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Nurd is a village in Anarestan Rural District, Riz District, Jam County, Bushehr Province, Iran. At the 2006 census, its existence was noted, but its population was not reported.
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The Limbo Files (2009)
by David Langford
Pat Nurd is a noaccount but ever so sympathetic young filing clerk from our world, or stablehand's apprentice in the book's imaginary world, who steps through a magic doorway and is Pitchforked Into Adventure. Helpless at first in the ...
by David Hollar
NuRD is a ubiquitous ATP-ase-dependent chromatin remodeling complex that has been shown to associate with pericentromeric heterochromatin and to maintain transcriptional repression at specific promoters (Bowen et al. 2004; Helbling ...
by Lyle Armstrong
NURD is a well-known deacetylation complex We introduced one of the better- known epigenetic modification protein complexes, the large nucleosome remodeling and histone deacetylation complex (NURD), in our discussion of DNA ...
by Walter Doerfler, Josep Casadesús
NurD is a paradigm of such chromatin-remodeling complexes (Fig. 6.2). It contains MTA scaffolding proteins (MTA1, MTA2, MTA3) that bridge subunits involved in nucleosome remodeling (CHD3, CHD4), histone deacetylation ( HDAC1, ...
* to nurd refers to the course of action implied in the previous sentence, ...
Molecular Biology of B Cells (2014)
by Tasuku Honjo, Michael Reth, Andreas Radbruch, Frederick Alt
NuRD is a multiprotein assemblage of ATPase/helicase, histone deacetylase, and lysine demethylase proteins. Mi-2/ nucleosome remodeling and deacetylase localizes genes with Ikaros within pericentromeric heterochromatin in ...
by Antonio Porro
NuRD is a multi-subunit complex that couples ATPase chromatinremodeling activities (through Mi-2 proteins CHD3 and CHD4) with histone deacetylation ( through HDAC1/HDAC2 subunits; Goodarzi etal., 2011). The interaction between ...
The Deseret Weekly (1895)
The nurd is that since there are euch idiots as equinoctial storms, there is nothing like having them come along on time, so tbat forewarned people can net reauy for tbem and be able to display tbat rare quality of genre wnich ¡H exemplified in ...
by Henk Courtz
[Wj wra, Kp nurd, Pm nurd] /adj/ living, alive ...
Chd1 ATPase NuRD/CHD Essential for definitive erythropoiesis but dispensable for adult hematopoiesis Koh et al. (2015) Chd2 ATPase NuRD/CHD Required for HSC differentiation into the erythroid lineage Nagarajan et al. (2009 ) ...
by John Jamieson
NURD AY, adj. What is appropriate to the first day of the year, S. 0. Pickeris P. NURG, Ncbqlb, s. "A short, squat, little, savage man." Gall Encycl. NURIS, s. A nurse. V. Notbis. NURISFATHER, s. Nursing-father. Acts Ja. VI. V. Notbis. NURLING, * ...
and Mi-2/NuRD remodelers in a multi-protein complex (only in higher eukaryotes). Recruitment of human CHD1 may be aided by interaction between its ...
by Tom Dalzell
Appendix, 1969 nerd; nurd noun a person lacking in social skills, fashion sense, or both us, 7957 • In Detroit, someone who once would be called a drip or a square is now, regrettably, a nerd, or in a less severe case, a scurve. — Newsweek ...
by Houghton Mifflin Company, Webster
nerd also nurd nurd) n. |Prob. alteration of NUT,] Slang, One who is socially inept, foolish, or ineffectual. Ne- re-id <nir'e-Id) n.
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The value of this 4-letter word is 5 points. It is included in the second edition of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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