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granin

[′gran·ən]
(biochemistry)
Any of a group of proteins that localize to secretory vesicles, are secreted by a regulated pathway, are posttranslationally glycosylated, and are typically responsive to hormones.
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41-46, 56-68; Dieter de Bruyn and Michel de Dobbeleer, "Mastering the Siege: Ideology and the Plot of the Leningrad Blockade and the Warsaw Uprising in Adamovich and Granin, and Bialoszewski," Ljubljana 32, 2 (2009): 53-76; Tat'iana Voronina, "Sotsialisticheskii istorizm: Obrazy leningradskoi blokady v sovetskoi istoricheskoi nauke," Zhurnal'nyi zal, http://magazines.
Chromogranins, including chromogranin A (CgA), are members of the granin family of neuroendocrine secretory proteins located in the secretory vesicles of neurons and endocrine cells.
We have previously demonstrated the potential of the granin proteins as prognostic biomarkers in patients with cardiovascular (CV) disease (3-6), including a recent study that identified SN as a potent prognostic biomarker in patients with acute heart failure (7).
BRCA1 is secreted and exhibits properties of a granin.
There are other descriptions of marine light: (Derr, 1973; Kilbourne and Saucedo, 1981; Tsukuda, 1997; Soter, 1999; Stothers, 2004; Ulusoy and Ikeya, 2008; Granin et al.
Me refiero a libros como los de Daniil Granin y Ales Adamovich acerca del sitio (nazi) a Leningrado.
In 2012, the winners included: poet Alexander Gorodnitsky, for a serial film "Atlases hold the sky"; Russian mathematic and composer Alexander Sukhanov for original music and for the lines to music of classic poets; Russian writer and public activist Daniil Granin for several of his books; and poet and philosopher Grigory Habulava for a book of poems, "A Foothold.
In her diaries, Reimann refers to Zola, Balzac, detective novels, architecture journals, Rilke, and the mid-century Soviet writer Daniel Granin.
Chromogranin A (CGA, also referred to as parathyroid secretory protein 1,encoded by gene CHGA) is a member of the granin (chromogranin and secretogranin) family of neuroendocrine secretory proteins, a family of regulated secretory proteins ubiquitously found in the cores of amine/peptide hormone and neurotransmitter dense-core secretory vesicles.
Blackpool v IpswichWinger Elliot Granin may miss out with a foot injury, while James Hurst and Daniel Bogdanovic could make their debuts.
This is starkly presented in After the Wedding, a novel by Daniil Granin in which the khrushchevka (22) serves as a focal point.
De este modo, podemos decir que asi como Chernichevski ha asesinado a Eva, los nuevos rusos, entre ellos el biologo disidente Arkadi Granin y el empresario Mijail Jodorkovski, con la ayuda de los economistas del Fondo Monetario Internacional, han transformado --dice el narrador-- Rusia en una economia de mercado y la han destruido en el proceso (101).