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KIF22

A gene on chromosome 16p11.2 that encodes a microtubule- and DNA-binding, kinesin-like protein involved in spindle formation and chromosome movement during mitosis and meiosis.

keratosis-ichthyosis-deafness syndrome

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KID

A rare genetic disease in which patients are born with calloused skin on the hands and feet, scaly plaques on the arms and face, corneal inflammation, and deafness. The hearing impairment can be treated with cochlear implants.

kid

young goat or roe deer up to about 4 months of age.
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Now, if I stood in front of a classroom full of kids and said, "OK--kids, you're going to need discipline, passion and focus to succeed in life," they'd never buy it.
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