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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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Computed parameters for squid fishery by using ASPIC software for IP 0.
The results obtained from CEDA and ASPIC in this study were basically consistent among the three surplus production modeling approaches i.
The strength of the aspic jelly has to be correct, no matter what method is used to produce it.
The first, a luncheon salad, pairs individual chutney and apple aspics with cool chicken and fruit.
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.
Yes I do use the phrase in aspic quite regularly because it''s the attitude of the unelected self serving groups that appear to want Huddersfield to remain a backwater.
If it condemns Liverpool to many generations pickled in aspic, unable to invest in the way required of it to compete with its global rivals, then many questions must be asked about whether it is really worth it.
The menu recreated the meal from the night, which was hosted by Cardiff's Chamber of Commerce and the Western Mail, though it has been shrunk slightly from 11 courses to nine, with the ham in aspic being incorporated into the starters and skipping a sorbet course before the main.
Since the foundation of Stoic physics, numerous natural philosophers have argued that the universe is a plenum, that there is no such thing as empty space, that all beings are held in a thick unseen aspic that makes the infinite flow of cause and effect possible.
It would be selfdefeating to attempt to set city centres in aspic and there is no reason why high-rise construction, if handled sensitively, cannot add to the splendour of the Council House, Town Hall and St Philip's Cathedral.
While the larkish presenters play at smug dandies and Jane Austen-style spinsters, redoubtable chef Rosemary Shrager, preserved in aspic from a bygone era of cooks (and a familiar figure from ITV's Ladette To Lady series), rolls up her sleeves in the kitchen to prepare jugged hare, sheeps' tongues and assorted gland horrors.
But the City of Durham Trust said: "At the outset, trustees feel they must refute for the umpteenth time the charge that the trust is against all change, progress, development, or of wanting to preserve the city in aspic as a museum.