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dance

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the law enforcement agency of the Justice Department that operates a nationwide system of prisons and detention facilities to incarcerate inmates sentenced to imprisonment for federal crimes

an early form of modern jazz (originating around 1940)

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hit hard

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syndrome Branchio-oto-renal Autosomal dominant trait; dysplasia EYA1 mutation Renal-hepatic- Autosomal recessive trait; pancreatic NPHP3 mutation dysplasia Multiple endocrine Autosomal dominant trait; neoplasia type 2A RET mutation Abbreviations: EYA1, eyes absent homolog 1; MKS3, Meckel syndrome type 3; NPHP3, nephrocystin 3; PAX2, paired box gene 2; RET, rearranged during transfection.
Genetic features of hearing loss associated with ear anomalies: PDS and EYA1 mutation analysis.
Forty-five genes implicated in the CC, including 29 nonsyndromic cataract genes ( AGK , BEST1 , BFSP1 , BFSP2 , CHMP4B , CRYAA , CRYAB , CRYBA1 , CRYBA4 , CRYBB1 , CRYBB2 , CRYBB3 , CRYGC , CRYGD , CRYGS , EPHA2 , FYCO1 , GJA3 , GJA8 , HSF4 , P3H2 , LIM2 , MAF , MIP , NHS , PITX3 , SLC16A12 , TDRD7 , and VIM ) and 16 syndromic cataract genes ( ABHD12 , CNBP , CTDP1 , EYA1 , FTL , GALK1 , GCNT2 , GFER , GJA1 , JAM3 , OPA3 , PAX6 , RAB3GAP2 , SIL1 , SIX6 , and SLC33A1 ), were collected from careful literature and database search.
Selected Examples of Genes in Which Mutations can Result in Various Congenital Abnormalities of the Kidney and Urinary Tract (CAKUT) Lesions CAKUT PAX2 TCF2 EYA1 SIX1 SALL1 Dysplasia X XX XX Agenesis X X Hypoplasia X X X UPJ obst X X X VU reflux X GCKD X Syndrome Renal-coloboma MODY5 BOR BOR Townes-Brock CAKUT GATA3 Dysplasia X Agenesis X Hypoplasia UPJ obst VU reflux X GCKD Syndrome HDR Abbreviations: BOR, branchial-oto-renal syndrome; GCKD, glomerulocystic kidney disease; HDR, hypoparathyroidism, deafness and renal dyspla- sia; MODY, maturity onset diabetes type 5; UPJ obst, ureteropelvic junction obstruction; VU, vesicoureteral.