A mitochondrial HSP70 (HSPA9B) is linked to miltefosine resistance and stress response in Leishmania donovani | Parasites &...
... it is now widely known that their synthesis can be induced by cellular stress other than heat, such as exposure to cold, UV ... heat-shock (37 °C), heat-shock (37 °C) plus low pH (pH = 5.5), starvation and HePC treatment during 4 and 18 h. Exposure of ... a Promastigotes were exposed to low pH (pH = 5.5), heat-shock (37 °C), heat-shock (37 °C) plus low pH (pH = 5.5), starvation ... Brochu C, Haimeur A, Ouellette M. The heat shock protein HSP70 and heat shock cognate protein HSC70 contribute to antimony ...https://parasitesandvectors.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/s13071-016-1904-8
Regulation of heat shock genes in isolated hepatocytes from an Antarctic fish, Trematomus bernacchii | Journal of Experimental...
To address the possibility that such a cold-adapted species could lose an otherwise highly conserved cellular response to heat ... However, exposure to elevated temperature and to chemical inducers of the heat shock response failed to increase Hsp70 mRNA ... Morimoto, R. I. (1998). Regulation of the heat shock transcriptional response: cross talk between a family of heat shock ... Roles of the heat shock transcription factors in regulation of the heat shock response and beyond. FASEB J. 15,1118 -1131. ...http://jeb.biologists.org/content/207/21/3649
Courses - Biology
This course will examine how chaperonins, proteases, and heat- and cold-shock proteins are regulated in response to changes in ... All organisms face variability in their environments, and the molecular and cellular responses to stresses induced by ... BIOL 219 TDangerous Exposures: Environment, Immunity, and Infectious Disease. Not offered this year ... BIOL 306Cellular Regulatory Mechanisms. Not offered this year. This course explores the regulation of cellular function and ...https://biology.williams.edu/courses/
The evolutionary and ecological role of heat shock proteins - Sørensen - 2003 - Ecology Letters - Wiley Online Library
Matz, J.M., Lavoi K.P., Epstein, P.N. & Blake, M.J. (1996a). Thermoregulatory and heat-shock protein response deficits in cold- ... Cellular function of heat shock proteins. The fate of proteins with non-functional conformations after stress exposure may be ... The heat-shock response and expression of heat-shock proteins in wheat under diurnal heat stress and field conditions. Aust. J ... hence the name heat shock (Ritossa 1962). However, it was not until 1973 that the heat shock response was found to coincide ...http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1046/j.1461-0248.2003.00528.x/full?globalMessage=0
Brown/Beige Adipose Tissue Activation (BAT) via Cold Exposure and Diet for Health and Longevity - Lifestyle - LONGECITY
... via Cold Exposure and Diet for Health and Longevity - posted in Lifestyle: First, I hope I dont come off as shamelessly ... Heat Shock Protein Response to Chronic Cold Exposure in Antarctic Expedition Members ... regulation of cellular energy metabolism. It is strongly induced by cold. exposure, linking this environmental stimulus to ... Regarding heat vs. cold exposure. Exposure to both temperature extremes upregulate many of the same so-called "heat shock ...https://www.longecity.org/forum/topic/87615-brownbeige-adipose-tissue-activation-bat-via-cold-exposure-and-diet-for-health-and-longevity/
Heat shock - Wikipedia
The cellular response to heat shock damage, the heat shock response, includes the transcriptional up-regulation of genes ... Heat shock refers to cellular exposure to rapid stress changes such as temperature, toxins, oxidative stress, heavy metals, and ... Protein Folding in the Cytoplasm and the Heat Shock Response. Cold Spring Harb. Perspect. Biol. doi:10.1101/cshperspect.a004390 ... Introduction of heat shock to cells elicits the molecular response, the heat shock response (HSR), which repairs damages caused ...https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Heat_shock
Frontiers | Pleiotropic Roles of Cold Shock Domain Proteins in Plants | Plant Science
Cellular RNAs tend to be folded into unfavorable structures under low temperature conditions, and RNA chaperones resolve these ... In Escherichia coli, cold shock proteins (CSPs) are composed solely of a CSD and function as RNA chaperones that destabilize ... In Escherichia coli, cold shock proteins (CSPs) are composed solely of a CSD and function as RNA chaperones that destabilize ... In this review, we summarize the pleiotropic biological functions of cold shock domain proteins in plants and discuss possible ...https://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/fpls.2011.00116/full
Insects | Free Full-Text | Stress Tolerance of Bed Bugs: A Review of Factors That Cause Trauma to Cimex lectularius and C....
