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A neurogenic Drosophila gene of the major intrinsic protein family, which has cell adhesive functions that may be important for Drosophila neurogenesis. It is essential for proper differentiation of ectoderm; it acts synergistically with neurogenic locus proteins Notch and Delta during the separation of neural and epidermal cell lineages in response to the lateral inhibition signal; it has voltage-insensitive monovalent cation channel. Ion transport in big brain is blocked by divalent cations

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the ruff or longer hair around the chest area in some breeds of cats.
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Made from lightweight, water repellent materials, the bib fits snugly around the baby's wrists, neck and legs and offers full coverage against mess.
Wow, 'Super Gifts,' FIRST you give us the wonderful 'Future Doctor Jewish Baby Bib,' and now this even more awesome 'Future Lawyer - Jewish Baby Bib.
The bibs bear the words Made In Scotland but were manufactured in China.
Dixon and Saint James began working together to create the Synthia Saint James Collection of blankets and bibs.
But she was furious when she was able to buy one of the bibs at the same store four days ago.
The advantage of bibs is that they trap more air and keep your midsection warm, making it easier for your entire body to remain comfortable in cold temps.
Instead, the auxiliary orders the bibs through a private manufacturer, and volunteers place each one in a clear bag marked with red candy canes.
With our new bibs, Joe's is offering guests an entertaining way to take a break from the heat with cool summer prizes.
com)-- New company Baby Joy Time has developed a stylish line of unisex baby bandana drool bibs to help all parents endure the dreaded teething phase.
WSGI%s president and CEO, Glenn Estrella, said the contract reflects the army%s continued use of and training on BiBs systems.
The 41-year-old entrepreneur launched her company, Beauty and the Bib, which produces designer bibs for babies, by renting a stall in London's Greenwich Market.