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SPINK1

A gene on chromosome 5q32 that encodes a trypsin inhibitor secreted from pancreatic acinar cells into pancreatic juice. SPINK1 is thought to prevent trypsin-catalysed premature activation of zymogens within the pancreas and the pancreatic duct.

Molecular pathology
SPINK1 mutations are associated with hereditary pancreatitis and tropical calcific pancreatitis.
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In teaching mathematics, Tati and Dila used a multimodal approach, which includes various kinds of languages.
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Jour de f\'eate, Tati's first feature film, had its premiere at the Venice International Film Festival in 1949.
Despite the Bonaventure Hotel is rather the mutation of logic embedded in modernist architecture, scenography constructed by Tati functions in the same way.
Tati emphasizes this jarring separation of us from humans who once warmly and personally met eye-to-eye with the next cut--to a startlingly Kubrick-like shot of a long, long corridor, pillars on both sides, ending at a distant, lightbox-ish square that itself seems like a far, far, faraway screen.
The ability to extend the security model allowed TATI to easily integrate ActiveReports Server with their applications.
The Tati brand was created in 1948 in Paris by Jules Ouaki.
BEIRUT: Jacques Tati (1907-1982) occupies an unusual place in the hearts and minds of cinema-lovers, within his native France and without.
Her 11-year-old sister, Tati, said she was shocked and a little nervous the day Precious came home from the hospital.
Lukasz Reszpondek, 29, of Bradley Road, Wrexham, was found guilty last November at Mold Crown Court of murdering 41-year-old Ermatati Rodgers - known as Tati.
Beginning this month and till February 2011, we will pay tribute to the genius of Jacques Tati, who, with 6 movies, made a unique contribution to the history of comic cinema.
My viewing patterns of Jacques Tati - France's greatest comedy filmmaker - have been tightly structured over the past decade.