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*  Differences in Cytoplasmic pH and the Sensitivity to Acid Load Between Prespore Cells and Prestalk Cells of Dictyostelium |...
Message Body (Your Name) thought you would like to see the Journal of Cell Science web site. ... Nuclear movement regulated by non-Smad Nodal signaling via JNK is associated with Smad signaling during zebrafish endoderm ... and prespore cells (7.49 ± 0.03), and prestalk cells were more sensitive to acid load than prespore cells. In addition, weak ... The splicing co-factor Barricade/Tat-SF1 is required for cell cycle and lineage progression in Drosophila neural stem cells. ...
  http://jcs.biologists.org/content/91/1/109
*  Swap70b is required for convergent and extension cell movement during zebrafish gastrulation linking Wnt11 signalling and RhoA...
Swap70b morphants exhibited broader and shorter body axis but cell fate specification appeared normal. While ectopic Swap70b ... Here we show that the zebrafish orthologue, Swap70b, is required for convergent and extension cell movement during gastrulation ... Swap70b is required for convergent and extension cell movement during zebrafish gastrulation linking Wnt11 signalling and RhoA ... Swap70; Guanine nucleotide exchange factor; Convergent and extension cell movement; Gastrulation; Wnt11; Non-canonical Wnt ...
  http://eprints.nottingham.ac.uk/2917/
*  Observations on the Growth of Dictyostelium Discoideum in Axenic Medium: Evidence for an Extracellular Growth Inhibitor...
Message Body (Your Name) thought you would like to see the Journal of Cell Science web site. ... Nuclear movement regulated by non-Smad Nodal signaling via JNK is associated with Smad signaling during zebrafish endoderm ... The splicing co-factor Barricade/Tat-SF1 is required for cell cycle and lineage progression in Drosophila neural stem cells. ... on cell motility. A Travelling Fellowship from Journal of Cell Science allowed her to spend time in Prof Maddy Parson's lab at ...
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*  Exclusion of a Proton ATPase from the Apical Membrane Is Associated with Cell Polarity and Tip Growth in Nicotiana tabacum...
... of the major sperm protein cytoskeleton correlates with the forward movement of the cell body in the amoeboid movement of ... Your Name) has sent you a message from Plant Cell Message Body (Your Name) thought you would like to see the Plant Cell web ... Adams, C.L., Chen, Y.-T., Smith, S.J., and James Nelson, W. (1998). Mechanisms of epithelial cell-cell adhesion and cell ... In Methods in Cell Biology. A Practical Guide to the Study of Ca2+ in Living Cells, R. Nuccitelli, ed (San Diego, CA: Academic ...
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*  The in vivo function of mammalian cell and tissue polarity regulators - how to shape and maintain the epidermal barrier |...
Message Body (Your Name) thought you would like to see the Journal of Cell Science web site. ... Nuclear movement regulated by non-Smad Nodal signaling via JNK is associated with Smad signaling during zebrafish endoderm ... 2010). Stem cell dynamics in mouse hair follicles: a story from cell division counting and single cell lineage tracing. Cell ... Regulation of cell fate and stem cell behavior in the epidermis. Cell division not only generates daughter cells, but through ...
  http://jcs.biologists.org/content/125/15/3501
*  Sequential roles for myosin-X in BMP6-dependent filopodial extension, migration, and activation of BMP receptors | JCB
Video 1 shows live cell imaging of GFP-tagged ALK6 translocating from cell body to filopodia in an MEC treated with BMP6 for 4 ... To further test whether Myo10-dependent filopodia act as sensors in the directed cell movement regulated by BMP6, we used Dunn ... 10 cells compared with cells without BMP6 pretreatment (from 7 ± 2 to 18 ± 14 cells). This increase in migration was inhibited ... Cells pretreated with or without BMP6 were then added to the upper chambers. After incubating for 6 h at 37°C, cells present on ...
  http://jcb.rupress.org/content/179/7/1569
*  Patent US20110208263 - System and method for treating parkinson's disease and other movement disorders - Google Patents
... comprises determining a site at the cortex of the brain of a patient related to a movement disorder of an afflicted body part. ... In one embodiment, a method for treating movement disorders ... correlating an area of neural activity with the afflicted body ... Systems and methods for treating movement disorders using cortical stimulation. ... The bilateral effect may be caused by activation of commissural neurons (large pyramidal cells) in the deep portion of layer ...
  http://www.google.ca/patents/US20110208263
*  Now, Body Movements Will Charge Your IPods, Cell Phones
... like simple body movements, the beating of the heart or movement of the wind, into electricity, using zinc oxide (ZnO) ... that converts mechanical energy from body movements or even the flow of blood in the body into electric energy. ... A microbial fuel cell (MFC) that operates on plant waste has been developed at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). ... "Quite simply, this technology can be used to generate energy under any circumstances as long as there is movement," said Wang. ...
