This strategy will involve the synthesis and characterisation of new low molecular weight oligomers which are , in turn, functionalised with molecular receptor
The molecular receptor
status, ki67 levels, and tumor grade are obtained by immunohistochemical analyses on tissue samples  from core needle biopsy (CNB).
In a paper published in Cardiovascular Research, he and a number of other investigators from Toronto and Montreal describe how TIRF revealed the unexpected role of a molecular receptor
that facilitates transcytosis, the ability of cholesterol to move through endothelial cells.
The current work examines the related gene TAS2R16, which codes for a molecular receptor
that binds salicin.
When adenosine binds to a molecular receptor
on brain cells called A1, it reduces the activity of neurons and lessens the strength of gamma rhythms.
Caffeine prevents adenosine binding to a molecular receptor
on brain cells called A1, thereby blocking its effects and boosting gamma rhythms.
Every time a T cell matures in the thymus it rearranges its DNA to create a molecular receptor
that can recognize pathogens and other foreign molecules, leaving loops of excised DNA behind.
"Drugs should target more than one particular molecular structure and molecular receptor
in the central nervous system.
DeLuca and his colleagues synthesized 2MD by tinkering with a part of the vitamin D molecule that binds to a molecular receptor
on the surface of cells.
However, they still haven't found the molecular receptor
that allows resistin to bind to cells.
"The nice thing about this is that you make nature give you the selectivity you want," notes chemist and molecular receptor
specialist Donald J.
Researchers last week reported identifying and cloning the molecular receptor
that enables rhinoviruses to infect human nasal-passage cells.