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A 684-residue mitochondrial protein involved in mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA) metabolism, which may function as an adenine nucleotide-dependent DNA helicase and be a key regulator of mtDNA copy number in mammals. Twinkle is thought to be critical for lifetime maintenance of mtDNA integrity
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Muscat: Amazing 10-year-old talent Shihab Al Habsi burst on the karting scene with twinkling eyes by winning 125 Micro Max category at the UAE Rotax Max Challenge 2013-14 Round 1 race at the Al Ain raceway.
At the same time, we have gone beyond Twinkling Artifact and utilized what we know with some other knowledge about kidney stones to create specific modes for kidney stones," Bailey said.
When my work is done "I shall be gone "But your splendid array of twinkling in the skies "Will be the magical wonder in all men's eyes.
This random refraction makes the star look as though it is moving a bit and our eyes interpret this as twinkling.
The team provided a blank touch screen--after the noisy screen--so patients could outline the twinkling areas with their finger.
Overhead, the stars are twinkling and children are flying
the 50 Indoor Twinkling Clear Lights; 40 Indoor Multicolour Lights;
When blackness finally fell, the millions of twinkling lights that make up the Milky Way were splayed across the night sky.
The shapes of the stars we draw are intended to show that twinkling.
Each Twinkle Toes and Hot Lights bear comes with a virtual twinkling t-shirt and shoes for Guests' online characters.
Surrounded by numerous Other clouds, with no affinity, Floating speechless, seeing and Hearing sounds of other worlds Silent passers-by, the Stars, billions of miles of distance Twinkling toward Earth Yet beyond that twinkling light Other worlds in existence
2) Justin used stars and twinkling lights for the Hollywood-themed event.