cytosol


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cytosol

[′sīd·ə‚säl or ′sīd·ə‚sōl]
(cell and molecular biology)
The fluid portion of the cytoplasm, that is, the cytoplasm exclusive of organelles and membranes.
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Cytosol/Particulate Rapid Separation Kit (BioVision) was used to isolate blood cytosol.
The simulations presented here indicate that MP-mediated increases in cAMP are insufficient to substantially activate downstream effectors within the cytosol of PMVECs.
It should, however, be noted that the EGSH in the cytosol or mitochondrial matrix is much more sensitive to an increase in GSSG than to depletion of GSH.
Considering the cytosol of circular shaped fibroblasts, the region is divided into 80 coaxial circular elements [fig.
The entry of CTA1 to the cell cytosol is the key step for intoxication because CTA1 catalyzes the ADP ribosylation of the trimeric Gsa component of AC.
KLK2 and KLK3 were found in breast milk, breast cytosol, breast cyst fluid, saliva, and urine but at much lower concentrations than in seminal plasma.
2+] transport from the cytosol into the lumen of SR (1, 6).
Considering the elevated metal concentrations occurring naturally in the digestive gland of cephalopods, the aim of our study was to investigate the metal distribution between the different organelles and the cytosol and to provide insight on the implication of hydrophilic proteins such as MTs in the detoxification mechanisms.
Rapid clearance from serum, high labeling index and absence of tissue specificity make Penetratin peptides efficient vehicles for systemic delivery of therapeutics interacting with drug targets in the cellular cytosol and nucleus.
STAARVISC(TM)-II distributed by STAAR Surgical Company and Shellgel(TM) for Cytosol Ophthalmics, Inc.
Prolactin (PRL)-stimulated Nb2 cells were used as the primary source of cytosol and membrane proteins because it has been demonstrated that PRL induces expression of Hsp70 in these cells.