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MUTATION, French law. This term is synonymous with change, and is particularly applied to designate the change which takes place in the property of a thing in its transmission from one person to another; permutation therefore happens when, the owner of the thing sells, exchanges or gives it. It is nearly synonymous with transfer. (q.v.) Merl. Repert. h.t.

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Summary: Mumbai (Maharashtra) [India] August 13 (ANI/BusinessWire India): For World Elephant Day 2019, Forevermark, the diamond brand from De Beers Group, is excited to unveil a compelling six-part short film series revealing the epic journey of one of the world's keystone species as they embark on one of the largest and longest translocations ever undertaken in South Africa.
Therefore, the behaviour of released animals can be expediently understood and be used as indicators to assess the status of organisms, and in turn evaluate and guide translocation programs (Berger-Tal et al.
In this paper, the clinical cytogenetic and molecular cytogenetic findings in a patient with a balanced reciprocal translocation was reported involving chromosomes 11 and 13 identified by a simple silver staining technique.
The genetic mechanism by which ES is caused, is the inheritance of one normal chromosome 22 from each parent, as well as the der(22) from the parent which is the carrier of the translocation, most commonly the mother (1).
Under the revised guidelines, KWS acting Director General Charles Musyoki said, 'If the immobilisation is for translocation purposes, adequate planning is critical, including lon- term commitment to protect, monitor and manage the translocated animals.'
For instance, former board chairman Richard Leakey told National Assembly's Environment and Natural Resources Committee that Tourism Cabinet Secretary Najib Balala, Wildlife Principal Secretary Margaret Mwakema and former KWS acting Director-General Julius Kimani forced the translocation of the rhinos despite resistance from board members owing to salinity levels of the water from the boreholes in Tsavo.
GLUT4 translocation in the adult rat soleus muscles of the normal and experimental groups was studied using the immunofluorescence technique.
These hydrolytic modes regulate deubiquitylation, translocation initiation, and processive unfolding of substrates, respectively.
Updated, longer-term follow-up data from the interim analysis presented TODAY at ESMO (data cut as of July 24, 2018) show that in patients with advanced/metastatic or surgically unresectable iCCA with FGFR2 translocations treated with pemigatinib who had at least eight months of follow up (Cohort A, n=47), the combined overall response rate was 40%, including 19 (40%) patients with confirmed partial responses and 21 (45%) patients with stable disease.
Both Heath and Rotich accused the WWF of "pushing hard" for the translocation. Their anger was echoed last week by prominent conservationist and former KWS chair Richard Leakey, who in a parliamentary submission slammed the WWF for "interference."
The testing algorithm developed by the MD Anderson trial for Ph-like B-ALL involves screening all newly diagnosed or relapsed B-ALL patients for CRLF2 expression by flow cytometry; BCR-ABL1 translocation by FISH/PCR; and for gene copy number analysis by MLPA/SNP microarray.
One of the structural chromosomopathies is the Robertsonian translocation, defined as the fusion of two non-homologous acrocentric chromosomes (1,2,3).