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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.

bright

term used to describe wool which is free from discoloration.
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January evenings are famous for displaying the brightest constellation, Orion, and the brightest nighttime star, Sirius.
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Scheduled to take place in Doha from November 4th to 6th, the event is sponsored by the Qatar Foundation and aims to recognise the best and brightest business leaders of tomorrow.
It turns out, almost 80% of women would encourage the brightest person they know to become a teacher but only 70% of men would do the same.
The LG Optimus Black comes equipped with the world's brightest display at 700-nitsA , greatly enhancing visibility under direct sunlight and providing higher levels of true blacks and whites.
To discover how Nescaf captures coffee at its brightest and experience the journey from plant to jar for yourself, head to the giant Nescaf coffee jar which is at the Kingston Park Tesco in Newcastle on Wednesday, October 14, where you'll also have a chance to try a delicious range of Nescaf coffees.
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.
It's a shame, that's all, that so many of the sport's brightest talents don't get to compete during the championship season in the fall.
The new project would select the brightest 10% in each school, regardless of how many pupils met the present criteria.
BE'S editors and researchers pored over dozens of nominations to determine the nation's best and brightest small companies.
It was the brightest day Birmingham had seen for years as people across the city jumped into their brightest clothes for Wear Bright for Sight Day.
worker skill levels and continuing to attract the best and brightest from around the world.