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FLN

Front de Liberation Nationale, an Algerian nationalist political and military movement 1954–62.
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Similarly, the company intends to spur growth in the lagging North America Beverages (NAB) segment, the company's largest division by revenue (it lags FLNA in profit).
The genetic examination was done and the result showed mutation in the 22nd exon of gene FLNA (variant c.3956C) in heterozygous (what indicates the MNS).
Our microarray data revealed that PMNs express a number of cell surface receptors for the recognition of iRBCs, including protein G receptors (P2RY4, GPR88, MRGPRG, FFAR3, HCAR1, and MRGPRF), adhesion receptors (VIT, CD69), sialic acid (SIGLEC12), Fc receptors (FCGR1a, FCRL1), FLNA, and IL-15RA.
Turner joined PepsiCo almost two years ago, and is currently responsible for FLNA's Go-To-Market (GTM) organization in addition to leading the sector's transformation initiatives.
Terminal osseous dysplasia is caused by a single recurrent mutation in the FLNA gene.
recently announced the departure of Tom Greco, chief executive officer of Frito-Lay North America (FLNA), and a series of senior executive changes that will expand the responsibilities of key leaders and support continued growth.
[1, 2, 3] Periventricular heterotopia - mutation in FLNA gene on Xq28 were found on 100% of families with X linked bilateral periventricular nodular heterotopia and 26% of sporadic cases with coagulopathy and cardiovascular malformation may be associated.
Com a mesma delicadeza e habilidade com que agenciam seus flos, tecendo tramas de uma colcha flna de tecido, elas fazem uma torcao sobre a propria condicao do trabalho domestico feminino, o "ser prendado", e criam juntas suas rodas de fiacao, tecelagem, bordados ...
Using 50kb flanking regions in the analysis of EAs, the top-ranked (#1) risk pathway was the 'cell-extracellular matrix interactions' pathway (RSU1, LIMS1, LIMS2, ARHGEF6, FERMT2, ACTN1, BLIM1, FLNC, ITGB1, PXN, FLNA, VASP, ILK, TESK1, PARVB, and PARVA) (p < 2.0E-4).