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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.
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keratosis-ichthyosis-deafness syndrome



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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Following Kidder's death, Reeve's foundation paid tribute on Instagram.
Until 2017, Kidder appeared in many small films and television shows, which included RL Stine's "The Haunting Hour." In 2015, she received a Daytime Emmy Award for outstanding performer in a children's series.
The Reeve Foundation, which funds research into such injuries, said it was saddened by Kidder's death, adding, "Fly high, our friend, shine bright."
Both Kidder and Reeve, who played Superman, were relative unknowns when they got their leading parts, and neither saw many major roles afterward.
The post Superman' actress Margot Kidder dead at age 69 -- Montana funeral home appeared first on Cyprus Mail .
Kidder's highly readable account is as mesmerizing as the generous genius he depicts.
Demand from the technology industry led to Seattle's healthy office performance, said Kidder Mathews Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Jeffrey Lyon.
Tokyo, July 28, 2014 - (ACN Newswire) - American Chamber of Commerce in Japan (ACCJ) Executive Director Samuel Kidder today announced that he will retire from the ACCJ at the end of 2014.
Theologian and native German-speaker Annemarie Kidder provides a clear, readable, and appropriately colloquial translation of a late-career essay that German theologian Karl Rahner (1904-1984) had written to accompany a pictorial on Ignatius of Loyola (Ignatius von Loyola, [1978]).
"Kneel before Zod!" Terence Stamp oozed style as the villain from the Phantom Zone and this was one of the great sequels, even if the romance with Lois Lane (Margot Kidder) was always going to get in the way of the action a bit.
Kidder, who describes himself as a 'serial entrepreneur,' compiles 'startup playbooks' of core ideologies, beliefs, tools, and methods from 41 successful entrepreneurs who founded businesses such as Zipcar, AOL, Honest Tea, Paypal, and LinkedIn.