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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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"We are honoured to contribute to the nation's advanced tech field, and with the expert skills of Lex Group and the strengths of Karm Legal, together, we are confident of providing our clients with cutting edge counsel in all areas -- particularly in tech-related issues," she added.
"From daily cwtches to loving looks - you can say Lex has got it all."
A 2013 inquest was told that Lex suffered "chronic injuries" after falling in full gear on the boat.
Lex said: "I am truly delighted to have joined the FXTM family.
Asked if viewers will ever see an adult Lex on the show, former executive producer Andrew Kreisberg told (http://ew.com/tv/2017/02/27/supergirl-spoilers-kreisberg/) Entertainment Weekly in February last year that such decision is above his pay grade.
Jeffrey Gargano, a partner at McDermott Will & Emery, said, "Lex Machina's analytics and use of box-plots to understand trends and the historical timing of significant case events (e.g., claim construction, summary judgment) is extremely useful in proposing realistic case schedules within the 30-month regulatory time frame.
Lex Autolease was created in 2009 following the merger of HBOS-owned Lex Vehicle Leasing with Lloyds TSB Autolease.
Lex Autolease, which is owned by Lloyds Bank, con-firmed the closure of the Coventry site along with another CarSelect outlet in Oldbury and in total 98 jobs are at risk - 53 of them in Coventry.
Lex Connect founder, Jerome Raguin, has joined Yerra Solutions as the global chief operating officer.
The acquisition will allow Lex Machina to access to LexisNexis' deep data stores of content, enhancing the platform, says Errick, and he points to LexisNexis' CourtLink as something that will provide "a deep and comprehensive resource for Lex Machina technology to analyze--offering users an unprecedented view of the information and trends they need to make critical decisions about a case." In addition, Lex Machina's acquisition gives LexisNexis an opportunity to integrate legal analytics into its flagship legal research solution, Lexis Advance.
This is the way how the so-called lex mercatoria is being formed at present in a number of spheres such as trade, insurance and interbank payment transfers.