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  1. ... binding protein 1. This protein attaches (binds) to stretches of multiple copies of a protein building block ( ...
  2. ... of the body. The aorta can weaken and stretch, causing a bulge in the blood vessel wall ( ... skin is frequently described as translucent, often with stretch marks (striae) and visible underlying veins. Some individuals ...
  3. ... and in the face. Affected individuals may get stretch marks (striae) on their thighs and abdomen and ... to weakness and reduced stamina, thinning skin causing stretch marks and easy bruising, thinning of the bones ...
  4. ... multiple transcript system. This region consists of short stretches of DNA from the TAF1 gene plus some ... segments of genetic material near the gene. These stretches of DNA can be combined in different ways ...
  5. ... body (the aorta). The aorta can weaken and stretch, which may lead to a bulge in the ... abnormal curvature of the spine (scoliosis or kyphosis), stretch marks (striae) not related to weight gain or ...
  6. ... multiple transcript system. This region consists of short stretches of DNA from the TAF1 gene plus some ... segments of genetic material near the gene. These stretches of DNA can be combined in different ways ...
  7. ... with the nucleotide thymine (T) in a certain stretch of DNA. SNPs occur normally throughout a person’ ...
  8. ... which results in extremely flexible joints, skin that stretches easily, and fragile blood vessels. Periventricular heterotopia is ...
  9. ... binding protein 1. This protein attaches (binds) to stretches of multiple copies of a protein building block ( ...
  10. ... in controlling the ability of muscle fibers to stretch (elasticity) and in cell signaling. However, its specific ...
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