  http://www.medindia.net/news/Now-Body-Movements-Will-Charge-Your-IPods-Cell-Phones-49264-1.htm
*  In a first, paralysed man treated with stem cells, regains upper body movement - www.newsnation.in
California has regained his upper body movements after receiving stem cells treatment. ... regains upper body movement. In a first, a paralysed man in Bakersfield, California has regained his upper body movements after ... In a first, a paralysed man in Bakersfield, California has regained his upper body movements after receiving stem cells ... In a first, paralysed man treated with stem cells, regains upper body movement (Source: University of southern California) ...
  http://www.newsnation.in/lifestyle/health-and-fitness/paralysed-man-kristopher-boesen-spinal-cord-treatment-with-stem-cells-regained-upper-body-movement-article-185779.html
*  FIRST PARALYZED HUMAN TREATED WITH STEM CELLS HAS NOW REGAINED HIS UPPER BODY MOVEMENT | Someone Somewhere
FIRST PARALYZED HUMAN TREATED WITH STEM CELLS HAS NOW REGAINED HIS UPPER BODY MOVEMENT. Posted by zedie ... Stem cell research is ongoing and can be used in many ways other than paralysis; from Parkinson's and diabetes to cancer. ... It was the difference between minimal movement or none at all and being able to function on his own. Kris regained the ... After seeing the results of stem cell therapy, Kris was bowled over, saying; "All I've wanted from the beginning was a fighting ...
  https://zedie.wordpress.com/2017/03/09/first-paralyzed-human-treated-with-stem-cells-has-now-regained-his-upper-body-movement/
*  First paralyzed human treated with stem cells has now regained his upper body movement | The World of Knowledge
Home Health and Wellness Science First paralyzed human treated with stem cells has now regained his upper body movement ... First paralyzed human treated with stem cells has now regained his upper body movement A+ A- Print Email ... Liu injected 10 million AST-OPC1 cells directly into Kris' cervical spinal cord. (AST-OPC1 cells come from donated eggs that ... Stem cell research is ongoing and can be used in many ways other than paralysis; from Parkinson's and diabetes to cancer (4). ...
  http://www.ilknowledge.com/2016/12/first-paralyzed-human-treated-with-stem.html
*  Asthma medicine halves risk of Parkinson's | EurekAlert! Science News
The disease destroys the brain cells that control body movements. Shivering, stiff arms and legs and poor coordination are ... advance precision medicine with organs-on-chips, stem cells The Yates Network ... researchers at Harvard University found these effects of the medicines in animal tests and in experiments with brain cells in ...
  https://www.eurekalert.org/pub_releases/2017-08/tuob-amh083117.php
*  JoVE | Peer Reviewed Scientific Video Journal - Methods and Protocols
... without affecting pseudopodial activity or cell body movements. Rather, cell elongation, centripetal alignment, N-cadherin ... Within nephrons, epithelial cell death is highest in proximal tubule cells. There is evidence that suggests cell destruction is ... Various cell types could be analyzed using this technique, including lymphocytes/leukocytes, stem cells, and tumor cells. ... Laser ablation gives researchers the ability to induce cell death in a limited population of cells. Varying areas of cells can ...
  https://www.jove.com/visualize/abstract/19829711/dynamic-3d-cell-rearrangements-guided-fibronectin-matrix-underlie
*  Health Archives - Page 45 of 46 - The Morung Express
The disease destroys the brain cells that control body movements. Shivering, stiff arms and legs and poor coordination are ... Human stem cells might combat Parkinson's disease in monkeys By The Morung Express on August 31, 2017. Health ... Tokyo, August 31 (IANS) Japanese neurosurgeons have found that inducing an experimental human cell therapy can lead to long- ... Parkinson's disease leads to degeneration of a specific type of cells in the brain known as dopaminergic (DA) […] ...
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*  Lymphogenous metastasis | definition of lymphogenous metastasis by Medical dictionary
1. Movement of bacteria or body cells (esp. cancer cells) from one part of the body to another. ... The spread of disease from one part of the body to another, as when cancer cells appear in parts of the body remote from the ... n growth and movement of cancer cells from one area of the body to another. ... 2. A secondary cancerous growth formed by transmission of cancerous cells from a primary growth located elsewhere in the body. ...
