Disordered phosphorylation disrupts the normal colocalization of tau with microtubules
, leading to further phosphorylation at fibrillogenic sites and/or cleavage by caspases.
Let V denote a perimembranous region or a spatial region in the vicinity of a cytoskeletal microtubule
Certainly, further studies of colchicine and other microtubule
inhibitor derivatives are needed in such patients with ESs due to ICD.
Stephano and Gould (2000) proposed that MAP kinase is involved in sperm centrosome suppression based on the observation for microtubule
organization in which MAP kinase is inhibited during meiosis in oyster eggs.
Wheat roots were fixed in 4% paraformaldehyde and 1% glutaraldehyde in microtubule
stabilizing buffer (MSB; 50 mM PIPES (Sigma , St.
However, little is known about whether curcumin influences the anticancer effect of vinblastine through the alteration of microtubule
dynamics or a decrease in ROS production in cervical cancer cells.
From these, the percentage of eggs containing the microtubule
array was determined.
For examination and recording of the disintegration of sperm flagella by microtubule
sliding, the 40x BM objective was usually used, while the 100x DL objective was for more precise measurement.
These results demonstrate that spindle size is correlated with microtubule
amount, and that spindle shape and microtubule
density are dynamically maintained and unaffected by the physical intervention of 'cutting.
In cells of the reproductive cycle, a nuclear-based radial microtubule
system (RMS) replaces the hoop-like cortical system and PPBs are absent.
structure is experimentally destabilized in a growth cone, it becomes more like a refraction bulb, and, as a consequence, axonal growth stops.
Taxol is a typical microtubule
stabilizing drug of the first group.