Windows - unzip the downloaded archive and double-click the.exe to start ThunderDocs - you can also store it in your collection of portable apps to not burden the computer with an extra software installation. mac OS - unzip the downloaded archive and double-click the.dmg - you can also store it in your collection of portable apps to not burden the computer with an extra software installation. Linux - unzip the downloaded archive and double-click the.deb - you can also store it in your collection of portable apps to not burden the computer with an extra software installation. How to get ThunderDocs: ThunderDocs Download page Visit the source link to download ThunderDocs for free. Alternatively, you can use a direct mirror below. Advertisement ThunderDocs - Official Thread Update: This page contains an official thread for additional support and feature requests.Molecular basis of phosphoglycerate kinase deficiency in Diamond-Blackfan anemia: two decades after. Many years after the description of the first cases of Diamond-Blackfan anemia (DBA), several molecular studies on this disease have been published. This review summarizes the different methodological approaches undertaken to identify the genes implicated in DBA, particularly the cloning of the X-linked gene encoding phosphoglycerate kinase (PGK1) in 1990 and the identification of the analogous gene (PGK2) on the Y chromosome in 1997. These results and future developments will be discussed.Archibald Rutledge Archibald Rutledge (27 December 1842 – 30 November 1907) was a New Zealand photographer, newspaper editor and politician. He was born in Cardington, Shropshire, England on 27 December 1842. Rutledge was a prominent figure in Dunedin City Council and the Otago Provincial Council for several decades. He was a member of the Otago Provincial Council for several years. In 1888, he was elected to the Otago Provincial Council for the Liberal Party, but resigned the next year. His papers are held in the Alexander Turnbull Library and Museum. References Category:1842 births Category:1907 deaths Category:People from Cardington, Shropshire Category:New Zealand Liberal Party politicians Category:New Zealand photographers Category:English emigrants to New Zealand Category:Members of the Otago Provincial Council Category:New Zealand politicians awarded kn a5204a7ec7
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