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*  Hepatocyte Growth-Promoting Factors Enteric-Coated Capsules
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*  B-Cell Stimulatory Factor 1 | definition of B-Cell Stimulatory Factor 1 by Medical dictionary
Looking for online definition of B-Cell Stimulatory Factor 1 in the Medical Dictionary? B-Cell Stimulatory Factor 1 explanation free. What is B-Cell Stimulatory Factor 1? Meaning of B-Cell Stimulatory Factor 1 medical term. What does B-Cell Stimulatory Factor 1 mean?
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*  Interactome study suggests multiple cellular functions of hepatoma-derived growth factor (HDGF). - Semantic Scholar
Hepatoma-derived growth factor (HDGF) is a growth factor related to normal development and tumorigenesis; however, the mechanism of its mitogenic and angiogenic activity still remains unknown. Analysis of the HDGF interactome could be important for understanding its function and integrative mechanisms, because knowledge about HDGF interactors is very limited. In this study, through streptavidin-binding peptide (SBP) and Flag tag-based tandem affinity purification (SBP/Flag-TAP) coupled with LC-MS/MS, 106 proteins were shown to form complexes with HDGF. RNAs were also found in the HDGF complex through the SBP-tag based RNA co-immunoprecipitation (SBP-RIP) assay. Some of these interactions were confirmed by Co-IP and RT-PCR. We then found that the HATH domain was essential for HDGF interactions including protein-protein and protein-RNA interactions, and that in the absence of the HATH domain, NO-HATH could not form complex. The interactome suggests that HDGF is a ...
https://www.semanticscholar.org/paper/Interactome-study-suggests-multiple-cellular-funct-Zhao-Yu/047672a12776ee6a43eb770b06f20baa6963f7c6
*  Intestinal trefoil factor binds to intestinal epithelial cells and induces nitric oxide production: priming and enhancing...
Intestinal trefoil factor (ITF or TFF3), NO and epithelium-associated mucin have important roles in sustaining mucosal integrity in the gastrointestinal tract. In the present study we examined ITF-binding molecules on IEC-18 cells (an intestinal epithelial cell line) with the use of flow cytometry and localized these molecules on the cell surface by confocal microscopy. Furthermore, we studied the interaction of mucin and ITF and their co-operative effect on NO production by the epithelium. Stimulation of cells with mucin (5 mg/ml) for 90 min resulted in a 5-fold increase in ITF binding. Treatment of IEC-18 cells with actinomycin D or cycloheximide attenuated mucin-enhanced ITF binding. Ligand blot analysis confirmed the induction of ITF-binding protein in IEC-18 cells by mucin. These results indicate that transcriptional and translational mechanisms are involved in the effect of mucin. Treatment with ITF overnight resulted in a low level of nitrite production by the cells, a 5-fold increase ...
http://www.biochemj.org/content/338/3/745
*  Nerve growth factor response to excitotoxic lesion of the cholinergic basal forebrain is slightly impaired in aged rats - UQ...
Gericke, CA, Lang, UE, Steckler, T, Schulze, G, Bajbouj, M and Hellweg, R (2003) Nerve growth factor response to excitotoxic lesion of the cholinergic basal forebrain is slightly impaired in aged rats. Journal of Neural Transmission, 110 6: 627-639. doi:10.1007/s00702-002-0819-z ...
https://espace.library.uq.edu.au/view/UQ:314675
*  Ron (human)
Alt. Names/Synonyms: c-met-related tyrosine kinase; CD136; CDw136; macrophage stimulating 1 receptor (c-met-related tyrosine kinase); Macrophage-stimulating protein receptor; Macrophage-stimulating protein receptor alpha chain; Macrophage-stimulating protein receptor beta chain; MSP receptor; MST1R; p185-Ron; Protein-tyrosine kinase 8; PTK8; PTK8 protein tyrosine kinase 8; RON; soluble RON variant 1; soluble RON variant 2; soluble RON variant 3; soluble RON variant 4 ...
https://www.phosphosite.org/proteinAction.action?id=1945
*  Update: Hepatoma derived growth factor in neurosurgery | Neurocirugia.com
Hepatoma derived growth factor Hepatoma-derived growth factor (HDGF) also known as high mobility group protein 1-like 2 (HMG-1L2) is a protein that in humans is encoded by the HDGF gene. Hepatoma-derived growth factor (HDGF), a potential predictive and prognostic marker in several human cancers, is the firstly reported
http://neurocirugia.com/2015/08/03/hepatoma-derived-growth-factor/
*  Gentaur Molecular :GenWay \ IL-4 Human - IL-4; B-cell stimulatory factor 1; BSF-1; Lymphocyte stimulatory factor 1; IGG1...