Cold, heat, water stress and blood feeding prompted the expression of heat shock proteins (Hsps). Pesticide application is a ... Long-term exposure to temperatures above 35 °C results in significant reduction in survival of mobile bed bugs. Eggs for C. ... The upper thermal limit for short term exposure of eggs, nymphs and adults is between 40-45 °C for the common (Cimex ... to temperatures below freezing and short term exposure (=1 h) to temperatures below −16 to −18 °C results in mortality. ...http://www.mdpi.com/2075-4450/2/2/151/htm
Cold-Shock Stress Induces Formation of a Biopolymer Flocculant by Bacillus alvei NRC-14 under Static Incubation Conditions |...
... was found to exhibit multiple-adaptive response when exposed to abiotic stress factors. In the present study, chemical and ... flocculation properties of a viscous biopolymer flocculant produced by the strain under cold-shock stress are investigated. ... After a sudden exposure to a heat shock, bacteria respond by expressing a specific set of genes . This heat shock response ... and the cellular response to this shock is called "cold shock response". Cold shock responses have been documented in almost ...http://fulltext.scholarena.co/Cold-Shock-Stress-Induces-Formation-of-a-Biopolymer-Flocculant-by-Bacillus-alvei-NRC-under-Static-Incubation-Conditions.php
Protocols and Video Articles Authored by Stephen Wigmore (Translated to Danish)
Common methodologies for examining the induction of the heat shock (stress) response require exposure of cells transfected with ... In a model of cold preservation injury, curcumin pretreatment resulted in elevation of HO-1 throughout the cold storage and ... Cell energetics were studied under the same conditions using an index of mitochondrial activity and measurement of cellular ATP ... Mar, 2007 , Pubmed ID: 17273789 Expression of inducible heat shock protein (HSP70) requires activation of heat shock ...https://www.jove.com/author/Stephen_Wigmore?language=Danish
Periodic Exposure of Keratinocytes to Cold Physical Plasma: An In Vitro Model for Redox-Related Diseases of the Skin
... cellular survival and cellular longevity. Oxidative stress impacts almost all acute and chronic progressive disorders and on a ... Open Access journal that publishes original research and review articles dealing with the cellular and molecular mechanisms of ... cellular basis is intimately linked to aging, cardiovascular disease, cancer, immune function, metabolism and neurodegeneration ... Oxidative Medicine and Cellular Longevity is a unique peer-reviewed, ...https://www.hindawi.com/journals/omcl/2016/9816072/
Frontiers | Melatonin Improved Anthocyanin Accumulation by Regulating Gene Expressions and Resulted in High Reactive Oxygen...
