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NLRC4

A gene on chromosome 2p22-p21 that encodes a protein which self-associates, binds to ASC, pro-caspase-1, NOD2, BCL10 and NALP1 by CARD-CARD interaction, and promotes apotosis.
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But despite the strong interest in the clan from around the world in the past 20 years, locals have failed to rally.
Since joining back in the summer of 2015, Gary has played 39 EIHL games for the Clan.
In the center circle of the village, this team did not understand why the members of the clan there prefer to exercise their muscles when preparing their favourite meal.
Anyone interested in the gathering or the Clan can contact 01665 510202 or 07985 073463.
Major Arvin Encinas, public affairs officer of the Army's 6th Infantry Division, said the 34th IB will do its best to prevent a repeat of the gunfights between the Macalimbol and the Duluan clans. He said the 34th IB will not hesitate to use force against them if the conflict would spill over to populated areas in Midsayap.
class="MsoNormalIn his first term, Mr Roba faced difficulties in dealing with rogue staff who enjoyed protection from clan elders who had recommended their appointments.
However, he pointed out that the CISST was rejected by the Clan Jetty residents and visitors.
Somalia has no minorities; the current so-called minorities were created by the clan system, which defined certain clans as a minority, while other clans claimed to be the majority.
It is inhabited by Kharal, Arain, Jhakhar, Baloch and Joiya clans in huge number.
It will be impossible to establish family or clan rule in the open society.
Farmer Iain, of Calrossie, near Tain in Easter Ross, was just 29 when he was chosen to become commander-in-chief of Clan MacGillivray, making him one of the youngest chiefs of modern times.