Gentaur molecular products has all kinds of products like :search , GenWay \ IL-4 Human - IL-4; B-cell stimulatory factor 1; BSF-1; Lymphocyte stimulatory factor 1; IGG1 induction factor; B-cell IgG differentiation factor; B-cell growth factor 1 \ 10-271-82216 for more molecular products just contact us
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*  Workshop on growth factors. - The Christie Research Publications Repository
The 'Workshop on Growth Factors' which took place at the Lugano Lymphoma Conference on June 8, 1990, included a presentation by Michael Sporn on the concept that loss of inhibitory control mechanisms may be important in the development and growth of human cancer. Examples illustrating this were taken from current experimental biology research into transforming growth factor beta (TGF-beta) interactions. Brian Durie presented recent data on the biology of interleukin-6 (IL-6) and its putative role in plasma cell diseases. These studies have culminated in the first clinical study of the role of an antibody to a growth factor as therapy for a human cancer (anti-IL-6 antibody as therapy for patients with myeloma). Derek Crowther presented data concerning the current clinical role of the haematopoietic growth factors in patients undergoing chemotherapy for cancer. Recent clinical research has established the role of granulocyte ...
http://christie.openrepository.com/christie/handle/10541/108389
*  OriGene - HDGFRP2 (AK027353) cDNA Clone
HDGFRP2 - (untagged)-Human cDNA FLJ14447 fis, clone HEMBB1001331, weakly similar to Mus musculus mRNA for hepatoma-derived growth factor available for purchase from OriGene - Your Gene Company.
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*  Integrin-linked kinase (ILK) and its interactors | JCB
ILK has a low basal kinase activity, which is stimulated transiently by cell-ECM interactions and by certain growth factors (Dedhar, 2000). The activity is stimulated in a phosphatidylinositol (PI) 3-kinase-dependent manner and likely involves binding of the phosphoinositide phospholipid product of PI 3-kinase, PI 3,4,5-triphosphate, to the PH-like domain of ILK (Dedhar, 2000). ILK activity is regulated negatively by two phosphatases: PTEN, a tumor suppressor lipid phosphatase, which dephosphorylates PI 3,4,5-triphosphate to PI 4,5-bisphosphate, and a PP2C protein phosphatase, ILKAP (Morimoto et al., 2000; Persad et al., 2000; 2001b; Leung-Hagesteijn et al., 2001). ILK activity is activated constitutively in PTEN-null tumor cells (Persad et al., 2000, 2001b). Both PI 3,4,5-triphosphate binding and (auto)phosphorylation appear to be crucial for ILK activation, since mutations in the PH domain (Arg 211) or in the activation loop serine (ser) 343 render the kinase inactive and unable to ...
http://jcb.rupress.org/content/155/4/505
*  Plus it
MNCs have been found, in multiple laboratories, to reduce neurologic deficits in animal models of stroke.6,8,17 An IA delivery of MNCs through the carotid artery confers more benefit in rats compared with an intravenous approach.6 While clinical studies outside the United States in patients with stroke have already commenced delivering MNCs into the cerebral arterial circulation,11 it is important to assess whether MNCs can be damaged with the devices commonly used in the endovascular suite. A recent study assessed the effects of catheter passage of mesenchymal stem cells to the heart and found that higher flow rates did impair gene expression of certain growth factors, which are believed to underlie, in part, the effects of these cells in promoting cardiac repair.18 Criteria have already been recommended by the FDA to determine the safety of endovascular delivery of stem cells in cardiac patients.7. We, therefore, performed ex vivo experiments to simulate a planned study involving an ...
http://www.ajnr.org/content/31/8/1488
*  Porcine fetal serum growth factors in relation to serum-induced proliferation and differentiation of primary myoblasts in...
Porcine fetal serum growth factors in relation to serum-induced proliferation and differentiation of primary myoblasts in culture: Skeletal Muscle and Satellite cells, FASEB Summer Research Conferences, July 26-31, Tuscon, Arizona, Abstract #25, 2003 ...
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*  Theory and Test Correlation for Laminate Stacking Factor Effect on Homopolar Bearing Stiffness | Journal of Engineering for Gas...
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*  In what way do socioeconomic factors effect the attitude of women towards their dressing style in India? | lordtomriddle
In-what-way-do-socioeconomic-factors-effect-the-attitude-of-women-towards-their-dressing-style-in-IndiaAnswer by Balaji Viswanathan:Continuing the discussion from here: Why are North Indian city girls more stylish in comparison to South Indian girls?Where they live: In big cities, women tend to be freer when it comes to dress options. Unlike rural areas, where everyone knows everyone else, in cities we become 'invisible' entities. This gives women…
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*  Progranulin (acrogranin/PC cell-derived growth factor/granulin-epithelin precursor) is expressed in the placenta, epidermis,...
