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Chalones: from aqueous extracts to oligopeptides. (1/5)

The term "chalone" was coined about 40 years ago to describe endogenous growth-inhibiting factors with a tissue-specific and reversible effect. A large number of "chalones" were reported in the 1970's and early 80's. The term was, however, used rather indiscriminately and attempts at purification of the active component(s) were without success. As a result, most laboratories lost interest. Then, in the early 1980's, two different research teams demonstrated that the active growth-inhibiting constituents were N-substituted oligopeptides. In the following years, similar oligopeptides were characterized in extracts of liver, the large bowel, melanocytes, lymphocytes, and neuroblastoma, in addition to the two first ones from monomyelopoietic cells and epidermis, respectively. All peptides have a bell-shaped dose response pattern and optimal effect at very low concentrations. Several of them inhibit growth even in tumors derived from the respective organs. Preliminary studies have revealed that two of the oligopeptides alter the expression of growth- and differentiation-related genes. Quite recently, some papers are again using the term "chalone" and a short review therefore seems appropriate.  (+info)

The secreted Dictyostelium protein CfaD is a chalone. (2/5)

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Cell lineages and the logic of proliferative control. (3/5)

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A Dictyostelium chalone uses G proteins to regulate proliferation. (4/5)

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eIF2alpha kinases control chalone production in Dictyostelium discoideum. (5/5)

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The catalytic asymmetric bromoamination of chalcones with N-bromosuccinimide as both bromine and amide source was realized by using a chiral N,N′-dioxide-Sc(NTf2)3 complex as an efficient catalyst. The corresponding chiral bromoamination products were obtained in high yields with high dr and good ee values (
I first wrote about self-admitted "pinot freak" and owner of Loring Wine Company, Brain Loring, in 2002 when his wines were receiving considerable press and interest. While in college, he worked at a wine store in Southern California where one of the owners was a Burgundy fanatic. Brians first experiences with Burgundy were from producers he quickly admired like Domaine Dujac, Henri Jayer and Domaine Romanee-Conti (who wouldnt?). Early safaris into the domestic Pinot Noir jungle of the 1980s were unsatisfying until he tried some wines from Calera. Eventually he came to understand and enjoy other California Pinot Noirs like Williams Selyem, Chalone and Sanford. It was the friendship he developed with winemaker Norm Beko of Cottonwood Canyon Winery that got him started in the wine business. While participating in the 1997 crush, he made two barrels of his own Pinot Noir and the Loring Wine Company was hatched. He would say, "After asking Norm 10,000 questions about winemaking and working the ...
Paul Hobbs has a colorful winemaking background. He studied pre-med at Notre Dame University but after joining a wine tasting club, switched to a career in winemaking. After studying at University of California, Davis, he rose to notoriety at Robert Mondavi, Simi and Opus One in the mid-1980s, subsequently made wine in Argentina (Catena), consulted for Peter Michael, Fisher, Lewis and Chalone, and was involved in a winemaking project in Hungary. He started his namesake label in 1991. In 1998 he planted his estate vineyard, Lindsay Vineyard, located near Graton in the Russian River Valley and named it in honor of his father. The 14-acre Lindsay Vineyard is planted to three rootstocks and five clones of Pinot Noir. In 2003 he built a gravity-flow winery overlooking this vineyard. Paul owns the 452-acre Goldrock Estate located in the true Sonoma Coast. He purchased the vineyard in 2016. It is carved out of dense forest, stretches over rolling terrain, with slopes as steep as 23 percent. It is ...
