granin


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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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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.
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.
The human chromogranin A (CgA) protein, a member of the granin family, is an acidic 439 amino acid protein with a sequence containing several mono--and dibasic cleavage sites.
Chromogranin A (CgA) is a member of the granin family of acidic proteins that are found in the secretory granules of many endocrine and neuroendocrine cells.
He had added my name to a list of writers that the American PEN Center was inviting to the United States: Granin, Iskander, Yunna Morits, the translator Golyshev, and me.
In addition, according to other researchers at a recent meeting on BRCA1, the Seattle-Nashville collaboration reiterated its belief that the gene's protein is a secreted granin.
Human chromogranin A (CgA), a member of the granin family, is an acidic 439-amino acid protein with a widespread expression in endocrine cells and neurons (1-3).
Jerome, and Alexander Milne, poetry collections by the Ukrainians Mikola Vihranovski and Ivan Drach, and extensive prose works by the Russian writers Aleksandr Grin, Daniil Granin and Konstantin Paustovsky.
Recently, the protein product has also been shown to contain a granin motif and may be secreted from the cell [9].
Researchers then noted that BRCA1 contains an unusual string of 10 amino acids, known as the granin motif.