Under cold conditions, the foliage of wild-type Arabidopsis exhibited a deeper red color than the snat mutant. This finding ... Under cold conditions, the foliage of wild-type Arabidopsis exhibited a deeper red color than the snat mutant. This finding ... Arabidopsis grown in the melatonin-supplemented culture media showed higher survival rates in response to heat shock (Shi et al ... Integration of low temperature and light signaling during cold acclimation response in Arabidopsis. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S. ...https://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/fpls.2016.00197/full
Frontiers | Heat shock response and homeostatic plasticity | Frontiers in Cellular Neuroscience
The heat shock response enables cells to adapt to stresses such as high temperature, metabolic stress and reduced oxygen levels ... The heat shock response enables cells to adapt to stresses such as high temperature, metabolic stress and reduced oxygen levels ... This mechanism results from the production of heat shock proteins (HSPs) which maintain normal cellular functions by ... This mechanism results from the production of heat shock proteins (HSPs) which maintain normal cellular functions by ...https://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/fncel.2015.00068/full
Molecular Genetic Analysis of Human Endometrial Mesenchymal Stem Cells That Survived Sublethal Heat Shock
Stress response of stem cells is under active investigation . However, the fate of stem cells cultivated after exposure to ... and heat shock factors (HSF) as well as their involvement in the regulation of various cellular functions. Traditionally, it ... A. Maréchal and L. Zou, "DNA damage sensing by the ATM and ATR kinases," Cold Spring Harbour Perspectives in Biology, vol. 5, ... Heat shock (HS) response has been studied for decades. The research was mainly focused on the expression of heat shock proteins ...https://www.hindawi.com/journals/sci/2017/2362630/
JoVE | Peer Reviewed Scientific Video Journal - Methods and Protocols
Biochemistry, Issue 82, aging, Caenorhabditis elegans, heat shock response, neurodegenerative diseases, protein folding ... Cold-anesthetized flies are glued with head and thorax to a triangle-shaped hook the day before the experiment. Attached to the ... However, the precise cellular and molecular changes occurring at cortico-striatal synapses of the output pathways within the ... In addition to age and exposure to environmental toxins, loss of DA neurons is exacerbated by specific mutations in the coding ...https://www.jove.com/visualize/abstract/22347491/dopamine-modulates-metabolic-rate-temperature-sensitivity-drosophila
Invariance and plasticity in the Drosophila melanogastermetabolomic network in response to temperature | BMC Systems Biology |...
... developmental and adult temperature exposures. We find that temperature at which larvae are reared has a dramatic effect on ... Using network analysis, we are able to identify modules that are highly differentially expressed in response to changing ... However, a network level understanding of metabolomic responses to longer and less drastic temperature changes, which more ... Metabolomic responses to extreme thermal stress have recently been investigated in Drosophila melanogaster. ...https://bmcsystbiol.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/s12918-014-0139-6
Attfield PV (1987) Trehalose accumulates in Saccharomyces cerevisiae during exposure to agents that induce heat shock response ... Benaroudj N, Lee DH, Goldberg AL (2001) Trehalose accumulation during cellular stress protects cells and cellular proteins from ... and cold responses in arabidopsis. Plant Cell 15: 1833-1845. ... The heat shock response in yeast: differential regulations and ... For example, two crucial steps for triggering the heat shock response in yeast appear to be the initiation of sphingolipid ...http://www.plantphysiol.org/content/135/2/879
Plants | Free Full-Text | Quinoa Abiotic Stress Responses: A Review | HTML
... such as heat, cold, heavy metals, and UV-B light irradiance, are severely limited. In the last few decades, the incidence of ... summarize quinoa's physiological responses to these stressors; and (3) describe novel advances in molecular tools that can aid ... heat-shock proteins (HSPs) play a central role in the heat stress response (HSR) when plants suffer from either an abrupt or ... For instance, the thylakoid organization changed in response to exposure to UV-B . Hilal et al. (2004) found that ...https://www.mdpi.com/2223-7747/7/4/106/htm
Heat shock protein - Wikipedia
These activities are part of a cell's own repair system, called the "cellular stress response" or the "heat-shock response". ... but are now known to also be expressed during other stresses including exposure to cold, UV light, and during wound ... The dramatic upregulation of the heat shock proteins is a key part of the heat shock response and is induced primarily by heat ... Heat shock proteins (HSP) are a family of proteins that are produced by cells in response to exposure to stressful conditions. ...https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Heat_shock_protein
Frontiers | RNA-Seq Analysis of Rice Roots Reveals the Involvement of Post-Transcriptional Regulation in Response to Cadmium...