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Dictyostelium cells secrete the proteins AprA and CfaD. Cells lacking either AprA or CfaD proliferate faster than wild type, while AprA or CfaD overexpressor cells proliferate slowly, indicating that AprA and CfaD are autocrine factors that repress proliferation. CfaD interacts with AprA and requires the presence of AprA to slow proliferation. To determine if CfaD is necessary for the ability of AprA to slow proliferation, whether AprA binds to cells, and if so whether the binding requires the presence of CfaD, we examined the binding and effect on proliferation of recombinant AprA. We find that the extracellular accumulation of AprA increases with cell density and reaches a concentration of 0.3 μg/ml near a stationary cell density. When added to wild-type or aprA- cells, recombinant AprA (rAprA) significantly slows proliferation at 0.1 μg/ml and higher concentrations. From 4 to 64 μg/ml, the effect of rAprA is at a plateau, slowing but not stopping proliferation. The proliferation-inhibiting
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Even though g(k) is independent of k, you can still formally use g(k) to find kF just as you would for 3D (see your integral for N in your first post ). However, in the 1D case, it is easy to find ##k_F## without introducing g(k) once you have the correct allowed values for ##k## in terms of the integer ##n## and the length ##L## of the crystal. Note that ##L = Na##, which is helpful if you want to express ##k_F## in terms of ##a# ...
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Then, again as mathman said, you generate numbers from U[0,1] and use g(U[0,1]) to sample from p(x). If you do this, make sure you generate a big batch of them and compare them to the original distribution to make sure no bugs or typos have been introduced ...
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"The terms 'autacoid', 'hormone' and 'chalone' and how they have shifted with time". Auton Autacoid Pharmacol. 35: 51-8. doi: ...
For the 2013 vintage, Testarossa produced 12 Chardonnay wines: Chalone, Santa Lucia Highlands, Cuvee Los Gatos, Diana's ... Chalone AVA, Santa Lucia Highlands AVA, Arroyo Grande Valley AVA, Santa Maria Valley AVA, and the Sta. Rita Hills AVA. ...
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... and the original block of Pinot noir at Chalone planted in 1946 was replaced in 2003. As of 2010, the 1953 blocks (C53 and N53 ...
The vineyard grew into the Chalone Wine Group now owned by Diageo. Graff was one of the first to bring barrel fermentation and ... He and his family purchased Chalone Vineyard in 1965. In the Judgment of Paris wine competition, it was ranked third out of ten ...
In 2005, the Chalone Wine Group was purchased by beverage giant Diageo. The winery in Napa is surrounded by 42 acres (17 ha) of ... In 1986, Acacia was sold to Chalone. Since the 1990s, Acacia has focused on Chardonnay wines, as well as some sparkling wine. ...
... chalones MeSH D12.644.456.300 --- delta sleep-inducing peptide MeSH D12.644.456.345 --- dipeptides MeSH D12.644.456.345.159 ...
The first one is accumulation of TAS effectors in tissue (comutons, chalones, and contactins), which possess a unique feature ... chalones and contactins, which are produced by the cells of a tissue under a stressor's influence. This distinguishes the ...
Others may recall that Chalone's willingness to identify with Gabriel Terra's rule by decree prefigures the cooperation of ...
The most important winemaker to help Enologix was Richard Graff of Chalone Vineyard, who insisted that McCloskey prove the ... It was tested with winemakers in California, Oregon, Washington and France between 1989 and 1993, including Chalone Vineyard, ...
Throughout the next year and a half she traveled to Burgundy, in Autun in 1761, in Bourg-en-Bresse, in Chalone-sur-Saȏne in ...
Metz (formerly, Chalone) is an unincorporated community in the Salinas Valley, in Monterey County, California. It is located on ... The place was originally called Chalone when the railroad was built to the site in 1886. Upon the establishment of the post ...
Arroyo Grande Valley AVA Arroyo Seco AVA Ballard Canyon Ben Lomond Mountain AVA Carmel Valley AVA Central Coast AVA Chalone AVA ...
It is located at the southern end of Salinas Valley, shares an eastern border with the Chalone AVA, and is bordered on the west ...
Other brands, such as Navarro Correas and Chalone Vineyard, were sold separately. In March 2016, the company sold Grand Marnier ... "Foley Family Wines Buys Chalone Vineyards". WineSpectator.com. Retrieved 28 July 2016. "Gruppo Campari to buy brandy brand ...
Rustenberg Chalone Vineyard Chateau Montelena Chateau Morrisette Winery Clos Du Val Winery David Bruce Winery E & J Gallo ...
Terry was born in Omaha, Nebraska, the son of Mary Chalone (née Courtney) and Leland Roy Terry. He graduated from Omaha ... http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/omaha/obituary.aspx?n=mary-chalone-courtney-terry-markham&pid=170243109 "Obama Camp Targets ...
