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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.
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The problem with the bully kid, Ejercito said, is that the parents had either 'tolerated the attitude or simply failed to inculcate correct values and behavior.'
Birth weight: The total kids born were 23 and 42 in number by two kid crops of annual and three kid crops of accelerated system respectively.
[ClickPress, Mon Mar 28 2011] Jumping right into 2011 with both feet, Skid-e-Kids Networks (http://www.skid-e-kids.com) has emerged as the Facebook and MySpace social networking alternative for kids, ages 6 to 14.
Today we offer a number of programs that inspire kids to develop a deeper relationship with the arts, including a comprehensive education program, an online musical community and now a 13-episode television series on PBS in addition to our NPR radio series that is among the most popular weekly shows on the air.
When staff notice this kid is hurting, they don't necessarily have to jump in immediately, but can build the social worth of this child by giving him or her their attention at another time.
I looked at those guys, they were all standing together in the back of the church, and tried to figure out which one could be the guy who had been the kid brother in the Hurtgen Forest that day, but I couldn't tell.
There's no doubt I learned a lot from him: How he dealt with kids, how he motivated them, the little things he did with drills to get the kids to raise their level.
For kids ages 7-13 (counselors in training, or CITs, 14-18), Fees: $495 (financial assistance available).
Both students and teachers assured me that this exercise in tough love was nothing out of the ordinary at Hyde; several kids said that they had been on the receiving end of it themselves, to their lasting benefit.
They'll learn a lot from these kids, who run their own businesses, live up to their responsibilities, and aren't afraid to reach for and grab their own dreams.
The postwar American kid's cultural imprinting is Entertainment first, and Art (if at all; we are not Europeans) second.