GO analysis indicated that these genes were highly enriched in oxidation reduction and cellular response to chemical stimulus. ... GO analysis indicated that these genes were highly enriched in oxidation reduction and cellular response to chemical stimulus. ... The results suggest that post-transcriptional AS regulation may also be involved in plant responses to high Cd stress. ... The results suggest that post-transcriptional AS regulation may also be involved in plant responses to high Cd stress. ...https://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/fpls.2015.01136/full
Transcriptional response of the model planctomycete Rhodopirellula baltica SH1T to changing environmental conditions | BMC...
Heat shock showed the induction of several known chaperone genes. Cold shock altered the expression of genes in lipid ... Stress responses to salinity and temperature shifts were monitored in time series experiments. Chemostat cultures grown in ... The distinct responses identified here have provided new insights into the complex adaptation machinery of this environmentally ... proteome data suggest a set of genes of unknown functions that are most probably involved in the global stress response. This ...https://bmcgenomics.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/1471-2164-10-410
Potato virus Y - Wikipedia
Gene expression studies revealed changes in expression of genes for heat-shock proteins, catalase, β-1,3-glucanase and genes ... In cold climates aphids spend the winter either as wingless aphids giving birth to live young (viviparae) or as eggs. Hosts ... PVYC induces hypersensitive responses in a wide range of potato cultivars. These reactions include the formation of mild mosaic ... The efficiency to which the antigen binds to the solid phase is dependent on temperature, length of exposure as well as ...https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Potato_virus_Y
Frontiers | ALA6, a P4-type ATPase, Is Involved in Heat Stress Responses in Arabidopsis thaliana | Plant Science
The differentially expressed genes are involved primarily in the physiological processes of stress response, cellular ... The differentially expressed genes are involved primarily in the physiological processes of stress response, cellular ... suggesting that the lipid flippase activity of ALA6 plays a vital role in heat stress responses. Transcriptome analysis reveals ... suggesting that the lipid flippase activity of ALA6 plays a vital role in heat stress responses. Transcriptome analysis reveals ...https://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/fpls.2017.01732/full
Regulation and Localization of HSP70 and HSP25 in the Kidney of Rats Undergoing Long-Term Administration of Angiotensin II |...
The heat shock response is a conserved, immediate, and transient cellular response to environmental stresses such as high ... Pelham H. Heat-shock proteins: coming in from the cold. Nature. 1988; 332: 776-777. ... Hamet et al19 have reported heightened expression of renal HSP70 in the genetic hypertensive animals only after heat exposure ... Heat shock protein 70 overexpression protects LLC-PK1 tubular cells from heat shock but not hypoxia. Kidney Int. 1999; 55: 189- ...http://hyper.ahajournals.org/content/39/1/122
NAVER Academic | Effect of benzyl alcohol and ethanol on cold-shock response ofBacillus subtilis
Benzyl alcohol and ethanol were found to exhibit an opposite effect on cold adaptation ofBacillus subtilis. The growth lag induced in bacteria by temperature shift-down was reduced in the presence of benzyl alcohol from 80 to 58 min, whereas ethanol prolonged this interval up to 102 min. In parallel, the physical state of the cytoplasmic membrane in intact bacteria was examined with the help of steady-state fluorescence anisotropy of diphenylhexatriene. Benzyl alcohol decreased the anisotropy as a consequence of membrane fluidization whereas ethanol increased its value, suggesting membrane rigidization. The correlation of growth and fluorescence data indicates that the control of membrane structure represents an important part of bacterial adaptation to cold.http://academic.naver.com/article.naver?doc_id=34670555
Characterisation of salt and cold stress response mechanisms in Listeria monocytogenes as revealed by whole genome microarray...