Six of the nine judges ranked Chateau Montelena the highest; Chalone Vineyard came in third and Spring Mountain Vineyard fourth ...
Some of the Vineyards and Wineries located nearby are Chalone, Scheid Vineyards, Paraiso Vineyards, Pisoni Vineyards, Hahn ...
A fire lookout was built by the CCC on Chalone Peak in 1935, but was destroyed by fire in 1951 and replaced by a frame ... The original location of the San Andreas can be seen in the Chalone Creek fault. Two other large faults are known to run ... Elevation within the boundaries range from 824 to 3,304 feet (251 to 1,007 m) at the peak of North Chalone Peak. The climate is ... as well as South Chalone Peak, the second-highest peak in the park. The wilderness includes the creeks and canyons that are ...
Diageo - UK based company with American holdings in Sterling Vineyards, Beaulieu Vineyard and Chalone Vineyard Brown-Forman ...
... may refer to: Chalone, California, former name of Metz, California Chalone AVA, American Viticultural Area in Monterey ... County, California Chalone, a group of tissue-specific water-soluble substances produced within a tissue and that inhibit ...
... with the help of Dick Graff of Monterey's Chalone Vineyard. Today the appellation is home to 52 commercial grape growers and ...
... molecular genetic revival of the chalone hypothesis". Curr. Opin. Hematol. 10 (1): 49-54. doi:10.1097/00062752-200301000-00008 ...
The Chalone AVA is an American Viticultural Area in the Monterey and San Benito counties of California, located in the Gabilan ... 9.24 Chalone." Archived January 19, 2008, at the Wayback Machine. Title 27: Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms; Part 9 - American ... The 8,640 acres (3,496 ha) region is named for the nearby Chalone peaks. The region has limestone and decomposed granite soil. ... Appellation America (2007). "Chalone (AVA): Appellation Description". Retrieved Jan. 24, 2008.. ...
He's currently playing for the France ProA club Elan Chalon. ES Chalon-Sur-Saône (ProA) added to their roster 28-year-old ...
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Following danazol treatment, the patient with CH alone had a complete cure, while the patient with CP and CH had an incomplete ... CH) alone and another woman presented with bilateral catamenial pneumothoraces (CP) coinciding with CH, a rare manifestation of ...
Chalone was also the only winery outside of Napa to make it into the 1976 Judgement of Paris tasting that turned the world on ... Chalone particularly is wild country, vines interspersed by scrublands, expanses of volcanic rock covered with chaparral, ... Vines were first planted here by Spanish missionaries at the turn of the 19th century, and the regions Chalone Vineyard Estate ... so Chalone (its own AVA), Carmel Valley, the Santa Lucia Highlands and Arroyo Seco. ...
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Chalone: a possible probe for embryonic differentiation. Maharajan, V; Batra, B K. ...
Chalona espermatogonial G1 / G1-spermatogonial chalone Bustos Obregón, Eduardo. Arch. biol. med. exp ; 22(1): 15-23, abr. 1989 ...
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The relation of this inhibitor to the chalone system is so far unclear. 2-Hydroxyethyl methacrylate (HEMA) is one of the major ...
Consequently, beyond the negative feedback inhibitor (chalone), myeloid cells are controlled presumably by other negative ( ... Consequently, beyond the negative feedback inhibitor (chalone), myeloid cells are controlled presumably by other negative ( ... Consequently, beyond the negative feedback inhibitor (chalone), myeloid cells are controlled presumably by other negative ( ... Consequently, beyond the negative feedback inhibitor (chalone), myeloid cells are controlled presumably by other negative ( ...
... a prenylated chalone present in hops, in human prostate cancer cells. Anticancer Res 2010;30:3333-3339. View abstract. ...
Test results post Dorian: FC: 5 pH: 7.6 TA: 80 CH: 250 CYA: 20 Had to drain a little pool water in anticipation of the waters from Dorian. Refilled...
Species-non-specific and reversible growth inhibition by chalones in human epidermoid carcinomas in vitro]. Z Krebsforsch Klin ...
