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Cell Physiological Phenomena*. *Models, Biological*. *Systems Biology/methods*. Minor. *Animals. *Bacteriophage lambda/genetics ...
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Cell Physiological Phenomena, Blood Cells, Heart, Electrocardiography, Cardiovascular Physiological Phenomena, Blood ... kurssikirja, Biological evolution, Cell Differentiation, Cell Physiological Processes, Embryo and fetal development, ... 1 SIMULTANEOUS USER, Physiology Pathological, Physiological Phenomena, Physiology, Physiological processes, MEDICAL Physiology ... Nervous System Physiological Phenomena, Gastrointestinal Tract, Sense Organs, Metabolic Phenomena, Body Temperature Regulation ...
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Flagellar elongation and gene expression in Chlamydomonas reinhardtii<...Flagellar elongation and gene expression in Chlamydomonas reinhardtii<...

In: Eukaryotic Cell, Vol. 6, No. 8, 08.2007, p. 1411-1420.. Research output: Contribution to journal › Article ... Lithium (Li+) affects the physiology of cells from a broad range of organisms including plants and both vertebrate and ... N2 - Lithium (Li+) affects the physiology of cells from a broad range of organisms including plants and both vertebrate and ... AB - Lithium (Li+) affects the physiology of cells from a broad range of organisms including plants and both vertebrate and ...
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Developmental Biology, Issue 79, Eukaryota, Biological Phenomena, Cell Physiological Phenomena, C. elegans, cell culture, ... Metabolic Phenomena, Cell Physiological Phenomena, mRNA translation, ribosomes, protein synthesis, genome-wide analysis, ... During the first three days of infection, different innate immune cells (e.g. monocytes, neutrophils, NK cells, dendritic cells ... After injection, Listeria quickly disseminates to the spleen and liver due to uptake by CD8α+ dendritic cells and Kupffer cells ...
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Developmental Biology, Issue 79, Eukaryota, Biological Phenomena, Cell Physiological Phenomena, C. elegans, cell culture, ... The number of cells, measured by flow cytometry, that are found to be green fluorescing is an indication of the number of cells ... Furthermore, if cells increase or decrease in size after treatment, this might affect signal strength without affecting cell ... The LacI reporter system is carried in all cells, including stem/progenitor cells and can easily be recovered and used to ...
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Developmental Biology, Issue 79, Eukaryota, Biological Phenomena, Cell Physiological Phenomena, C. elegans, cell culture, ... Functional beta cell mass is determined by the anatomical beta cell mass as well as the ability of the beta cells to respond to ... endothelial cells, cell signaling, cell, isolation, cell culture ... To date, TED was used in cell lines, glial cells, and neurons ... Subsequently, the infected cells are seeded on coverslips to finally enable live cell imaging. Then, living cells are incubated ...
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Microscale Bioreactors for in situ characterization of GI epithelial cell physiology. Costello, C. M., Phillipsen, M. B., ...
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Linda K McLoon - Research Output
     - Experts@MinnesotaLinda K McLoon - Research Output - [email protected]

Myogenic precursor cells in the extraocular muscles. Kallestad, K. M. & McLoon, L. K., Jan 1 2008, Stem Cells and Regenerative ... McDonald, A. A., Hebert, S. L., Kunz, M. D., Ralles, S. J. & McLoon, L. K., Jan 1 2015, In : Physiological Reports. 3, 4, ... Cell Stem Cell. 23, 4, p. 530-543.e9. Research output: Contribution to journal › Article ... Myogenic precursor cells in craniofacial muscles. McLoon, L. K., Thorstenson, K. M., Solomon, A. & Lewis, M. P., Mar 1 2007, In ...
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             - UC DavisFind Research Projects - UC Davis

Beta cell antigen presentation in models of Beta cell a*. Shimoda, M. ... Cell Physiological Phenomena Second Messenger Systems Calcium-Transporting ATPases Mammals BIOEFFECTS OF PRENATAL ULTRASOUND ... Biomaterial regulation of cell spheroids to synergistically enhance bone healing. Leach, J. K. ... Best Practices in Transfusion Medicine for Patients with Sickle Cell Disease. Wun, T. ...
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Tissue-specific stem cells in the myometrium and tumor-initiating cells in Leiomyoma<...Tissue-specific stem cells in the myometrium and tumor-initiating cells in Leiomyoma<...

