extracellular


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extracellular

[¦ek·strə′sel·yə·lər]
(biology)
Outside the cell.
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3, and the extracellular carbonic anhydrase enzyme activity were immediately measured using the titrimetric method of Wilbur and Anderson with modification according to Rigobello-Masini et al.
sup][19] Following chromatin decondensation, the loose chromatin mixes with the granular cytoplasm and various proteins, and then all of which are ejected into the extracellular space, forming NETs.
In essence, these growth factors work in harmony to nourish and restore the functionality and appearance of the extracellular matrix to help retain healthy, youthful skin.
The effect of different carbon sources on extracellular production of fructosyltransferase by A.
Although CySS did not change in the absence of cells, there was an exponential decline in extracellular CySS in both the young and old cell cultures (Figure 3(a)).
In this study we aimed to fuse extracellular domain of ctla-4 gene to Fc region of human igg1 gene.
Extracellular vesicles are well described to mediate cell-cell communication by fusing with remote cells and transferring bioactive contents such as DNA, RNA, and cytokines.
Taken together, these factors lead to cumulative alterations of appearance, function and skin structure such as modifications in the architecture of the extracellular matrix (ECM).
Similar experiments used DNase to hydrolyze extracellular DNA during biofilm formation.
Previous research as shown that the extracellular matrix protein mindin contributes to allergic airways disease, but the role of mindin in non-allergic airways disease has not been explored.
It is a trans-membrane protein: part of it (the extracellular domain, EpEx) protrudes outside the cell, while the rest (the intracellular domain, Ep-ICD) stays in the cytoplasm.