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A specific decapeptide obtained from the skin of Hila caerulea, an Australian amphibian. Caerulein is similar in action and composition to CHOLECYSTOKININ. It stimulates gastric, biliary, and pancreatic secretion; and certain smooth muscle. It is used in paralytic ileus and as diagnostic aid in pancreatic malfunction ...
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Selected abstracts on chalones * Selected abstracts on changes in glycosyltransferase and glycosidase activity in the presence ...
The Chalone Creek fault juxtaposes the Pinnacles Volcanic Formation west of the fault and the Temblor Fanglomerates east of the ... The Temblor Formation east of the Chalone Creek Fault is a fanglomerate unit (conglomerates deposited in an alluvial fan ...
Labels: Blind Tasting, Bordeaux, Burgundy, Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon, Chalone, Chardonnay, Colorado, Judgment of Paris ... Although, the winner in each category was a California wine (Chalone Vineyard for the whites and Ridge Vineyards Estate ...
He currently has fifteen winery clients he consults for in the United States (including Pinot Noir producers Chalone, Stewart ... Lewis and Chalone, and was involved in a winemaking project in Hungary. He started his namesake label in 1991. In 1998 he ...
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  • Vines were first planted here by Spanish missionaries at the turn of the 19th century, and the region's Chalone Vineyard Estate has just been recognised by California's Historic Vineyard Society for its 1919 plot of Chenin Blanc vines, one of the oldest in California. (decanter.com)
  • After studying at University of California, Davis, he rose to notoriety at Robert Mondavi, Simi and Opus One in the mid-1980s, subsequently made wine in Argentina (Catena), consulted for Peter Michael, Fisher, Lewis and Chalone, and was involved in a winemaking project in Hungary. (princeofpinot.com)
  • The Hambrecht family has been in the California wine business for over 35 years, partnering in esteemed brands like Ridge, Chalone and Truett Hurst. (princeofpinot.com)
  • Areas of Chalone Creek and Bear Valley drainage basins in Pinnacles National Monument, California, are subject to frontal storms that can cause major flooding from November to April in areas designated for public use. (usgs.gov)
  • Château Ste Michelle sings the praises of its Cold Creek and Canoe Ridge vineyards, among others, and the Chalone group of California has also invested heavily in vineyards on Canoe Ridge, overlooking the Columbia River. (decanter.com)
  • The Chalone Creek fault juxtaposes the Pinnacles Volcanic Formation west of the fault and the Temblor Fanglomerates east of the fault. (us-parks.com)
  • The Temblor Formation east of the Chalone Creek Fault is a fanglomerate unit (conglomerates deposited in an alluvial fan setting) composed of granitic and to a lesser extent volcanic detritus shed from the Santa Lucia granitic basement and the Pinnacles Volcanics. (us-parks.com)
  • And it will not be surprising if some of their offspring migrate downstream to re-populate Bear Gulch and additional sections of Chalone Creek. (us-parks.com)
  • This study area extends from about a quarter of a mile north of Chalone Creek Campground to the mouth of Bear Valley and from the east monument entrance to Chalone Creek. (usgs.gov)
  • A graphical relation was used to define the regionally based maximum flood for Chalone Creek and Bear Valley. (usgs.gov)
  • The 100-year flood may cause reverse flow through a 12-inch culvert embedded in the embankment of Old Pinnacles Campground Road in the center of Chalone Creek Campground. (usgs.gov)
  • Bateman, A.E.: Cell specificity of chalone type inhibitors of DNA synthesis released by blood leukocytes and erythrocytes. (springer.com)
  • Other cell growth inhibitors have been partially characterized (Miyazaki and Horio, 1989), but the three families noted are perhaps the best characterized of the "chalones" at present. (damasgate.com)
  • Late 1980s, Rich Jorgenson and group chalone synthase for deeper purple petunias Got white and variegated Co-suppression: both endogenous and introduced genes silenced [Napoli et al. (87994.com)
  • It is suggested that receptor domains of plasma membranes take part in secretion growth factor and chalones by cells, and two possible mechanisms of such secretion are proposed. (roundstock.icu)
  • Laerum, O.D. Maurer, H.R.: Proliferation kinetics of myelopoietic cells and macrophages in diffusion chambers after treatment with granulocyte extracts (chalone). (springer.com)