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CARD18

A gene on chromosome 11q22.3 that encodes a protein which is upregulated in response to TNF and bacterial lipopolysaccharides, and which downregulates IL1B release by interacting with caspase-1, inhibiting its association with RIPK2.
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The really show just how large the iceberg is, and how far it's traveled from the ice shelf it originally broke off of.
The former scale with the surface area of the iceberg sidewall, whereas the latter scale with the iceberg volume.
The photos of Deimos reveal another thing - a smaller iceberg has separated from the big one in a process called.
We will continue to monitor both the impact of this calving event on the Larsen C Ice Shelf, and the fate of this huge iceberg.
In 2009, more than 150 passengers and crew were evacuated after the MTV Explorer sank after striking an iceberg off the Antarctic peninsula.
Our simulator predicts that it will take up to one year [to tow an iceberg to UAE].
The Iceberg is classic Carlin-type oxidized gold deposit extending along a 3,000-meter structural corridor of gold mineralization with an established exploration target of 90-110 million tonnes of 0.
Prof Bigg said: "We have a computer model for calculating the paths of icebergs in any given year.
Despite their beauty, icebergs can be dangerous when they roll over.
For example, in the relatively long history of moving icebergs via sailboat, tugboat, or ocean current, one of the more recent episodes, though it stretches back to the early 1970s, revolves around the figure of Georges Mougin, a French engineer and the technical director of Iceberg Transport International (ITI).
Brunt said that the iceberg, named B-31, is about 255 square miles, roughly six times as big as Manhattan and as much as 1,600 feet thick.