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… face compared to when the same bar replaced a neutral face. This effect was not found with upright happy faces or inverted fearful faces. A similar amplification of P 1 has previously been observed in electrophysiological studies of…

… fearful face compared to when the same bar replaced a neutral face. This effect was not found with upright happy faces or inverted fearful faces. A similar amplifi-cation of P 1 has previously been observed in electrophysiological studies of spatial attention using non-emotional cues. In a behav…

… satisfactorily. An alternative model is a wider fault model that dips 10 °NW, with its fault plane extending 25 km offshore, well beyond the aftershock area of the Kalapana earthquake. These two models produce a similar uplift pattern…

… cofactor in a similar way. However, we used solvent-equilibrated dynamics to show structural features of the PZ-ZPI complex in the presence and the absence of Ca 2 +ions. We observed that the distance between the interacting sites of the…

… levoglucosan : BBOA ratios, which were higher during late autumn and March. A similar seasonality was observed in the ratios of cellulose combustion markers to lignin combustion markers, highlighting the contribution from cellulose-rich biomass combustion, possibly related to agricultural activities…

… of the angular deviations of the cursor path occurred to a similar extent and at a similar rate for CF and PF groups. However, upon re-exposure to the non-rotated environment only CF participants exhibited post-training aftereffects,…

… anchorage. Direct conversion of lymphocyte function associated- 1 to the high-affinity conformation with antibodies also stopped T cells in a similar manner to antigen. Thus, physiological TcR engagement triggers a stop signal through lymphocyte…

Similarly, tiron (superoxide anion (O- 2 (-)) scavenger, 1 mmol/L) and catalase (hydrogen peroxide (H 2 O 2) scavenger, 300 U/mL) reduced ethanol-induced relaxation to a similar extent in both endothelium-intact and denuded rings. Finally,…

… application of flow at a shear rate of 250 s(- 1). A 2. 2 -fold increase in tumour cell adhesion to ECs under flow was observed upon addition of thrombin receptor agonist peptide (TRAP) -activated platelets but not resting platelets. A similar increase…

… β-catenin translocation compared with WT tumours. Tumour-bearing IL- 4 Rα (-/-) mice had fewer CD 11 b(+) /Gr 1 (+) myeloid-derived suppressor splenocytes than WT animals. IL- 13 (-/-) mice developed a similar number of ACFs to IL- 4 Rα (-/-) and…

… 2 + binding and channel opening when compared with the WT. Mutations L 204 R, L 204 H, Q 216 R, E 219 Q, and E 219 K in the 54 domain showed a similar phenotype to the WT channel. We conclude that the S 4 region in the hSlo channel is part…

… less to create a new emotion, and the constituent halves remained identifiable. Whereas moving stimuli were better recognised than static faces, there was no interaction between motion and alignment. These results indicate that facial-expression processing is holistic in static and moving faces to a similar degree…

We investigated the role of G protein-coupled receptor kinase (GRK) -mediated phosphorylation in agonist-induced desensitization, arrestin association, endocytosis, and intracellular trafficking of the D 2 dopamine receptor (DAR). Agonist activation of D 2 DARs results in rapid and sustained receptor phosphorylation that is solely mediated by GRKs. A survey of GRKs revealed that only GRK 2 or GRK 3 promotes D 2 DAR phosphorylation. Mutational analyses resulted in the identification of eight serine/threonine residues within the third cytoplasmic loop of the receptor that are phosphorylated by GRK 2 / 3. Simultaneous mutation of these eight residues results in a receptor construct, GRK(-), that is completely devoid of agonist-promoted GRK-mediated receptor phosphorylation. We found that both wild-type (WT) and GRK(-) receptors underwent a similar degree of agonist-induced desensitization as assessed using [35 S]GTPγS binding assays. Similarly, both receptor constructs internalized to the same extent in response to agonist treatment. Furthermore, using bioluminescence resonance energy transfer assays to directly assess receptor association with arrestin 3, we found no differences between the WT and GRK(-) receptors. Thus, phosphorylation is not required for arrestin-receptor association or agonist-induced desensitization or internalization. In…

… strain in potato tubers: lesion area was 37 % that of the control, and growth rate was two orders of magnitude lower. These results indicate that the interaction of antimicrobial peptides from the host with the sapA to sapF operon from the pathogen plays a similar role in animal and in plant bacterial pathogenesis…

… determination was higher in oilseed rape than in wheat. In wheat, N limitation affected growth through a similar or lower reduction in radiation use efficiency corrected for synthesis costs (RUESC) than in the cumulative amount of intercepted…

ETS-active cells from 6 to 75 %. In an analogous experiment with a bacterioplankton assemblage, a similar trend was observed: the number of NV cells doubled during the initial 6 h prior to an increase in total cell counts. These results show that…

… deaf and hearing individuals have a similar degree of lateralization of language comprehension pro-cesses and (ii) that language comprehension depends primarily on the integrity of the left temporal lobe. 2002 Elsevier Science (USA). All rights reserved. 1…

… neutralization and oligomeric gp 120 binding was observed, and a lack of correlation with monomeric gp 120 binding was confirmed. A similar degree of correlation was observed between oligomeric gp 120 binding and neutralization with a…

… -O-tetradecanoylphorbol- 13 -acetate. This maneuver inhibited both caerulein-induced inositol trisphosphate formation and [Ca 2 +](i) elevation. These findings were paralleled by a similar inhibition of caerulein-stimulated amylase release only during…

… significantly increase knee and hip moment contributions to hip linear power to levels comparable to those of young subjects at a similar speed. These results refute our hypothesis and support our earlier findings indicating that kinematic alterations at the hip are a cause of reduced gait speed in the elderly…

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