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lamin

(lăm′ĭn)
n.
Any of a class of filamentous proteins that form a meshlike layer inside the nuclear membrane of animal cells and have a variety of functions, including providing mechanical support for the nucleus, organizing chromatin, and regulating DNA replication and transcription.

lamin

(lam′ĭn)
A filament, intermediate in size between microtubules and microfilaments, that makes up a part of the cytoskeleton of the nucleus of a cell.
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Lamin B1 levels modulate differentiation into neurons during embryonic corticogenesis.
Meanwhile the Police have detained the deputy governor Nasir Yusuf Gawuna , Commissioner for Local Government, Sule Garo and Chairman of Nasarawa Local Government, Lamin Sani at the state CID over the incident.
Lamin travelled through Senegal and managed to reach Ecuador, where he was granted a visa.
Adam Hames (front) pictured with Lamin Deen and the GB team at Lake Placid.
16, Lamin stayed out all night, not returning until the next morning.
Now the partnership between the banks and the insurance companies is just enabling us to have that penetration increase," said StanChart Kenya CEO Lamin Manjang at a media briefing on Tuesday.Customers will apply for the motor insurance by entering details on the car's year, make and value.
Lamin Yaffa, speaking on behalf of relatives, said: "Sometimes it might be that you feel, 'I'm a foreigner in this country, is it going to be the same thing as a British man?'."
Lamin Yaffa, chairman of the Gambian Islamic Centre, said: "How long will it take to come to a conclusion, to tell the families how loved ones died?
Qatar ambassador to Gambia Faisal bin Fahad al-Mana and Gambian Minister of Agriculture Lamin Dibba, on behalf of the Minister of Finance, signed the agreement.
Ambassador of Qatar to the Gambia HE Faisal bin Fahad al Mana and Gambian Minister of Agriculture Lamin Dibba, on behalf of the minister of finance, signed the agreement at the embassy of Qatar in Banjul.
Lamin Yaffa, the group's chairman, defended the application which is asking permission to convert a former solicitor's office into a place of worship, which could accommodate 250 people.