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A transcriptional regulatory protein from Drosophila melanogaster which is required for early embryonic development, especially the longitudinal glia, and which is founding member of a family of DNA binding proteins that interact with DNA through the highly conserved ARID domain—AT-rich interaction domain


kept in an original position when dehiscence or movement to another location is more appropriate.

retained cartilage core
see retained enchondral cartilage cores.
retained corpus luteum
the corpus luteum is not resorbed at the appropriate time in the reproductive cycle and the animal remains anestral.
retained meconium
see meconium ileus.
retained placenta
see retained placenta.
retained testicle
failure of the testicle(s) to migrate out of the peritoneal cavity, through the inguinal ring and into the scrotum before the animal reaches puberty. The retention may be uni- or bilateral.

Patient discussion about retained

Q. hi my name is ray i am from england and i am on oxygen i am a retainer of carbon monxide do you guys know whoa any place working with stem cell or natural medical emial

A. i had a whole course on stem cell use in tissue engineering and from what i know this is an area that still in research and very little clinical use. the ability to create lungs from Mesenchimal Stem Cells is a far away dream right now. but here are some links to labs that research that area:

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The IRS issued deficiency notices to both estates, including the full value of the KPLP assets, on the grounds A and E retained for their lives "the possession or enjoyment of, or the right to the income from, the property" under Sec.
A secret ballot mailed in August to all lawyers residing and practicing in Florida asked respondents whether the incumbent justices and judges should be retained or not, and asked that they consider eight attributes in their ratings.
These captives typically have few, if any, tax benefits, but find efficiencies through better control over the risk management of retained risks and through access to the (sometimes) less expensive reinsurance market.
Audit documentation should be retained until at least five years after the report release date.
For years, retained firefighters have been prevented from having the same pension and sick pay rights as their full-time equivalents.
2036(a) includes in a decedent's gross estate those assets that were transferred during life, but to which the transferor retained significant rights.
The Law Lords upheld the appeal brought by the Fire Brigades Union (FBU) in relation to rights for over 15,000 firefighters working the retained duty system across the UK.
In addition, more than 16,000 jobs will be retained in areas of the City outside Lower Manhattan.
The covered sponge retained much more water than the uncovered sponge.
In theory, retained students were supposed to participate in an enriched, accelerated academic program that would, through additional help and tailor-made interventions, result in a better outcome at the end of the repeated grade or even help the student catch up to his or her classmates.
The horizontal soil loads will shear the lip from the block with only a few feet of soil retained, and the wall will fail.
The reasoning is that because the individual is closest to the e-mail's content, he or she is in the best position to decide if an e-mail should be retained.