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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.
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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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Fun and festive, the Sugar Kids and Tough Kids shoes collection is available at Children's Shoes Department of The SM Store.
Commenting on one Twitter post Thursday, the senator called the kid as 'sick,' noting the number of kids he had bullied.
YouTube Kids to make it safer and simpler for kids to explore the world through online video - from their favorite shows and music to learning how to build a model volcano (or make slime, and everything in between.
The existing YouTube Kids app may be tuned to display kid-friendly content, but even YouTube has admitted that the app at times fails to filter out inappropriate content.
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"Kids Helping Kids' generous donations of winter coats to EAC Network has been putting smiles on our clients' faces for several years.
Frequency of kidding may be helpful in increasing the total number of kids produced during particular period of year.
Kids' One-on-One Cookery lessons HAVE a one-on-one cookery lesson with our bubbly and creative Kids' Kitchen chef Heather Hood.
Skid-e-Kids founder, Mickel Godwin, hit upon the idea that most parents, who reluctantly allowed their kids to join Facebook, find themselves locked out of their kid's profile.
Poor kids who attend school make 30 to 40 percent more money as adults than those who worked as child laborers.
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.