DAMHA

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DAMHADurham Aged Mineworkers' Homes Association (UK)
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Established in 1898, DAMHA is the largest almshouse charity in the country, with over 1,700 homes for residents over 50 across the NE region, many of whom have mobility problems.
Damha, "Mapping the affinity landscape of Thrombm-bmdmg aptamers on 2/F-ANA/DNA chimeric G-Quadruplex microarrays," Nucleic Acids Research, p.
DAMHA has an excellent reputation in County Durham for providing housing for some of our older citizens and this looks a first class addition."
Paul Mullis, Chief Executive of DAMHA, said: "We are flattered and delighted to have been approached to help with the project and it will be fantastic to see some of our properties replicated at the museum.
Damha, "G-Quadruplex Induced Stabilization by 2'-deoxy-2'-fluoro-D-arabinonucleic Acids (2'F-ANA)," Nucleic Acids Research 35, no.
Because Damha has farms all over Brazil, the company's veterinarians noticed different growth patterns among its herds, depending mostly on season and geography.
The event was attended by representatives of the DAMHA, local residents as well as Harton ward members, Couns Neil Maxwell, Pat Hay and Rob Dix who, through the East Shields and Whitburn Community Area Forum, helped to secure PS785 towards the cost of the stone.
Lepidoptera larvae were collected in Matao (Fazenda Cambuhy) and Sao Carlos (Fazenda Canchim, EMBRAPA and Parque Eco-Esportivo Damha) municipalities, state of Sao Paulo, Brazil, on Croton floribundus Spreng (Euphorbiaceae).
Damha from McGill University presented a new gene silencing approach involving the design of an oligonucleotide (ON), which, when delivered into the cell, binds to cellular RNA, thus forming an ON:RNA duplex.
Pat Howard was the overwhelming choice of the judges for the Durham Aged Mineworkers' Homes Association's (DAMHA) 2013 Good Neighbour of the Year award.