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TERC and TERT mutations (5%-10% each of all cases) are found in autosomal dominant and recessive DC and show disease anticipation, such that successive generations not only inherit the genetic lesion but also have shorter telomeres, which may produce an earlier onset of clinical manifestations (8).
The company's Quest Diagnostics Cervical Cancer TERC test is based on the human telomerase RNA component (TERC) gene marker under a nonexclusive patent license from the National Institutes of Health (NIH).
En la Figura 3 se muestra la serie temporal de la estacion TERC de la red CuaTeNeo, la mas cercana al epicentro, donde no se puede apreciar ningun salto co-sismico entre las dos ultimas campanas realizadas antes y despues del terremoto de Lorca.
With our TERC service we can provide webshops with a high data quality, easy to install and zero-maintenance expert reviews solution, which will show immediate results on their ROI", says Engdahl.
The collaborative research team helped the teachers examine the TERC from various perspectives and use it to maximize student learning.
We thank Majid al Mansouri, Secretary General, EAD, for his support and encouragement and Abdulnasser Al Shamsi, Director of EAD's Terrestrial Environment Research Centre, TERC, for his support and help in facilitating this study.
Developed by TERC, an education research and development organization, this program enables students to collect, explore and interact with data in a visual, dynamic inquiry process.
edu, is a researcher and curriculum developer at TERC in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
TERC is a not-for-profit education and research and development organization dedicated to improving mathematics and science learning.
TERC testers also uncovered a pattern of discrimination by KayBee Toy stores in the Washington-Baltimore metropolitan area, after Avis Buchanan, a civil rights attorney had a questionable experience at the store in November 1999.
Both programs were developed under the direction of Chris Hancock, working at a nonprofit organization, TERC, in Cambridge, Mass.
Their link: a computer network called TERC Global Lab.