Osmoadaptation of four L. monocytogenes strains, possessing different tolerances to NaCl, revealed a clear pattern in terms of genomic expression. Prolonged exposure to high levels of NaCl was coupled with activation of genes associated with the bacterial cell envelope, DNA repair and protein synthesis. Repression of genes associated with carbohydrate up-take and metabolism was evident in osmo-adapted cells reflecting the overall suppression of cellular metabolism characterised by reduced growth rate of these cells. In addition the initial stage of osmo-adaptation, was examined in strain ATCC 19115 (serotype 4b) post short exposure to 10.0% (w/v) NaCl to investigate continuous spectrum of gene expression in response to osmotic stress in this organism. Gene enrichment analysis revealed a prominent, almost reverse gene expression profile in response to shock, ...https://eprints.utas.edu.au/10784/
Ref - Jones and Inouye 1996. Mol.Microbiol. 21:1207-1218
Jones, P.G., M. Inouye 1996. RbfA, a 30S ribosomal binding factor, is a cold-shock protein whose absence triggers the cold-shock response. Mol.Microbiol. 21:1207- ...http://cgsc2.biology.yale.edu/Reference.php?ID=49735
University of Illinois Extension serving Christian, Jersey, Macoupin and Montgomery Counties
URBANA, Ill. - Winters in eastern Russia are intensely cold, with air temperatures regularly reaching -30 degrees Fahrenheit in some locations. It is a seemingly inhospitable climate, but native plants have found ways to thrive there. University of Illinois plant geneticist Erik Sacks suspected one of these plants may hold the key to breeding cold-tolerant food and biomass crops. To find out, the modern-day botanical explorer set off across eastern Russia with colleagues from the N. I. Vavilov All-Russian Institute of Plant Genetic Resources (VIR) to collect specimens of the perennial grass Miscanthus sacchariflorus.. "Miscanthus is part of a tribe of grasses, the Andropogoneae, that includes sorghum, sugarcane, and corn," Sacks explains. "Because it is found so far north, this population of Miscanthus sacchariflorus is likely the most cold-hardy of that group. If we want to improve cold hardiness in this very important group of plants, this ...http://web.extension.illinois.edu/cjmm/news/news34727.html
Lin28 cold-shock domain complex - Stock Image C035/5941 - Science Photo Library
Lin28 cold-shock domain complex. Computer model showing the structure of a Lin28 cold-shock domain (purple) complexed with the single-stranded DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid) fragment heptathymidine (yellow). - Stock Image C035/5941http://www.sciencephoto.com/media/847339/view
Experts search for cold-tolerant weevils
Unusually cold temperatures in the northern parishes are expected to have killed 90 percent of the salvinia weevils used to combat the invasive aquatic plant giant salvinia, which is clogging,Newshttp://theinquisitor.com/article-3242-experts-search-for-cold-tolerant-weevils.html
Comparative transcriptomics analysis reveals difference of key gene expression between banana and plantain in response to cold...
Low temperature is one of the key environmental stresses that many plants have to cope with during their life cycle, which can influence growth, development, as well as the yield, quality, postharvest life, and geographic distribution of crop plants [1,2]. Cold stress can be classified as chilling (0-15°C) and freezing (,0°C) stresses. Generally, plants from temperate regions have the capacity to cold acclimate, that is, to develop increased freezing tolerance after being exposed to low, nonfreezing temperatures , but many important crops, such as rice, maize, soybean, cotton, and tomato, which originated in the tropics and subtropics, lack the cold acclimation mechanism and are sensitive to chilling stress . Moreover, different varieties of the same species can also exhibit a high degree of genetic variability for cold tolerance [5-7]. In conventional crop cross-breeding, the cold-tolerant varieties are usually used ...https://bmcgenomics.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/s12864-015-1551-z
Diabetic Coma Recovery: What You Need To Know
A diabetic coma occurs when severe levels of uncontrolled blood sugar are not corrected. This article looks at the recovery process for this complication.https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/311193.php?sr
Rapid decline of cold tolerance at young age is associated with expression of stress genes in Drosophila melanogaster | Journal...
