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NOD

Nucleotide-binding oligomerization domain proteins.
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A third of the people questioned in a new survey admitted thinking about work or their children when they nodded off.
A businessman involved in a licensing battle over a takeaway claims a councillor nodded off during his case.
The survey by motoring experts Confused revealed that 12 per cent of British drivers admit to having nodded off at the wheel, 17 per cent of them in the last month.
You nodded off in the middle of the first half and woke up at 3 a.
The same year, ex-US president Bill Clinton found the excitement of NATO's 50th anniversary gathering too much and nodded off.
Searcy, 31, was driving home that afternoon from class at College of the Canyons when she nodded off at the wheel from a hypoglycemic condition as she turned from McBean Parkway onto Orchard Village Road.
A Church-goer who nodded off at a Christmas Eve service was forgotten and left to "sleep in heavenly peace" - until Christmas morning.
A quarter of those quizzed had nodded off on public transport, one in five in the cinema .
Lawyers said Judge Gabriel Hutton, 69, nodded off twice while Chris Austin, defending, made his final speech to the jury.
In the 12 games that followed the fateful first two weekends of '97, UCLA, indeed, hasn't nodded off once.
Lawyers said Judge Gabriel Hutton nodded off twice while defence barrister Chris Austin was making his final speech to the jury.
In the book, he also suggests ways office workers can appear busy but sleep in their cubicles: Wear neck braces that keep the head up while dozing and dark glasses that hide if you've nodded off.