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… the absence of CD 31, while reduction of CD 31 reduced shear-sensitivity in some genes (e. g., eNOS), but not others (e. g., KLF- 2). Thus, CD 31 played a role in shear-sensitivity of some genes and of neutrophil recruitment, but not in…

… decreases allograft thromboxane production. Thus, the potent vasoconstrictor thromboxane A 2 may play a role in the impairment of renal function and renal blood flow during acute allograft rejection…

… 3. 5 h and reaches aerobic levels by 6 h. Cells lacking p 21, however, resume DNA synthesis more rapidly upon reoxygenation than wild-type cells, suggesting that this inhibitor may play a role in preventing premature reentry into the cell…

… levels, chemotactic activity and CSF-white cell count was detected. Though the chemotactic activity of CSF from NB patients was only partially reduced by a human recombinant CXCL 11 antibody, these findings suggest that, among other chemotactic factors, CXCL 11 may play a role in the chemotaxis of mononuclear cells in NB…

… task but not in the segregation tasks. We conclude that spatial arrangement plays a role in a texture segregation task requiring shape discrimination of the texture edge but not in a texture discrimination task in which it is sufficient to discriminate an iso-oriented region from a completely random region. status: publishe…

… activation (fMRI signal) in the bilateral mediofrontal cortex, anterior cingulate and left dorsolateral prefrontal cortex. The present findings allow the postulate that serotonergic medial forebrain and cingulum bundle pathways play a role in the activity of cortical structures involved in Stroop test processing. Key word…

… play a role in the aetiology of pathologies where glucohomeostatic mechanisms are disturbed, as is in type 2 diabetes mellitus. (c) 2005 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved…

… pretreatments was inhibited by calphostin C. Together, these findings suggest that PKC desensitizes MOR or has a role in the development of acute tolerance through MOR by inhibiting internalization mechanisms as a resensitization process.

… virus-induced demyelinating disease, such as multiple sclerosis (MS). Previous studies of others have suggested that NO may play a role in the pathogenesis of demyelinating disease. The presence and level of iNOS were determined in the brains and…

… normal marrow cells; and (iv) modulation of expression during differentiation. These data suggest that these genes play a role in human hematopoietic development and lineage commitment…

… afimbrial and fimbrial proteins thus apparently play a role in attachment of cells to glass in the early phases of adhesion while fimbrial proteins appear more important in cell-to-cell aggregations than afimbrial proteins. To determine if these adhesions are important i…

… gene repertoire. These patients had altered display of B cell surface molecules that play a role in apoptosis. The patients’ B cells had a 4. 5 – 250 -fold increase in CD 95 (Apo- 1, fas) expression and increased CD 95 display on their T…

… potato tubers and chicory leaves, but it showed reduced ability to compete in planta against the wild-type strain or against selected saprophytic bacteria. These results indicate that the ybiT gene plays a role in the in planta fitness of the bacteria…

… 4, but association with SNP 7 in the Scottish population provides some support for a role in schizophrenia susceptibility. We cannot conclusively exclude RGS 4, as associated haplotypes are likely to be surrogates for unknown causative…

We investigated the properties of several peptides with sequences related to LWYIK, a segment found in the gp 41 protein of HIV and believed to play a role in sequestering this protein to a cholesterol-rich domain in the membrane. This…

… glycinergic synaptic input at the axon terminals of RBCs, suggesting that glycine receptors may play a role in modulating bipolar cell synaptic transmission…

We investigated the presence of 4 human polyomaviruses (PyVs) (WU, KI, Merkel cell, and Malawi) in respiratory specimens from a community-based birth cohort. These viruses typically were acquired when children were ≈ 1 year of age. We provide evidence that WU, KI, and Malawi, but not Merkel cell PyVs, might have a role in respiratory infections. Full Tex…

… hook-associated protein mutants. The lack of negative regulation in switch complex and flagellum-specific secretion apparatus deletion mutants blocked for flagellar construction prior to rod assembly suggests that these structures play a role in the…

… 1 channels play a role in the control of the early apoptosis that occur during retinal development, which might be dependent on MAPK signaling. Moreover, it seems that TRPV 1 function might be important for neuronal and synaptic maturation…

We investigated the possibility that pituitary adenylate cyclase activating peptide (PACAP) has a role in the control of contractility in the mouse ileum. PACAP-(1 – 27) produced tetrodotoxin (TTX) -insensitive, concentration-dependent…

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