In addition, like somatic cells, tumor stem cells or tumorinitiating cells, a subset of cells within a tumor, retain the ... In addition, like somatic cells, tumor stem cells or tumorinitiating cells, a subset of cells within a tumor, retain the ... In addition, like somatic cells, tumor stem cells or tumorinitiating cells, a subset of cells within a tumor, retain the ... In addition, like somatic cells, tumor stem cells or tumorinitiating cells, a subset of cells within a tumor, retain the ...
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Biological and Health Systems Engineering, School of (BHSE) - Scholarly Works
     - Arizona State UniversityBiological and Health Systems Engineering, School of (BHSE) - Scholarly Works - Arizona State University

Biomaterials, Cells, and Patho-physiology: Building Better Organoids and On-Chip Technologies. Singh, A., Nikkhah, M. & Annabi ... A mathematical model of dielectrophoretic data to connect measurements with cell properties. Hilton, S. H. & Hayes, M., Jan 1 ... Design, construction, and validation of histone-binding effectors in vitro and in cells. Tekel, S. J., Barrett, C. M., Vargas, ... Multifunctional CRISPR-Cas9 with engineered immunosilenced human T cell epitopes. Ferdosi, S. R., Ewaisha, R., Moghadam, F., ...
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Pharmacology & Toxicology - Publications
     - Indiana University School of MedicinePharmacology & Toxicology - Publications - Indiana University School of Medicine

Cell Physiological Phenomena Sodium channels in pain pharmacology. Cummins, T. & Waxman, S. G., Jun 1 2015, Pharmacology of ... Jerde, T., 2013, PTEN: Structure, Mechanisms-of-Action, Role in Cell Signaling and Regulation. Nova Science Publishers, Inc., p ... The role of DNA damage and repair in toxicity to postmitotic cells caused by cancer therapies. Vasko, M., Shariati, B. & ...
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Pluripotent Stem Cells Potassium Cell Membrane Permeability X-Ray Emission Spectrometry Cell Physiological Phenomena ... New Monoclonal Antibodies to Defined Cell Surface Proteins on Human Pluripotent Stem Cells. OBrien, C. M., Chy, H. S., Zhou, Q ... Wearable Devices for Single-Cell Sensing and Transfection. Chang, L., Wang, Y. C., Ershad, F., Yang, R., Yu, C. & Fan, Y., Nov ... The research focus in my lab is primarily at the interface of stem cell and cancer biology. We use systems biology approaches ...
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Cell Physiological Phenomena. (1 time). ERalpha (1 time). ≫. 2018 Effect of (R)-(+) Pulegone on Ovarian Tissue; Correlation ... Nervous System Physiological Phenomena. (1 time). LN (1 time). ≫. 2012 Neurons in the thalamic reticular nucleus are selective ... 1975 Cell-mediated and humoral immunity to streptococcal cell wall antigenic extract in patients with glomerulonephritis and in ... 2005 Dendritic cell maturation induced by muramyl dipeptide (MDP) derivatives: monoacylated MDP confers TLR2/TLR4 activation.. ...
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Pauline K Lund - Grants
     - University of North Carolina at Chapel HillPauline K Lund - Grants - University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Physiological Phenomena Identification, isolation, molecular phenotyping and propagation of intestinal s. Reid, L. M., Magness ... Aging intestinal stem cells and insulin/IGF system. Lund, P. K., Magness, S. T. & Ding, S. ... Collaborative Approaches to the Study of Intestinal Epithelial Stem Cells. Magness, S. T., Lund, P. K., Henning, S. J., Dekaney ... Fellow:Kelly Poore-The role of mesenchymal cells and collagen in a mouse model of Crohns Disease. Lund, P. K. ...
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Teicoplanin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus expresses a novel membrane protein and increases expression of penicillin-binding...Teicoplanin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus expresses a novel membrane protein and increases expression of penicillin-binding...

