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TTLL5

A gene on chromosome 14q24.3 that encodes a polyglutamylase which preferentially modifies alpha-tubulin. TTLL5 is involved in the side-chain initiation step of polyglutamylation, rather than in the elongation step. It enhances NCOA2’s glucocorticoid receptor-mediated repression and induction and its androgen receptor-mediated induction. It is also the retired HUGO symbol for what is now designated TTLL10, see there.
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On payment of stamp duty the bank counter will print the e-stamp paper on especially designed legal size paper.
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who has six mosques in his district, introduced a congressional resolution calling on the Postal Service to honor the Muslim holidays on a stamp.
Wyatt said, that the post office had already approved for this year a stamp to honour the quinquennial (five-yearly) international meeting of Seventh Day Adventists in Toronto in early July.
When John Sununu fell from grace as White House chief-of-staff in 1991, one of the contributing causes was his use of presidential transportation to attend a stamp auction in New York.