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3,161 Possible Causes for II, disassembly, envelope, meiosis, nuclear

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  • Microcephaly

    Author information 1 Dipartimento di Medicina Molecolare e Biotecnologie Mediche DMMBM, Università di Napoli Federico II, Via Sergio Pansini 5, Naples, 80131, Italy. 2 CEINGE[] […] phylogenetic analyses showed that the virus shares 97-100% of its genomic identity with lineages isolated during an outbreak in French Polynesia in 2013, and that in both envelope[] The cohesin complex is an evolutionarily conserved multi-subunit protein complex which regulates sister chromatid cohesion during mitosis and meiosis.[] Most recently, variants in the tubulin cofactor D (TBCD) gene, which encodes one of the five co-chaperones required for assembly and disassembly of α/β-tubulin heterodimer[] The founder mutation was associated with concomitant reduction in NUP107 protein and in the obligate binding partner NUP133 protein, as well as density of nuclear pores in[]

  • Influenza Virus

    Abstract We report a 4-year-old boy with hyperprolinaemia type II presenting acute encephalopathy associated with influenza virus type A infection.[] During viral infection, FPR2 is activated by annexinA1, which is present in the envelope of influenza viruses; this activation promotes virus replication.[] Here we present a nuclear role for TRIM25 in specifically restricting influenza A virus replication.[] […] of the importin-β protein family, transportin 1, binds to influenza A virus matrix protein M1 and promotes its removal from the viral ribonucleoproteins (vRNPs), enabling disassembly[] After ten days, organizing pneumonia and marked proliferation of premature type II alveolar epithelium were observed.[]

    Missing: meiosis
  • Bloom Syndrome

    Previous biopsies were consistent with high grade vaginal dysplasia, however, thorough surgical evaluation ultimately demonstrated stage II vaginal cancer.[] Envelopes - Business 4 Color Menus 11x17 Presentation Folders Calendar – Desk Business Envelopes – Window 1 Color Menus 8.5x11 Rack Cards 3.5x8.5 Calendar – Desk with Photos[] As a result of BLM activity, crossovers are properly placed throughout the genome, promoting proper chromosomal disjunction at the end of meiosis.[] This report shows that BLM is found in the nucleus of normal human cells in the nuclear domain 10 or promyelocytic leukemia nuclear bodies.[] Our results suggest a direct, BLM-independent role for p53 in etoposide-induced, topoisomerase II-mediated DNA damage in human cells.[]

  • Hantaan Virus

    A Phase II, double-blinded, placebo-controlled clinical trial was conducted among 142 volunteers. Two subcutaneous vaccinations were administered at 4-week intervals.[] […] immunoevasion , Viral penetration into host cytoplasm , Virus endocytosis by host , Virus entry into host cell Protein family/group databases TCDB i 1.G.20.1.1 the hantavirus gc envelope[] Multiple viruses have developed evasion strategies to circumvent the host cell inflammatory process, with one of the most prevalent being the disruption of nuclear factor[] […] microscopy and double-staining immunofluorescence with G1 and G2 specific monoclonal antibodies and antisera specific for markers of the Golgi complex (GM130 and mannosidase II[] These results suggest that N protein may be under a similar selection pressure to G1 and G2 envelope proteins against host immune system.[]

    Missing: meiosis
  • Fasciola Hepatica

    […] progressively increased expression of mRNAs for Collagen I, alpha-smooth muscle-actin, platelet-derived growth factor beta receptor, and tissue inhibitor of metalloproteinase II[] Pores are present in the nuclear envelope. In older oocytes narrow bridge-like structures connect the nucleolus and the nuclear envelope.[] In TCBZ-S flukes exposed to TCBZ metabolites for 24–96 h in vivo , but not in TCBZ-R flukes, those tissues where active meiosis and/or mitosis occurred (testis, ovary, and[] […] approaches: (i) a GIS map query based on satellite data parameters including elevation, enhanced vegetation index and land surface temperature day-night difference; and (ii[] We show that F. hepatica induces the recruitment to theperitoneum of semi-matured DCs, as judged by a down-regulation of MHC class II molecule expression and anincrease of[]

