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Fas:

see FèsFès
or Fez
, Arab. Fas, city (1994 pop. 772,028), N central Morocco. In a rich agricultural region, it is connected by rail to Casablanca, Tangier, and Algeria. The city is noted for its Muslim art and its handicraft industries.
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, Morocco.

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Frankenstein Cross Assemblers. A reconfigurable assembler package, especially suited for 8-bit processors, consisting of a base assembler module and a yacc parser, for each microprocessor, to handle mnemonics and addressing. Second party parser modules available from many sites.

Base assembler and yacc parser modules by Mark Zenier. FTP: ftp.njit.edu/pub/msdos/frankasm/frankasm.zoo.

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FAS. A general purpose language sponsored by the Finnish government in the 70's and 80's.
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FAS=cell surface fas receptor also known as CD95L, FADD=FAS-associated death domain, TNF=tumour necrosis factor, Bcl=B cell lymphoma, tBID=truncated form of BID, cFLIP=cellular flice like inhibitory protein, Smac=second mitochondria-derived activator of caspases, Diablo=homolog mitochondrial protein, IAPs=inhibitor of apoptosis proteins.
Having shown selective binding for misfolded Fas receptor protein expressed on a number of tumor types, the company said it will now take a number of candidate antibodies into the next phase of development in an effort to evaluate their ability to effectively kill tumors in a number of cell based assays.
You need a special arrangement of Fas receptors to trigger opening of the Fas death domain, and only then do you get activation.
in association with increased Fas receptor expression.
Rehovot, Israel) has patented proteins capable of modulating or mediating the FAS receptor ligand or TNF effect on cells carrying FAS receptor or p55 receptor by binding or interacting with MORT-1 protein, which in turn binds to the intracellular domain of the FAS receptor or to another protein TRADD which binds to the p55 receptor.
Fas receptor (CD95/APO-1) is a transmembrane protein that triggers apoptosis when stimulated with Fas ligand (FasL; CD95L).