Conflicting mechanisms may underlie different kinds of stress tolerance; for example, cold tolerance and heat tolerance may entail opposite changes in membrane fluidity (Whitman, 2009). However, adaptation to one extreme does not necessarily cause maladaptation to the other (Angilletta, 2009). Common elements may underlie general mechanisms of stress tolerance (Kültz, 2005). For example, Hsp proteins are key players in conferring tolerance to nearly all kinds of stresses (Sørensen et al., 2003; Whitman, 2009), including heat (Welte et al., 1993; Feder, 1999; Gong and Golic, 2006) and cold stress (Colinet et al., 2010b; Kostál and Tollarova-Borovanska, 2009; Rinehart et al., 2007). Thus, hsp genes represent prime candidates for investigating molecular correlates at young age. A previous study (Pappas et al., 2007) found that the basal expression of the protein Hsp70 did not vary according to age, and we corroborate this observation at the ...http://jeb.biologists.org/content/216/2/253
"EVALUATION OF NOVEL INPUT OUTPUT TRAITS IN SORGHUM THROUGH BIOTECHNOLO" by Tejinder K. Mall
Sorghum [Sorghum bicolor (L.) Moench] is the fifth most important cereal crop world-wide as well as an important source of feed, fiber and biofuel. It is a C4 plant and is well adapted to environments subject to high temperature and water limitation. Despite these agronomic qualities, it suffers from limitations of sensitivity to low temperature and the grain has drawbacks in relation to functionality and digestibility. The objectives of this study are: 1. To promote seed germination at low temperature and to enhance the seedling cold tolerance. 2. To enhance the grain digestibility and functionality. In an attempt to augment cold tolerance, we introduced the glycine rich RNA binding protein gene atRZ-1a from Arabidopsis, Bcl-2 mRNA sequence 725-1428 representing the 3' non coding region of the gene from humans and rice Ca-dependent protein kinase 7 (OsCDPK7), all of which are known to improve the cold tolerance of plants. None of these genes resulted in the ...http://digitalcommons.unl.edu/agronhortdiss/17/
Repositorio da Producao Cientifica e Intelectual da Unicamp: Myelopoietic response in mice exposed to acute cold/restraint...
In this study, hematopoietic cells from mice pretreated with CVE and exposed to acute cold/restraint stress were stimulated in the presence of growth factors to form colonies, thus providing accurate information about the modulation of the green algae of the stress-induced changes in the hematopoietic response. Our results demonstrated that exposure to acute stress affected hematopoiesis. Mice exposed for a 2.5-hour time period of cold and restraint presented diminished clonal capacity for CFU-GM content per femur, which was decreased by as much as 50% compared with that in control mice, in spite of the significant increase in serum colony-stimulating activity (CSA). Treatment with 50 mg/kg CVE for 5 days, previously to the stress regimen, attenuates the effects of the stress, since comparable levels of myeloid progenitors were found in the bone marrow of both CVE/stress and control mice. Moreover, the sera from stressed ...http://repositorio.unicamp.br/jspui/handle/REPOSIP/81933
Nurture Seedlings on a Tiered Growing Stand | Fine Gardening
So I came up with a design not unlike those in the catalogs that tucks away neatly in a corner of my basement. The rack holds about 160 plants in 2-1/4-inch peat pots on each of its three shelves, as well as 160 more on top, with a ceiling fluorescent providing the light for the plants on this bonus shelf. That's a total of 640 plants that I can start and grow to transplant size in an area little more than 5 square feet. And by staggering my plantings and moving cold-tolerant plants out as soon as the weather has settled in early spring, I can start many more plants yet. The money I saved in a single season--by starting from seed rather than buying flats--more than offset the initial cost of the rack (a bit less than $200 for everything -- lumber, hardware, lights, fixtures, gang outlet, timer).. The rack is easy to build, too. All the pieces are stock 2x2s, and the hardware holding it together is nothing more than screws, nuts, and bolts. All you need to do is cut the 2x2s to length, drill ...http://www.finegardening.com/nurture-seedlings-tiered-growing-stand?tid=1012