    Missing: disassembly
  • Newcastle Disease

    […] in this study, we evaluated the protective efficacy of genotype VII matched chimeric vaccines by generating three recombinant viruses based on avirulent LaSota (genotype II[] Abstract Newcastle disease virus (NDV), the prototype member of the Avulavirus genus of the family Paramyxoviridae(1), is a non-segmented, negative-sense, single-stranded, enveloped[] […] markers T-cell internal antigen (TIA)-1, Ras GTPase-activating protein-binding protein (G3BP)-1, eukaryotic initiation factors, and small ribosomal subunit, which could be disassembled[] In addition, mutations to the previously defined nuclear localization signal in the GFP-M fusion protein were studied as well.[] Newcastle Disease Virus (NDV) is a single-stranded, negative-sense enveloped RNA virus (Fam. Paramyxoviridae; Order Mononegavirales).[]

    Missing: meiosis
  • Rift Valley Fever

    We found that NSR infection of cultured human DCs results in maturation of DCs, characterized by surface upregulation of CD40, CD80, CD86, MHC-I and MHC-II and secretion of[] The scMP-12 undergoes efficient amplification in the Vero-G cell line, which is a Vero cell line stably expressing viral envelope proteins, while it undergoes single-cycle[] Further, overexpression of the NSS gene, but not the N, GN or NSM genes correlated with mRNA nuclear accumulation.[] Therefore, early PKR activation by disassembly of SCF(FBXW11-NSs) E3 ligase is sufficient to inhibit RVFV infection.[] Herein, the objectives of our study were: (i) to identify the environmental factors and areas favorable to RVF transmission to both cattle and human and (ii) to identify human[]

    Missing: meiosis
  • Progeria

    Only early signs of puberty were similarly seen in the non-menstruating group, including 1 of 6 (17%) with Tanner II breasts and 2 of 6 (33%) with Tanner II pubic hair, and[] […] nuclear envelope morphology.[] Abstract The RanGTPase acts as a master regulator of nucleocytoplasmic transport by controlling assembly and disassembly of nuclear transport complexes.[] Our analysis indicated that MB treatment not only alleviated the mitochondrial defects but also rescued the hallmark nuclear abnormalities in HGPS cells.[] […] nucleoplasm and are involved in numerous functions, including DNA replication, transcription, chromatin organisation, nuclear positioning and shape, as well as the assembly/disassembly[]

    Missing: meiosis
  • Rabies Virus

    […] increased the number of autophagy-like vesicles, the accumulation of enhanced green fluorescent protein (EGFP)-LC3 fluorescence puncta and the conversion of LC3-I to LC3-II[] Using multiple labeling techniques and confocal microscopy, we demonstrated that pseudotyping with rabies virus envelope glycoprotein (RV-G) enabled the axonal retrograde[] Here we show that the largely nuclear P-protein isoform P3 can localize to nucleoli and forms specific interactions with nucleolin.[] As shown by live cell imaging, RABV-induced SGs are highly dynamic structures that increase in number, grow in size by fusion events, and undergo assembly/disassembly cycles[] Proteins/immunology Virus Cultivation* Substances Antibodies, Viral Antigens, Viral Glycoproteins Rabies Vaccines Vaccines, Virus-Like Particle Viral Envelope Proteins glycoprotein[]

    Missing: meiosis
  • West Nile Virus

    We summarized HRQoL post-acute infection as: (i) long-term utility (mean of scores one year onward); (ii) area under the curve (AUC) one year onward.[] KEYWORDS: Antibody-dependent enhancement (ADE); Dengue virus (DENV); Domain III (DIII); Envelope protein; Plant-made pharmaceuticals; Plant-produced vaccine; Vaccine; West[] CONCLUSION: During West Nile virus infection, granular hyperreflective specks located predominantly within the outer and inner nuclear layers were visualized by spectral domain[] VCP functions in several cellular processes, including protein degradation, membrane fusion, vesicular trafficking and disassembly of stress granules.[] Its geographic variations result from the local interactions between three components: (i) reservoir hosts, (ii) vectors, both characterized by their diversity, abundance[]

    Missing: meiosis