AK1

AcronymDefinition
AK1Adenylate Kinase 1
AK1Aviation Storekeeper First Class (Naval Rating)
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To more fully investigate the range of structural variation and better understand the phased diploid genome architecture of AK1, investigators performed de novo assembly for each haplotig representing the assembly of each of the two haplotypes from each homologous chromosome pair.
Patients AK1, CA1, and CA4 completed follow-up interviews about their activities in Alaska.
For example, a Level K4 person may teleologically react from an internalized AK1 in some situations.
Evidence for the assignment of the loci AK1, AK3 and ACONs to chromosome 9 in man.
6 million cu m per day combined capacity of AK1 and AK2 include Ras Laffan Olefins Company (RLOC).
The angles, EJK, JKF, DTL, TLC, BGH, GHC, AED, EDB, AJT, JTG, AK1, KLH and AFC are all straifgt angles and so their measures are all equal to 180 degrees.
The AK1 lamproite orebody (pipe) containing the bearing ore continues at depth and, additionally, Argyle is currently undertaking a US$45 million feasibility study on the underground mining of this resource.
The Roller Press, which will comminute 750-300 t/h of highly abrasive diamandiferous ore, will be incorporated into the existing AK1 process plant situated near the Kununurra villa in Western Australia.
In-terestingly, closely related Japanese mtDNA haplotypes were also found in Alaskan lakes north of Cook Inlet (samples AK1 and AK2 from the Mat-Su Valley), likewise close to a putative refugium.
Siddiqui AK1, Mowafi HA, Al-Ghamdi A, Ismail SA, AbuZeid ha.
asburiae AK1 September 1999 Kansas River (Topeka, KS) E.
19% Individual Supply Rates Advancement Sep 02 Mar 02 Test Passers Advanced Opportunity Opportunity AK1 583 861 4.