"Our results indicate that sperm sialic
acids may interact with endometrial Siglecs and that these interactions facilitate sperm survival in the face of female immunity," the researchers wrote in their study.
Therefore, combinations of existing medicines, including FLU-IVIG, with sialic
acid blockers could increase their efficacy while future-proofing against the next pandemic."
(27) increased Pannuzio Phosphate, sialic
Human et al.
Determination and clinical evaluation of sialic
acid and mucoprotein in bovine blood.
It has been found that while the hypoxic environment enhances the invasiveness and metastatic ability of cancer cells (e.g., HeLa; adenocarcinoma, CaCo-2; colorectal adenocarcinoma and LS174T Dukes' type B; colorectal adenocarcinoma), it also induces the production of KDN in these cells by creating changes in the sialic
acid metabolism (4, 6).
LLC), which constitutes the large majority compound in sialic
acid, was dissolved in distilled water at the concentration of 0.5 mg/mL.
Isoform-specific effects of sialic
acid on voltage-dependent Na+ channel gating: functional sialic
acids are localized to the S5-S6 loop of domain I.
acid is an essential nutrient for brain development and cognition.
To evaluate the usefulness of sialic
acid as an indicator for severity of the disease.
Increased serum sialic
acid levels in primary osteoarthritis and inactive rheumatoid arthritis.
acid and citric acid have been demonstrated in the secretory cells of bulbo-urethral glands of Rousettus (Sapkal); P.
Higuchi  proposed that the use of TS could lead to the regression of the atherosclerotic process by eliminating Mycoplasmas through its capacity of reallocating sialic
acids, a family of amino sugars, which are involved in cell-tocell interactions and signaling functions in hematopoietic, immune, and nervous systems .