intracellular


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intracellular

[¦in·trə′sel·yə·lər]
(cell and molecular biology)
Within a cell.
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Thanks to the facilities at the European Space Agency, I was able to determine how hypergravity and simulated microgravity affect the intracellular trafficking in the rapidly growing pollen tube," asserted Dr.
The most exciting aspect is the fact that lapatinib is really the first of many targeted intracellular agents in breast cancer and already numerous other tyrosine kinase inhibitors aimed at many aspects of the cytokine cascade are in clinical development and being studied in breast cancer.
To investigate this assumption, we measured smooth muscle contraction and the change of intracellular [Ca.
His laboratory continues to examine the relationship between the intracellular changes in macrophages exposed to HIV and the resulting pathogenesis.
The origins of intracellular immunization date to 1988, when investigators first blocked the replication of a virus by providing cells with genes that encode a mutant version of a protein naturally made by the virus.
94 average intracellular water percentage, while those who drink 7-8 cups per day exhibit a 25.
Many of these targets are intracellular protein-protein interactions (PPI).
Dr Vaeck will give an update on Complix and its recent progress in developing CPABs against intracellular targets to generate novel first-in-class therapeutics.
Complix CEO Dr Mark Vaeck stated that the results generated so far indicate that the platform has the potential to transform the pharmaceutical industry's ability to address the class of potential drug targets, namely intracellular protein-protein interactions (PPIs).
After seizure initiation, this intracellular sodium buildup is required to terminate the seizure," he added.
Essential for controlling intracellular pathogens, cell-mediated immunity involves lymphocyte recognition of cell-associated foreign antigens, followed by destruction of the infected host cells.

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