FOXN1

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FOXN1

A gene on chromosome 17q11-q12 that encodes a member of the forkhead family of transcription factors, which is thought to regulate keratinisation.

Molecular pathology
FOXN1 mutations are linked to T-cell immunodeficiency and thymic carcinoma, congenital alopecia, and nail dystrophy.
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Ed received a plaque for helping break their first hit “My Home's In Alabama” and sales from WHN airplay helped “Feels So Right,” “Love in The First Degree” and “Take Me Down” cross over to Top 40 radio in New York.
If there were even minor changes in [licensing community] behavior, we might have been able to keep it alive," says Fried of the WHN Exchange portion of the business.
As to the legal action it had taken against WHN, why, as Thayer explained the matter, WHN should have been grateful: "For an initial suit we decided to select a near-by station so as to minimize the costs to both parties.
WHN also manages the online stores for stars including singer Alanis Morissette and boxer Evander Holyfield, and it ventured into sports entertainment with e-stores for the National Football League and the National Thoroughbred Racing Assn.
What we're really doing is helping to fill out the product mix," says WHN President Robert Hollander.
The WHN job led to a promotional position at Viacom's pay TV network the Movie Channel.