adenosine


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adenosine

[ə′den·ə‚sēn]
(biochemistry)
C10H13N5O4 A nucleoside composed of adenine andD-ribose.
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3]H]adenosine (3 nmol/L; 1 pmol/300 [micro]L assay volume), and various concentrations (1, 10, 30, 100, 300, and 1000 nmol/L) of unlabeled adenosine.
Cronstein, holds patents on the use of adenosine [A.
It also nearly tripled the accumulation of adenosine in treated muscles.
Modulation of slow wave activity may be the result of activation of the adenosine A1 receptors located on neurons.
Studies by Morabito and colleagues first determined whether methotrexate induced an increase of extracellular adenosine via intracellular adenosine production or was generated extracellularly from adenine nucleotides.
An important finding of the study is that in most regular coffee drinkers about half of the A1 adenosine receptors may be occupied by caffeine.
The report includes a compilation of currently active projects in research and development of novel adenosine receptor agonists & antagonists.
In contrast, using brown fat cells removed from humans during surgery, the scientists investigated the signaling pathway for fat activation using adenosine.
2007) TOR-induced resistance to toxic adenosine analogs in Leishmania brought about by the internalization and degradation of the adenosine permease.
This is because the brain adapts to regular caffeine use by producing more adenosine receptors for binding to actual adenosine instead of caffeine molecules.
The aim of this bench study was to investigate whether adenosine influences secretion of interleukin-10 (IL-10) in human whole blood culture stimulated with lipopolysaccharide.