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RBM14

A gene on chromosome 11q13.2 that encodes a coactivating protein that may function as a nuclear receptor coactivator, enhancing transcription through other coactivators (e.g., NCOA6 and CITED1) or as a transcriptional repressor, depending on the expressed isoform.

sip

(sĭp) [ME. sippen]
1. To take a small quantity of liquid or nourishment into the mouth.
2. A small quantity of liquid, i.e., the amount that can be taken into the mouth with gentle suction.
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There's still quite a way to go from a cider education perspective, "but the good news is we're seeing a tremendous shift," says Sipes. "Now, stores are carrying almost twice the amount of cider options than they did only a few years ago."
In animals pretreated with vitamin A for one day to five weeks prior to carbontetrachloride exposure, Sipes says, "the previously minimal injury has exploded to look like we've given a huge dose of carbon tetrachloride." Vitamin pretreatment did not affect the type of cell affected or region of injury, only the magnitude of damage.
Sipes says the need to take up the issue of crime prevention has become even more important in part because of changes--such as the move to 24-hour stores--that were caused by competitive situations.
"We decided we were going to get more bang for our buck by purchasing new," Sipes says.
After being disappointed with the public schools in the area, the Sipes talked with people in the neighborhood, telling them they needed to start a private school.
Sipes noted that Angry Orchard cider makers taste every batch of juice, blending varieties to achieve the signature flavor.
Send Part Number of cable to NKC schools for review (Eric Sipes)
The five land portions include a center land portion between the first main grooves, two middle land portions between the first main grooves and the second main grooves, and two shoulder land portions located toward the outside of the second main grooves in the tire width direction, and subgrooves and sipes are formed on the land portions.
Our goal is to have the best possible plan with the least impact on property owners, the environment and the communities we serve, said Robert Sipes, general manager of delivery operations for the Western Carolinas.
Tire sipes, the tiny slits within a tire's thread, can improve traction on wet surfaces, but if placed incorrectly, can worsen dry surface driving stability.
Key statement: The pictured blocks have a face which has a plurality of pairs of sipes comprising a left sipe and a right sipe extending in the tire width direction.
Ringtread is said to be the only retreading system that uses precured tread rings with circular shape and without joints that adhere to the casing, with no stress or deformation of the tread pattern, thus ensuring high traction on demanding surfaces, thanks to the greater precision and the directional stability of sipes and blocks, according to the company.