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GPKOW

A gene on chromosome Xp11.23 that encodes a G patch domain- and KOW motifs-containing protein of unknown function.
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Synopsys and Teledyne LeCroy have a long history of collaboration through many generations of the PCI Express protocol and have recently completed interoperability testing between our silicon-proven DesignWare[R] IP for PCI Express 5.0 with Teledyne LeCroy's Summit T54 protocol analyzer, said Scott Knowlton, Sr.
The Wales captain equalled the fourth position she achieved in Manchester four years ago in the T54 800m with a time of 1:58.33, 10 seconds behind Canadian gold medallist Chantal Petitclerc.
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ANSWERS: Q1 Long jump; Q2 400m individual medley (swimming); Q3 200m butterfly (swimming); Q4 75Kg middleweight boxing; Q5 Table tennis; Q6 Football (Boro goalkeeper); Q7 Women's 20KM race walk; Q8 Women's double skulls (rowing); Q9 Wheelchair racing T54 400/800/1500m; Q10 Wheelchair basketball.
The 22-year-old avoided a penultimate-lap crash to finish 0.26 seconds behind Canada's Diane Roy in the women's T54 5,000 metres.
But even that could not will her on to one final stunning success in the T54 200m last night.
The Welsh wheelchair racer led the T53m 400 metres final from start to finish and retained her Sydney title in a Paralympic record time of 57.36 seconds and she will compete in the T54 200m final tonight.
Jones (coach Tanni Grey-Thompson) competes in the T54 wheelchair category and swept all before her in 2010, claiming the junior gold medals at the IWAS Championships at no fewer than four events.
In the Olympic Stadium, Stephen Miller smashed the world record by over seven metres to clinch gold in the club throw, while Dave Weir claimed Britain's first track medal of the Games with a bronze in the T54 200m.
The 15-year-old Teessider set up one last outing on the track in Christchurch today, making it out of the T54 400m heats as the first fastest loser and sixth quickest overall.
The 15-year-old Teessider - the youngest member of the 40-strong Aviva GB and NI team - had a busy day to deal with when competing in both the T54 800m and 200m finals.
Manchester Kestrals' Rachel Potter clocked 18.78 seconds to win gold in the T54 Class with Michelle Lewis in silver and Helen Desmond in bronze.