fes

An oncogene, identified in avian and feline sarcomas, encoding a tyrosine protein kinase. See also Table O1.

fes

<oncogene> An oncogene, identified in avian and feline sarcomas, encoding a tyrosine protein kinase. ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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FES

functional electrical stimulation.
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Fès

city, northern Morocco, on the Wadi Fès just above its influx into the Sebou River.[5 related articles]
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FeS

Iron(II) Sulfide Molar mass: 87.91
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Fès

Fès (fes) or Fez (fez) , Arab. Fas, city (1994 pop. 772,028), N central Morocco. In a rich agricultural region, it is connected by rail to Casablanca, Tangier, and Algeria. The city is noted for its Muslim art and its handicraft industries. It gave its name to the brimless felt caps that were f...
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Fes

Fes or Fez (فاس, Moroccan Arabic fɛs, Berber: ⴼⴰⵙ Fas) is the third largest city of Morocco, with a population of approximately 1 million (2010). Fes was the capital of Morocco until 1925, and is now the capital of the Fès-Boulemane administrative region. The modern Turkish name for Morocco, Fas, originally referred only to the capital ...
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