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… proteoglycan release into the medium, which was also inhibited by cotreatment with 2 -aminopurine. A loss of cell viability was observed when explants were treated with TNF-α and C 2 -ceramide, which was found to be regulated by PKR. We have…

… effects of the FPLD 2 mutation on fat cell function. Contrary to the current literature, which suggests FPLD 2 results in a loss of fat, we found that the key mechanism contributing to the lack of fat accumulation involves not a loss, but an…

… the odor inputs necessary to identify conspecifics. Orco (Or 83 b) mutant larvae of D. melanogaster, which exhibit a loss of sense of smell, did not distinguish conspecific from alien larvae, instead moving across the substrate. Syn 97 CS…

… partial tolerance to LPS in terms of inhibition of LPS-stimulated TNF and IL- 6 production. However, a full LPS-tolerant state could not be induced by administration of recombinant cytokines, suggesting the existence of additional mechanisms, such as a loss of LPS receptors or changes in release of soluble binding proteins…

… larval size provided an indication of condition selective mortality due to a loss of poorly-conditioned larvae at larger size-classes. In larval sandeel, well-conditioned larvae were present in all size-classes, whereas in larval dab the maximum…

… profiles from a neurologically-impaired group with those from a control group. amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) has been associated with a loss of synaptic connections in the frontal lobe. Twelve ALS clinically non-demented patients were…

… well-known pathways that lead to a loss of viability, namely, oxidative stress and inhibition of mitochondrial electron transport. Cell killing with VBL and COL was accompanied by fragmentation of DNA. Both the loss of viability and the…

… representing a loss of long-range communication and abnormal functional integration in large-scale brain functional cortical networks. Moreover, negative correlations between efficiency measures and duration of disease were found,…

… molecules comparatively low in C and N. Treating samples by acid washing also resulted in an increase in the variation among individuals for both 615 N and 613 C, which would lead to a loss of statistical power for testing differences between species, sites, or seasons…

… nuclear after treatment with hormone or both stimuli. Electron microscopy evidenced a loss of cellular contact in exposed cells which appeared counteracted by 17 -β-estradiol. Wedemonstrate that 17 -β-estradiol modulatesCxs and Intsas well asER-expressioninduced by HF- EMF, suggesting an influence of both stimuli on trophoblast differentiation and migration…

… complement, tumor necrosis factor-α, and puromycin, induced the shedding of nephrin with a loss of surface expression. This phenomenon was abrogated by cytochalasin and sodium azide. These results suggest that the activation of cell cytoskeleton may modify surface expression of nephrin allowing a dislocation from plasma membrane to an extracellular site…

… dependence, together with the external Ca 2 + dependence and additional controls with ryanodine, indicated a loss of skeletal-type EC coupling and the emergence of an EC coupling component triggered by the Ca 2 + current. Analyses of d(ΔF/F)…

loss of liver GH binding sites. Dietary protein restriction causes a post-receptor defect. This defect can be attributed to the combined effects of decreased liver IGF-I mRNA content and impaired message translation…

I–IV of the EGFR also associated with p 185 c-neu subdomains III, IV, I, and II, respectively. A lack of one of the p 185 c-neu cysteine-rich domains (subdomains II or IV) resulted in a loss of EGF-induced transactivation. These data…

… several, but not all, recent isolates of H 3 N 2 viruses resulted in moderate IFN-beta stimulation. Through the generation of recombinant viruses, we were able to show that this is not due to a loss of the ability of the NS 1 genes to suppress…

We investigated several environmental factors for their abilities to regulate ail gene expression and found that ail transcript levels are regulated by oxygen tension. Bacteria growing under anaerobiosis at 37 degrees C repress ail mRNA and Ail expression, resulting in a loss of Ail-mediated serum resistance and cell invasion…

AM S measurements and improve the success rate significantly for targets that are difficult to measure. A disadvantage of this dilution technique is a loss of measurement precision. In addition, calculations of the C- 14 /C- 12 isotope…

… modehng indicated that the most obvious consequence of amino acid variation between peptide/H- 2 K b and peptide/H- 2 K bms complexes would be a loss of the conserved hydrogen bond network in the B pocket of the latter. This could cause…

… have a loss of function mutation in TLR 4, relative to C 3 H/HeN controls. When MyD 88 – or TLR 2 -deficient mice were infected with low doses of the H 99 serotype A strain, all of the control animals, but none of MyD 88 (-/-) and only 38 %…

… parameters to changes in the population growth rates. The decrease in resources caused a loss of body condition. Adult male survival was not affected, but the survival of foals and adult females decreased with increasing density. Prime-aged…

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