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Boeing Finalizes $6.6 Bln Order For 61 737 MAXs From Copa Holdings

CHICAGO (dpa-AFX) - Aerospace giant Boeing, Inc. (BA) finalized Friday an order for sixty-one 737 MAX 8 and MAX 9 airplanes from Latin American airline operator Copa Holdings, S.A. (CPA), valued a...

COPA mutations impair ER-Golgi transport and cause hereditary autoimmune-mediated lung disease and arthritis

Anthony Shum, Jordan Orange, James Lupski and colleagues show that mutations in the coatamer subunit gene COPA cause an autoimmune syndrome characterized by inflammatory arthritis and interstitial lun...

New childhood syndrome combining arthritis and lung disease discovered

Scientists in the US have identified the existence of a previously unknown type of autoimmune syndrome characterised by a combination of severe lung disease and arthritis.A research team led by scient...

Mexico vs. Honduras Tickets at NRG Stadium: Ticket Down Slashes Ticket Prices for the Honduras vs. Mexico International Friendly Soccer Match in Houston at NRG Stadium

Houston, TX (PRWEB) June 16, 2015 Soccer fans in Houston, TX will have the chance to see Mexico vs. Honduras live from NRG Stadium. The match will be held on July 1st and will be the final match ...

We don’t notice much of what we see: 85 college students tried to draw the Apple logo from memory; 84 failed

Of 85 UCLA undergraduate students, only one correctly recalled the Apple logo when asked to draw it on a blank sheet of paper, psychologists found. Fewer than half correctly identified the logo when s...

85 college students tried to draw the Apple logo from memory. 84 failed.

(University of California - Los Angeles) Of 85 UCLA undergraduate students, only one correctly recalled the Apple logo when asked to draw it on a blank sheet of paper, UCLA psychologists found. Fewer ...

Medical News Today: Our recall of familiar objects - like the Apple logo - may not be as accurate as we think

A study that tested ability to recall the Apple logo, found only 1 out of 85 participants was able to draw it correctly, despite many being confident they would be able to do so.

Medical News Today: Our recall of familiar objects - like the Apple logo - may not be as accurate we think

A study that tested ability to recall the Apple logo, found only 1 out of 85 participants was able to draw it correctly, despite many being confident they would be able to do so.

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Copper tolerance mechanisms of Mesorhizobium amorphae and its role in aiding phytostabilisation by Robinia pseudoacacia in copper contaminated soil.

The legume-rhizobium symbiosis has been proposed as an important system for phytoremediation of heavy metal contaminated soils due to its beneficial activity of symbiotic nitrogen fixation. However, l...

Dominant Red Coat Color in Holstein Cattle Is Associated with a Missense Mutation in the Coatomer Protein Complex, Subunit Alpha (COPA) Gene.

Coat color in Holstein dairy cattle is primarily controlled by the melanocortin 1 receptor (MC1R) gene, a central determinant of black (eumelanin) vs. red/brown pheomelanin synthesis across animal spe...

Experimental performance study of a proposed desiccant based air conditioning system.

An experimental investigation on the performance of a proposed hybrid desiccant based air conditioning system referred as HDBAC is introduced in this paper. HDBAC is mainly consisted of a liquid desic...

Brand Discrimination: An Implicit Measure of the Strength of Mental Brand Representations.

While mental associations between a brand and its marketing elements are an important part of brand equity, previous research has yet to provide a sound methodology to measure the strength of these li...

Multiple RNA Interaction: Beyond Two.

The interaction of two RNA molecules involves a complex interplay between folding and binding that warranted recent developments in RNA-RNA interaction algorithms. However, biological mechanisms in wh...

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