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talin

a PROTEIN found in eukaryotic cells, that binds to ACTIN, INTEGRINS and vinculin (which is itself an actin-binding protein) and provides a connection between actin MICROFILAMENTS of the CYTOSKELETON and the PLASMA MEMBRANE at contacts with the extracellular matrix.
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Talin had half his leg amputated at nine months old after he was born with severe talipes - also known as club foot - which is when the foot appears rotated internally at the ankle.
The initial efforts will begin next year for the Talin 2000 with production and manufacturing of the system components expected by 2016.
Talin has been given an NHS prosthetic leg, but it is large and ill-fitting.
A special chocolate bar has been created in honour of the former world champion from Ballymoney, Co Antrim, who was killed in a practice round in Talin, Latvia, in 2000.
The wounded stranger is brought to The Floating Head tavern, the mercenaries' de facto base, where Talin reveals his purpose: he is an agent of Lady Marabo, a sorceress engaged in a magical conflict with Lord Tharados, robber baron and sorcerer -- and the Lady's former lover.
Tokyo, May 21, 2012 - (JCN) - A consortium of IHI, Korea's CTCI and Sumitomo, with Toshiba's Steam Turbine Generator, has won the Talin coal-fired ultra supercritical thermal power plant (800MW x 2unit) full turnkey project from the Taiwan Power Company (Taipower).
Though she was stubborn (lazy) at times, she became an instant best friend to my 10-year-old son, Talin, and to me.
The reclaimed land will be for building storage of petrochemicals, with CPC Taiwan to store products to be manufactured by the new Talin refinery, near Kaohsiung Harbor, which are under construction.
Right after graduating from the Tbilisi Faculty in 1926, EminE[logical not] Avdal began his pedagogical work in villages in the regions of Aparan and Talin in Georgia.
On Monday, the Minister was in Talin, Estonia, while on Tuesday, he held talks with the Finnish Minister of Finance, Jyrki Katainen, who praised Bulgaria for its low external debt of 15% of GDP compared to 50% for Finland.
Among the topics in this edition are using lipidic advances in imaging secondary ion mass spectrometry for biological samples, electron crystallography as a technique to study the structure of membrane proteins in a lipidic environment, insights from type II diabetes into the interplay of catalysis and toxicity by amyloid intermediates in lipid bilayers, biochemical and structural properties of the integrin-associated cytoskeleton protein talin, bioimage informatics for experimental biology, and determining the structure and dynamics of membrane proteins by magic angle spinning solid-state nuclear magnetic radiation.
We're having our first couple of honeymoon nights in a caravan at the festival, then we head to London before travelling to Talin, in Estonia, for the rest of our honeymoon.