  https://medical-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com/lymphogenous+metastasis
*  Axonal transport - Wikipedia
Movement toward the cell body is called retrograde transport and movement toward the synapse is called anterograde transport. ... from the cell body (also called soma) to the synapse or cell membrane. The anterograde movement of individual cargoes (in ... and other cell parts (i.e. organelles) to and from a neuron's cell body, through the cytoplasm of its axon (the axoplasm). ... Axonal transport is also responsible for moving molecules destined for degradation from the axon back to the cell body, where ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Axonal_transport
*  Stephen Jepson - Wikipedia
Every cell in the body is affected by movement. The brain improves as we use our muscles, which, in turn grow, with use. ... I begin with simple movements, which progress to more complex challenges for the brain and body. For example, I train left and ... The movements I teach promote balance and dexterity which prevent falls and increase eye-hand coordination. The activities in ... Movement training can prevent or delay the onset of Alzheimer's and dementia. Neural pathways open and increase throughout our ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stephen_Jepson
*  New candidate drug stops cancer metastasis and regenerates nerve cells. - Free Online Library
New candidate drug stops cancer metastasis and regenerates nerve cells. by 'Asian News International'; News, opinion and ... This complex regulates cell movement and growth throughout the body. Miscues in Rho GTPase processes are also widely implicated ... in early laboratory cell tests, stopped breast cancer cells from spreading and also promoted the growth of early nerve cells ... In tests on a human breast cancer cells, Rhosin inhibited cell growth and the formation of mammary spheres in a dose dependent ...
  https://www.thefreelibrary.com/New+candidate+drug+stops+cancer+metastasis+and+regenerates+nerve+cells-a0294001277
*  A Quantum Technology of Sound
From the body: genes, cells, muscles, and movements. Sends information via neurotransmitters, a chemical messenger. Information ... Adjusts immune system cells (like killer cells). Helps the removal of toxins. Fights against viruses. ... the emotional body, and the mental bodies, just as you stroke a string on an instrument and the vibrating string forms a shape ... Each of your body systems works as an instrument. When commanded by the Shabad Guru, these systems develop an amazing harmony ...
  https://www.3ho.org/kundalini-yoga/shabad-guru/quantum-technology-sound
*  Calcium dynamics integrated into signalling pathways that influence vertebrate axial patterning | Philosophical Transactions of...
2002 Shaping the vertebrate body plan by polarized embryonic cell movements. Science. 298, 1950-1954. doi:10.1126/science. ... highlight data on endogenous Ca2+ release in vertebrate embryos relevant to body plan formation and cell movement, and ... Calcium imaging in cell-cell signaling. In Developmental biology protocols Tuan R.S, Lo C.W vol. 1 2000pp. 253-261. Eds. Totowa ... The distinct dynamics of Ca2+ increases and the bimodal role of Wnt/Ca2+, in β-catenin antagonism and polarized cell movement, ...
  http://rstb.royalsocietypublishing.org/content/363/1495/1377
*  Creatine | Encyclopedia.com
However, the vast majority of it resides within the muscle cells that power the body's movements. ... Human beings and other animals store creatine naturally in their muscle cells. The body manufactures it in the liver, kidneys, ... Both tend to dehydrate the body. Taken together, they can lead to heat stroke. Few studies have been done about the body's ... of creatine in his body, with about 95 percent in skeletal muscles." New creatine is created within the body at a rate of about ...
  https://www.encyclopedia.com/sports-and-everyday-life/food-and-drink/food-and-cooking/creatine
*  OXCARBAZEPINE JUBILANT 150 MG FILM-COATED TABLETS | Drugs.com
Normally brain cells. coordinate body movements by sending out signals through the nerves to the muscles in an. organised, ... In epilepsy, brain cells send out too many signals in a disorderly. fashion. The result can be uncoordinated muscular activity ... or decrease in the number of blood cells).. Red blotchy rash mainly on face which may be accompanied by fatigue, fever, feeling ... movements, lethargy, confusion, muscular twitching or significant worsening of. convulsions, problems with coordination and/or ...
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*  Bad cholesterol can help cancer spread scientists warn | MENAFN.COM
MENAFN - Khaleej Times) High levels of ?good? cholesterol keeps integrins inside cells and may therefore protect against cancer ... this is because cholesterol regulates the machinery that controls the movement of cells in the body. ... most of the cells in our bodies stick to neighbouring cells through the help of molecules on their surface known as integrins ... unfortunately integrins also help cancer cells that have broken away from a cancerous tumour to take root elsewhere in the body ...
  http://www.menafn.com/1093831335/Bad-cholesterol-can-help-cancer-spread-scientists-warn?src=RSS
*  Gene | definition of Gene by Medical dictionary
Any transcription factor that regulates the growth, differentiation, replication, and movement of cells in the body. These ... When a cell multiplies by mitosis each daughter cell carries a set of genes that is an exact replica of that of the parent cell ... Through the genetic code of DNA they also control the day-to-day functions and reproduction of all cells in the body. For ... The gene that codes for a protein that regulates the movement of ions, esp. chloride, across cell membranes. ...
  https://medical-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com/Gene
*  Speed Nation: Methamphetamine, HIV and Hepatitis - TheBody.com
... enhancing mood and body movement. It also appears to have a neurotoxic effect, damaging brain cells that contain dopamine as ... The link to sexual activity often comes as a byproduct of the elimination of feelings of shame about the user's body or desires ... Animal research going back more than 20 years shows that high doses of methamphetamine damage neuron cell endings. Dopamine- ... Breathing becomes faster and shallower, and the internal body temperature rises. There have been cases of kidney failure, ...
  http://www.thebody.com/content/art13493.html