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CRTAC1

A gene on chromosome 10q22 that encodes a cartilage acidic protein 1, which is upregulated by BMP4 in mesenchymal stem cells undergoing chondrogenic differentiation.
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ASPIC (version 5.0) (Prager, 2005): This computer package uses two SPMs viz.
longiceps were analyzed by CEDA and ASPIC. In order to minimize the biasness in the results we used both of them which were developed by fisheries scientists from UK and US.
Therefore, MSY of Bombay duck fishery from Pakistani waters is estimated using catch and effort data using CEDA and ASPIC computer software packages in an attempt to help the fishery managers to manage the fishery in a sustainable manner.
On the basis of the outputs estimated with the ASPIC package appeared higher than the annual landings and seems non-conservative than the parameters estimated with CEDA software.
Some may complain about the downside of that impact, and the views which are no longer with us, but if Liverpool is to be seen as the progressive city which it aspires to be, then it will not be possible to pickle every square metre in some type of heritage-branded aspic. That way lies stagnation and fossilisation.
But things cannot stand still and you cannot put them in aspic.
We do not want a Quarter pickled in aspic with no working jewellery businesses.
Cities need to move and change, they should not be preserved in aspic.
Sago, junket, tapioca, tofu, aspic and semolina are all considered yuk.
Sir David said: "We need to move rural policy beyond sterile debates about preserving the countryside in aspic to ensuring change in the countryside is change for the better.
Another risk facing family businesses is that the family owners seek to set the business in aspic. They can be scared to reinvigorate that very sense of innovation, present in earlier generations, that helped create something of great value.
"Conservation as a planning tool is not about preserving the Park in aspic, it's about looking after a lived-in landscape with regard for those who choose to set up home here, by allowing sensitive development in appropriate places."