We have examined a number of aspects of cell wall physiology in strains 12871 and 12873 and the teicoplanin-susceptible Tn551 ... Autolysis in phosphate buffer (pH 7.5) and cell wall turnover rates were similar in 12871 and 12873. An analysis of membrane ... We have examined a number of aspects of cell wall physiology in strains 12871 and 12873 and the teicoplanin-susceptible Tn551 ... Autolysis in phosphate buffer (pH 7.5) and cell wall turnover rates were similar in 12871 and 12873. An analysis of membrane ...
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Induced domain formation in endocytic invagination, lipid sorting, and scission.Induced domain formation in endocytic invagination, lipid sorting, and scission.

Cell Physiological Phenomena * Endocytosis * Humans * Lipid Metabolism Identity. Digital Object Identifier (DOI) * 10.1016/j. ...
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IAFSE-BHSE: Bioengineering, Harrington Department of - Scholarly Works
     - Arizona State UniversityIAFSE-BHSE: Bioengineering, Harrington Department of - Scholarly Works - Arizona State University

Biomaterials, Cells, and Patho-physiology: Building Better Organoids and On-Chip Technologies. Singh, A., Nikkhah, M. & Annabi ... A mathematical model of dielectrophoretic data to connect measurements with cell properties. Hilton, S. H. & Hayes, M., Jan 1 ... Design, construction, and validation of histone-binding effectors in vitro and in cells. Tekel, S. J., Barrett, C. M., Vargas, ... Multifunctional CRISPR-Cas9 with engineered immunosilenced human T cell epitopes. Ferdosi, S. R., Ewaisha, R., Moghadam, F., ...
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Characterization of mononuclear-phagocyte terminal maturation by mRNA phenotyping using a set of cloned cDNA probes<...Characterization of mononuclear-phagocyte terminal maturation by mRNA phenotyping using a set of cloned cDNA probes<...

The terminal step in the maturation of mononuclear cells from circulating monocytes to resident macrophages is accompanied by ... N2 - The terminal step in the maturation of mononuclear cells from circulating monocytes to resident macrophages is accompanied ... AB - The terminal step in the maturation of mononuclear cells from circulating monocytes to resident macrophages is accompanied ... abstract = "The terminal step in the maturation of mononuclear cells from circulating monocytes to resident macrophages is ...
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Amelia Linnemann - Publications
     - Indiana University School of MedicineAmelia Linnemann - Publications - Indiana University School of Medicine

Pancreatic β-cell proliferation in obesity. Linnemann, A., Baan, M. & Davis, D. B., Jan 1 2014, In : Advances in Nutrition. 5, ... B-Cell autophagy in diabetes pathogenesis. Marasco, M. R. & Linnemann, A., May 1 2018, In : Endocrinology. 159, 5, p. 2127-2141 ... Interleukin-6 Reduces β-Cell Oxidative Stress by Linking Autophagy With the Antioxidant Response. Mirmira, R., Linnemann, A., ... Tcf19 is a novel islet factor necessary for proliferation and survival in the INS-1 β-cell line. Krautkramer, K. A., Linnemann ...
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School of Life Sciences - Research Outputs
     - Discovery - the University of Dundee Research PortalSchool of Life Sciences - Research Outputs - Discovery - the University of Dundee Research Portal

Lin, S-C. & Hardie, D., 6 Feb 2018, In : Cell Metabolism. 27, 2, p. 299-313 15 p.. Research output: Contribution to journal › ... Dacks, J. B. & Field, M. C., 1 Aug 2018, In : Current Opinion in Cell Biology. 53, p. 70-76 7 p.. Research output: Contribution ... Rousseau, A. & Bertolotti, A., 2018, In : Nature Reviews Molecular Cell Biology. 19, 11, p. 697-712 16 p.. Research output: ... mRNA cap regulation in mammalian cell function and fate. Galloway, A. & Cowling, V., Mar 2019, In : Biochimica et Biophysica ...
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Global analysis of Cdk1 substrate phosphorylation sites provides insights into evolution.Global analysis of Cdk1 substrate phosphorylation sites provides insights into evolution.

Cell Physiological Phenomena * Computational Biology * Evolution, Molecular * General Science & Technology * MD ... To explore the mechanisms and evolution of cell-cycle control, we analyzed the position and conservation of large numbers of ...
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