adenosine


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adenosine

[ə′den·ə‚sēn]
(biochemistry)
C10H13N5O4 A nucleoside composed of adenine andD-ribose.
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Adenosine was known to reduce glutamate levels by inhibiting this neurotransmitter's release.
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Measurement of ADA based on spectrophotometric measurement of coloured indophenols complex from ammonia liberated from adenosine.
Varghese's team is now investigating exactly how adenosine signaling promotes bone formation.
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The report reviews Adenosine Receptor A3 (ADORA3) targeted therapeutics under development by companies and universities/research institutes based on information derived from company and industry-specific sources
Adenosine deaminase activity in pleural effusions: an aid to differential diagnosis.
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Adenosine is also active on the Na channel of the PV cells by removing the voltage-dependent [I.
The process is halted due to a newly identified signaling from an adenosine receptor, the A2b adenosine receptor (A2bAR) to a stem cell factor, known as KLF4, which regulates stem cell maintenance.
Normally, the adenosine produced over time locks into these receptors and produces a feeling of tiredness.