• FLAP
  • THE 5-LOX interface involving the four cysteines 159, 300, 416 and 418 is important for the translocation to the nuclear membrane and the colocalization with FLAP. (nih.gov)
  • activity
  • a GC-rich core region including the Sp1/Egr-1 sites may be critical for basal 5-LO promoter activity. (wikipedia.org)
  • Available
  • The 5% preparation for patient use is an adherent beige paste, and it is also available in some countries as a tablet that adheres to the ulcer in the mouth. (wikipedia.org)