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FUT4

A gene on chromosome 11q21 that encodes an enzyme that transfers fucose to N-acetyllactosamine polysaccharides to generate fucosylated carbohydrate, catalyzing the synthesis of the non-sialylated antigen Lewis x/CD15.
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Therefore, the punishment, however different in kind, rarely should be less than that which the lex talionis exacted although it may be more, since the social harm may well exceed the harm suffered by the individual.
Nueva Ecija chief prosecutor and former Lex Talionis chairman Danilo Yang is the incumbent president of the Prosecutors' League of the Philippines.
For more information on leasing at The Lex, please contact: 859-368-0177, TheLex@PeakCampus.
After training at Guildhall, it looked like Lex had made the big time too in 2004 when he was cast as John Tracy in the Thunderbirds film.
Lex then landed the part of John Tracy in the Thunderbirds movie, which led to him spending about six weeks in Los Angeles doing the Hollywood rounds.
Biolex' proprietary LEX System(TM) has demonstrated speed, regulatory and economic benefits with hard-to-make proteins and monoclonal antibodies.
Other services provided under the Lex brand include fleet management, contract hire, maintenance and parts support services.
They will be serviced and maintained by Lex and supported by its national network of dealers and services, which make up Lex Accident Management.
Some thought the Cendant offer was too low, but Lex looks set to triumph.
Since the first Lex report was published in 1988, the number of cars on the road has risen by five million to 26 million and the average driver now does 10,300 miles a year, compared with 9700 10 years ago.
A pudgy-faced adolescent whose voice barely has begun to change, Lex plays the trombone, has a talent for drawing and is the baby in a single-parent Scottish family crammed into a tiny flat on the outskirts of Glasgow.
In the course of his discussion of Newton's theory of inertia, Cohen commented, "I do not know who first wrote of a 'law of motion,' a lex motus, but I believe that no one before ever held that such laws are axioms.