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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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De tal forma Yuri abandona sus reportajes concernientes a Chechenia y se concentra "en rastrear las maniobras financieras de Mijail Jodorkovski y Arkadi Granin" (430).
Kirillin, G, Lepparanta, M, Terzhevik, A, Granin, N, Bernhardt, J., Engelhardt, C, Efremova, T, et al.
Chromogranin A is a 439-residue-long glycoprotein [15,16], a member of a larger family of soluble secretory proteins (granin proteins) that includes also chromogranin B (CgB), secretogranin (Sg) II (CgC), Sg III (1B1075), Sg IV (HISL-19), Sg V (7B2) and Sg VI (NESP55), Sg VII (VGF), and Sg VIII (proSAAS) [12], localized in secretory granules of neuroendocrine cells, neurons, and the adrenal medulla [17].
(9) Ibid., 41-46, 56-68; Dieter de Bruyn and Michel de Dobbeleer, "Mastering the Siege: Ideology and the Plot of the Leningrad Blockade and the Warsaw Uprising in Adamovich and Granin, and Bialoszewski," Ljubljana 32, 2 (2009): 53-76; Tat'iana Voronina, "Sotsialisticheskii istorizm: Obrazy leningradskoi blokady v sovetskoi istoricheskoi nauke," Zhurnal'nyi zal, http://magazines.russ.ni/nz/2013/l/vl5.html.
Chromogranins, including chromogranin A (CgA), are members of the granin family of neuroendocrine secretory proteins located in the secretory vesicles of neurons and endocrine cells.
Rosa, "The granin (chromogranin/secretogranin) family," Trends in Biochemical Sciences, vol.
Secretoneurin (SN) is a 33-amino acid peptide belonging to the chromogranin-secretogranin (granin) protein family (2).
BRCA1 is secreted and exhibits properties of a granin. Nat Genet.
There are other descriptions of marine light: (Derr, 1973; Kilbourne and Saucedo, 1981; Tsukuda, 1997; Soter, 1999; Stothers, 2004; Ulusoy and Ikeya, 2008; Granin et al., 2012) differing from each other and with little detail.
Me refiero a libros como los de Daniil Granin y Ales Adamovich acerca del sitio (nazi) a Leningrado.
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."