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David R. Foster1. Four great ice ages covered large parts of the upper northern hemisphere under solid ice as thick as one mile. The last glacier began to retreat from the future northeastern United States around 10,000 B.C.E., leaving a changed landscape with deeper valleys and huge inland seas. The residual glacial till, gravel, sand, and clay gradually broke down to create soil that allowed creeping, cold-tolerant plants to form a cover of tundra. The climate slowly warmed, and trees took root; a boreal forest of spruce and fir grew first. Pine and hemlock followed, joined later by hardwoods- maple, beech, and birch, then hickory, oak, and ash. This forest would continually change in response to climate, fire, new species, wind, disease, and human activity.. With the increasing vegetation, including nutritious plants that supported a variety of animals, predecessors of the Algonquin and Iroquois arrived. They lived here for thousands of years as ...http://johnhuddlestonphoto.com/index.php/forest/text/
KEGG GENOME: Pusillimonas sp. T7-7
Complete genome sequence of Pusillimonas sp. T7-7, a cold-tolerant diesel oil-degrading bacterium isolated from the Bohai Sea in China ...http://www.genome.jp/dbget-bin/www_bget?gn:T01486
Mushroom Observer: Observation 128117: Volvariella volvacea (Bull.) Singer
Mushroom Observer, Inc., has been recognized as a section 501(c)(3) public charity serving educational purposes. Your donations will help us maintain free online access to all the mycological observations already recorded, and to continue to improve the platform to make the collected information even more useful ...http://mushroomobserver.org/observer/show_observation/128117
Significant differences in responses to intraperitoneally injected tyramine or cold exposure (-10 degrees C) were observed in young (3-4 mo) male Sprague-Dawley (S-D) and Fischer 344 (F344) rats cold-acclimated (CA) or non-cold-acclimated (non-CA). Non-CA S-D and F344 rats respond to tyramine by increased O2 uptake and elevation of colonic temperature, but, as we had reported previously, the optimal doses of tyramine required was significantly different for these two strains, i.e., 2 mg/kg for F344 vs. 20 mg/kg for S-D. The response to tyramine was significantly potentiated by cold acclimation in both strains of rats. Despite the different dosages of tyramine given to the animals, similar increases in O2 uptakes and colonic temperatures were observed. Differences between these two strains were also evident in their responses ...http://ajpendo.physiology.org/content/246/2/E141
Regions/Europe/Jamboree/Blog - 2011.igem.org
Amsterdam. This year Amsterdam are hosting the regional conference, so it's good to se them represented as a new team as well. They are working on making E. Coli that will grow at temperatures far below normal limits. They also aimed to make coli better at resisting frost. Apparently they have had some success in making the cold resistance work. If you want to read more check our post!. Bilkent_UNAM-Turkey. This team is working on using microalgae for biodegradation. Now this use of microorganisms has been a returning theme for many years, but algae are still somewhat new on the iGEM scene. Bilkent_UNAM are specifically working on degrading TNT. Apparently they didn't get to test their constructs against. Copenhagen. It's good to see a new Danish team in the competition. Copenhagen are working with cytochrome P450 hydroxylases to rid the world of evil. They want to use E. coli expressing two different CYP's to bring death to fungi and environmental estrogens. They seem to have had a bumpy ...http://2011.igem.org/wiki/index.php?title=Regions/Europe/Jamboree/Blog&oldid=206451
