her grandson's exit from the White House," Alego Usonga Deputy County Commissioner Joseph Sawe told the news outlet.
uk/shavers/ Sarah said "I want to raise PS500 towards Macmillan Cancer Support.
Estate agent Sarah promised Lee she'd diet, but as she settled into married life with two children she put more on - comfort eating when stressed.
The day she married ex Lee Hart in 2000 turned out a nightmare as the then 22-STONE Sarah had a joint ceremony with sister Amanda - a size eight.
Sarah was such a fun-loving girl, and she was really kind," she said.
After being diagnosed with kidney failure in 1987 - the year City won the FA Cup - Sarah was placed on dialysis for three years while waiting for a transplant.
people passionate " Sarah, who was a trainee surgeon at Kirkcaldy's Victoriaabout Hospital, had been driving to her parents' home in Loanhead, near Edinburgh, on a Thursday evening to take them out for dinner.
Health centre manager Sarah, 47, is gearing up to take on the Marathon des Sables - a gruelling 156-mile "ultra marathon" across the Moroccan desert in April.