resting cell


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resting cell

[′rest·iŋ ‚sel]
(cell and molecular biology)
An interphase cell.
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Methane Formation in Resting Cells. Evidence in favor for the hypothesis that methanol is the preferred substrate came from experiments with resting cells.
It subdivides the cell population into local concentrations of primed TICLs E, tumour cells T, interleukin 2 concentration [IL.sub.2], tumour-immune cell complex C, a chemokine [alpha], and resting cells R.
The predator, that is, immune system, is eradicating tumor cells in two stages: one is hunting cells and another is resting cells. Here, we are considering that hunting cells can slaughter tumor cells, but resting cells cannot.
As discussed before, in resting cells, RIG-I and MDA5 are kept in a closed conformation (signal off) by their CTD.
They showed that Oct1 blocks stable repression of genes involved in immunity in resting cells that had been previously activated by a pathogen.
1H RMN: Una herramienta rapida para la cuantificacion de la etanolisis sin solvente del aceite de coco mediante resting cells fungicas y Existencia de super y sub soluciones en orden inverso con respecto a una variable de un modelo de acidogenesis para la digestion anaerobia.
Upon CD3/CD28 activation, the mRNA expression of the decoy IL-1 receptors increased in every Teff and Treg samples examined (statistically significant differences at 24 hours after activation in psoriatic Teff IL-1R2 mRNA expression; and in both healthy and psoriatic Treg IL-1R2 and sIL-1R2 mRNA expression compared to baseline resting cells).
The percentage of apoptosis was calculated by determining the area under the histogram greater than background staining in resting cells. Serum starvation was used as a positive control for apoptosis.
PGI-loaded resting cells not exposed to [Zn.sup.2+] observed during the same testing period showed < 4% increase in fluorescence intensity (Figure 1E).
Siliciano's team mimicked HIV latency in a lab dish using a gene called Bcl-2 to turn normal CD4s into resting cells capable of hosting the dormant form of HIV.
In cometabolism, biotransformation of the non-growth substrate is achieved either by growing cells in the presence of a growth substrate, by resting cells in the absence of a growth substrate, or by resting cells in the presence of an energy source (Criddle, 1993).