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in Lancet Neurology (2016), 15. Background Between pathologically impaired consciousness and normal consciousness exists a scarcely researched transition zone, referred to as emergence from minimally conscious state, in which patients ... [more ▼]. Background Between pathologically impaired consciousness and normal consciousness exists a scarcely researched transition zone, referred to as emergence from minimally conscious state, in which patients regain the capacity for functional communication, object use, or both. We investigated neural correlates of consciousness in these patients compared with patients with disorders of consciousness and healthy controls, by multimodal imaging. Methods In this cross-sectional, multimodal imaging study, patients with unresponsive wakefulness syndrome, patients in a minimally conscious state, and patients who had emerged from a minimally conscious state, diagnosed with the Coma Recovery Scale-Revised, were recruited from the neurology department of the ...http://orbi.ulg.ac.be/browse?type=authorulg&rpp=20&value=Tshibanda%2C+Luaba+p008580
Difference between revisions of "Individual Journal Week 12" - OpenWetWare
The majority of these functions deal with the degradation and modification of RNA. I am struggling to figure out how to differentiate between up-regulated and down-regulated genes based on geneontology website or the data given, but considering that the t15, t30, t60, t90 are up-regulated, while only t-120 is down-regulated, it would probably be reasonable to assume that these functions are mostly up-regulated. This would mean that due to cold-shock, cells primarily increase the breakdown of RNA,and mores specifically non-coding RNA, as suggested by the GO terms. This suggests that cold-shock induces translation in order to produce specific proteins involved in stress response ...https://openwetware.org/wiki/?title=Individual_Journal_Week_12&curid=133274&diff=0&oldid=690814
Difference between revisions of "Individual Journal Week 12" - OpenWetWare
The majority of these functions deal with the degradation and modification of RNA. I am struggling to figure out how to differentiate between up-regulated and down-regulated genes based on geneontology website or the data given, but considering that the t15, t30, t60, t90 are up-regulated, while only t-120 is down-regulated, it would probably be reasonable to assume that these functions are mostly up-regulated. This would mean that due to cold-shock, cells primarily increase the breakdown of RNA,and mores specifically non-coding RNA, as suggested by the GO terms. This suggests that cold-shock induces translation in order to produce specific proteins involved in stress response ...https://openwetware.org/wiki/?title=Individual_Journal_Week_12&curid=133274&diff=690788&oldid=690787
Cold Treatment Linked To Brain-Eating Amoeba
Two people have died in Louisiana in recent months from a rare brain-eating amoeba that health officials have traced to a common cold treatment.https://www.consumeraffairs.com/news04/2011/12/cold-treatment-linked-to-brain-eating-amoeba.html
Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) and Microwave Radiometry (MR) Based Measurement of the Efficacy of Hot and Cold Treatments at...
PhD Project - Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) and Microwave Radiometry (MR) Based Measurement of the Efficacy of Hot and Cold Treatments at University of Edinburgh, listed on FindAPhD.comhttps://www.findaphd.com/search/projectdetails.aspx?PJID=88386
Organic Abundant Bloomsdale
An improved savoyed spinach developed by the Organic Seed Alliance in partnership with organic farmers. Boasts cold tolerance and high yields. Heirloom varieties of the past are cherished for their flavor, beauty, and unique growing qualities, but the farhttp://hudsonvalleyseed.com/abundant-bloomsdale.html
A) Effect of RCC1 depletion on Rch1 recycling. tsBN2 | Open-i
(A) Effect of RCC1 depletion on Rch1 recycling. tsBN2 cells were injected with Rch133-529 into the cytoplasm followed by incubation at 33.5°C (a and b) orhttps://openi.nlm.nih.gov/detailedresult.php?img=PMC2139786_JCB.29183f7b&req=4
ஹரிஹரனின் உலகங்கள்: (100) மிக ஆபத்தான மருந்துகள் D cold, விக்ஸ் action 500
கண்பார்வை பாதிப்பு, நரம்பு பாதிப்பு, பக்கவாதம், புற்று நோய், கல்லீரல் பாதிப்பு, எலும்பு மஜ்ஜை பாதிப்பு, தடம் மாறிய இதயத்துடிப்பு என்று மிக ஆபத்தான பின் விளைவுகளை ஏற்படுத்தும் மெடிக்கல்ஸ்டோரில் சாதாரணமாக இந்தியாவில் கிடைக்கக் கூடிய மருந்துகளைத் தாங்களும், தங்கள் பெற்றோர், உறவினர், நண்பர்கள் எனப் பயன்படுத்துவோர்க்கு எச்சரிக்கை செய்து இம்மருந்துகளை உட்கொள்ளாமல் ...http://harimakesh.blogspot.com/2007/01/100-d-cold-action-500.html