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Puma

(pū'mah),
[MIM*605854] a critical mediator protein involved in apoptosis induced by tumor suppressor p53 and drugs. The gene is called Puma as an acronymic construction of p53-upregulated modulator of apoptosis.
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Additional Catamount features include exclusive Smart Head Technology to reduce tool swim and increase performance, a redesigned body housing providing better durability and tool life, and HammerHead's original Clamped Rear Anvil that provides 200 percent more clamp load, the most secure assembly available.
Catamount then contested a competitive seven-furlong maiden in Roscommon.
IT outsourcing governance specialist Blazent announced on Thursday it has secured an additional USD10m in funding from HighBAR Ventures, KeyNote Ventures, Walden Venture Capital and Catamount Ventures.
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NECA member Catamount Electric and Alarm of Pittsfield handled electrical construction, which was handled by a field crew of between two and five electricians from Local 490.
The units being reconstituted--2d Battalion, 87th Infantry Regiment (Task Force Catamount), from Fort Drum, New York, and 2d Battalion, 4th Infantry Brigade (Task Force Warrior), from Fort Polk, Louisiana--made up the combined arms team that had been engaged in combat operations fighting Taliban remnants in eastern and southern Afghanistan.
In advocating for Vermont's new Catamount Health plan, VtPHA members, operating with limited resources and no infrastructure to speak of, "wore the hats of our day jobs," said Deborah Dameron, MSPH, vice president of cancer control for Vermont for the American Cancer Society.
On a cold winter day, a group of youths and counselors were hiking Catamount Mountain.