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Bright

(brīt),
Richard, English internist and pathologist, 1789-1858. See: Bright disease.

ARID1B

A gene on chromosome 6q25.3 that encodes an AT-rich interactive domain-containing protein, which is highly expressed in the heart, skeletal muscle and kidneys. ARID1B is involved in transcriptional activation and repression of select genes by chromatin remodelling (by altering DNA-nucleosome topology). It belongs to the neural progenitors-specific chromatin remodelling (npBAF) and the neuron-specific chromatin remodelling (nBAF) complexes, which are involved in switching developing neurons from stem/progenitors to post-mitotic chromatin remodelling as they exit the cell cycle and become committed to their adult state.
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At magnitude 1.5, Epsilon ([epsilon]) Canis Majoris, more commonly known as Adhara, is the brightest of all 2nd-magnitude stars.
Special event: For the first three days of March, you can see the six brightest objects of the night sky above the horizon at once.
If we can get the brightest boys here we can give them a life-changing opportunity, and that opportunity will help not only them, but this city." There are currently 35 Year 7 boys on an assisted place, and other pupils on the scheme include Year 11 student and talented violinist Roberto Ruisi, who earlier this term became the youngest ever leader of the National Youth Orchestra.
But also some of our brightest and best will actually go into industries where we make real things that can be sold around the world and which will help Britain pay their way.
Kuhl, who was featured in Building Stone Magazine's Best and Brightest Landscape Architects in 2001, co-manages the New York practice with Tim Delorm, EDAW's Eastern Region Director and former managing principal of the Montclair, NJ office.
* Technology-driven careers and majors are stealing away the best and brightest.
Promoted as a "younger sibling" to Halberstam's brilliant The Best and the Brightest about the Americans who shaped the Vietnam War, War in a Time of Peace tells the story of military policy during the Clinton years.
"Some of the best and brightest people in my whole corporation do tax work," O'Neill said.
In a blooming economy with the lowest unemployment figures in years, businesses of all sizes must devise innovative ways to attract and retain the best and brightest employees
HOME Office Minister Mike O'Brien has admitted his department is racist and is losing its best and brightest ethnic minority people.
Astronomers get their first close look at what may be the brightest star in the galaxy.