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  • Mafa — Parlée au  Cameroun  Nigeria Région Nord …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Mafa — Gesprochen in Kamerun Nigeria (Nord) Sprecher 140.190[1] Linguistische Klassifikation Afroasiatisch Tschadische Sprachen Biu mandara Mafa Sp …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • MAFA — (Mast cell function associated antigen) is a type II membranal glycoprotein, first identified on the surface of rat mucosal type mast cells of the RBL 2H3 line. More recently, human and mouse homologues of MAFA have been discovered yet also (or… …   Wikipedia

  • Mafa — Mafaprop. n.. (Linguistics) A Chadic language spoken south of Lake Chad; called also {Matakam}. [WordNet 1.6] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Mafa — For the settlement in North Maluku, Indonesia see Mafa, Indonesia For the Black holocaust, see Maafa Mafa   LGA and town   …   Wikipedia

  • Mafa — Matakam ou Mafa ethnie du N. du Cameroun (env. 90 000 personnes). Ils parlent une langue afro asiatique du groupe tchadique. Mafa V. Matakam …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Mafa language — Mafa Spoken in Cameroon, Nigeria Region Far North Province, Borno State Native speakers 141,000  (1982) Language family Afro Asiatic …   Wikipedia

  • Mafa–Mofu languages — Mafa–Mofu Biu–Mandara A.5 Geographic distribution: Cameroon Linguistic classification: Afro Asiatic Chadic Biu–Mandara …   Wikipedia

  • MAFA (gene) — V maf musculoaponeurotic fibrosarcoma oncogene homolog A (avian), also known as MAFA, is a human gene.cite web | title = Entrez Gene: MAFA v maf musculoaponeurotic fibrosarcoma oncogene homolog A (avian)| url =… …   Wikipedia

  • Mafa (disambiguation) — Different spellings of mafa may refer to: MAFA (Mast cell function associated antigen), a type II membranal glycoprotein MafA, a type of MAF (gene), also known as RIPE3b1, which promotes pancreatic development, as well as insulin gene… …   Wikipedia

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