The growth factor progranulin (acrogranin/PC-derived growth factor/granulin-epithelin precursor) promotes onset of blastocyst cavitation and is required for neonatal hypothalamic sexual differentiation. Little is known, however, of the range of devel
http://www.biomedsearch.com/nih/Progranulin-cell-derived-growth-epithelin/12889069.html
*  Cancer Pathways - QIAGEN
During oncogenesis, gene mutations or expression changes accumulate in pathways regulating specific aspects of cell proliferation. Biological pathways that, when dysregulated, allow cells to grow and divide unchecked include apoptosis (programmed cell death), cell cycle, DNA damage repair, and growth factor responses. Angiogenesis allows further tumor growth via vascularization and oxygenation. In addition, pathways such as cell adhesion and epithelial-to-mesenchymal transition permit tumors to invade surrounding tissue. Many genes mediate and control each of these pathways, and changes in the sequence, expression, or epigenetics of any of those genes can dysregulate its pathway. The combination of mutated genes in any given cancer or tumor can be distinctive. Understanding molecular mechanisms behind specific cancers and developing diagnostic and prognostic biomarkers requires analyses of any one of these pathways in isolation or together with other pathways ...
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*  Cancer Pathways - QIAGEN
During oncogenesis, gene mutations or expression changes accumulate in pathways regulating specific aspects of cell proliferation. Biological pathways that, when dysregulated, allow cells to grow and divide unchecked include apoptosis (programmed cell death), cell cycle, DNA damage repair, and growth factor responses. Angiogenesis allows further tumor growth via vascularization and oxygenation. In addition, pathways such as cell adhesion and epithelial-to-mesenchymal transition permit tumors to invade surrounding tissue. Many genes mediate and control each of these pathways, and changes in the sequence, expression, or epigenetics of any of those genes can dysregulate its pathway. The combination of mutated genes in any given cancer or tumor can be distinctive. Understanding molecular mechanisms behind specific cancers and developing diagnostic and prognostic biomarkers requires analyses of any one of these pathways in isolation or together with other pathways ...
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*  Cancer Pathways - QIAGEN
During oncogenesis, gene mutations or expression changes accumulate in pathways regulating specific aspects of cell proliferation. Biological pathways that, when dysregulated, allow cells to grow and divide unchecked include apoptosis (programmed cell death), cell cycle, DNA damage repair, and growth factor responses. Angiogenesis allows further tumor growth via vascularization and oxygenation. In addition, pathways such as cell adhesion and epithelial-to-mesenchymal transition permit tumors to invade surrounding tissue. Many genes mediate and control each of these pathways, and changes in the sequence, expression, or epigenetics of any of those genes can dysregulate its pathway. The combination of mutated genes in any given cancer or tumor can be distinctive. Understanding molecular mechanisms behind specific cancers and developing diagnostic and prognostic biomarkers requires analyses of any one of these pathways in isolation or together with other pathways ...
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*  Cancer Pathways - QIAGEN
During oncogenesis, gene mutations or expression changes accumulate in pathways regulating specific aspects of cell proliferation. Biological pathways that, when dysregulated, allow cells to grow and divide unchecked include apoptosis (programmed cell death), cell cycle, DNA damage repair, and growth factor responses. Angiogenesis allows further tumor growth via vascularization and oxygenation. In addition, pathways such as cell adhesion and epithelial-to-mesenchymal transition permit tumors to invade surrounding tissue. Many genes mediate and control each of these pathways, and changes in the sequence, expression, or epigenetics of any of those genes can dysregulate its pathway. The combination of mutated genes in any given cancer or tumor can be distinctive. Understanding molecular mechanisms behind specific cancers and developing diagnostic and prognostic biomarkers requires analyses of any one of these pathways in isolation or together with other pathways ...
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*  Is Inequality Harmful for Growth?
Downloadable (with restrictions)! Is inequality harmful for growth? The authors suggest that it is. In a society where distributional conflict is important, political decisions produce economic policies that tax investment and growth-promoting activities in order to redistribute income. The paper formulates a theoretical model that captures this idea. The model's implications are supported by the evidence. Both historical panel data and postwar cross-sections indicate a significant and large negative relation between inequality and growth. This relation is only present in democracies. Copyright 1994 by American Economic Association.
https://ideas.repec.org/a/aea/aecrev/v84y1994i3p600-621.html
*  Recombinant Human LR3 IGF-1 | Cell Sciences
Recombinant Human LR3 IGF-1 is a single, non-glycosylated polypeptide chain containing 83 amino acids. Background: IGF-1 belongs to the insulin gene family and is a mitogenic polypeptide growth factor that stimulates the proliferation and survival of vari
http://www.cellsciences.com/recombinant-human-lr3-insulin-like-growth-factor-105
*  Trying on something new… - Growth Factors
I've fallen back into a bit of a funk lately. I can't palpate the exact cause of my signs. Despite my vast medical training (albeit with animals), I'm not capable of deciphering the underlying cause of my blah-ness. I'm lethargic, unmotivated, and my head becomes a bit foggy. I possess motivation, but lack the energy…
https://drjintile.wordpress.com/2016/07/10/trying-on-something-new/