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5,573 Possible Causes for cellular, conjugation, during, morphogenesis, unidirectional

  • Hepatitis A

    Bidirectional viral flow for Ib genotype, involving different Bulgarian areas, was observed, whereas a unidirectional flow from Sofia to Ihtiman for genotype Ia was highlighted[] During 1997-2002 most viral strains were subtype IA (16/23, 70%); the phylogenetic pattern suggests that the incidence peaks observed in 2000-2001 had likely been caused by[] We recently reported that conjugated BR (CB) augments regulatory T cell (Treg) suppressor activity during acute hepatitis A virus (HAV) infection.[] Receptor molecules play key roles in the cellular entry of picornaviruses, and TIM1 (HAVCR1) is widely accepted to be the receptor for hepatitis A virus (HAV), an unusual,[] Vaccine; and Haemophilus b Conjugate Vaccine (Meningococcal Protein Conjugate).[]

    Missing: morphogenesis
  • Shigella Flexneri

    The Shigella type three secretion apparatus (T3SA) penetrates the host cell membrane and provides a unidirectional conduit for injection of effectors into host cells.[] […] epithelia and their differentiation, Signalling pathways associated with tumour progression in several mouse models and human tumours, Regulation of adhesive systems during morphogenesis[] However, the dynamic adaptations of Shigella during adhesion are poorly understood.[] Twenty to 30% of 3-44year-old humans injected with S. flexneri 2a conjugate responded with 4-fold increases of IgG anti type 6, p Published by Elsevier Ltd.[] Finally, the dissemination process requires the adaptation of the pathogen to various cellular compartments through transcriptional and post-transcriptional mechanisms.[]

  • Pulmonary Emphysema

    We report the case of a patient with severe pulmonary emphysema that was successfully treated by the placement of a new, removable, unidirectional endobronchial silicone valve[] Drosophila Varicose, a member of a new subgroup of basolateral MAGUKs, is required for septate junctions and tracheal morphogenesis.[] Abstract The morphological mechanism of alveolar wall destruction during pulmonary emphysema has not been clarified.[] See phrases  Let's stay in touch Dictionaries Dictionary Conjugation Quizzes Professional translation Games Phrases Living abroad Magazine Internships About About[] However, there are no studies regarding the role of AMPK in reducing inflammatory responses and cellular senescence during the development of emphysema.[]

  • Brucella Abortus

    Exposure was a result of damage to a biological safety cabinet and failure of the unidirectional airflow ventilation system.[] We discuss here that the bacterial type IV secretion system VirB is required for inflammasome activation in host cells during infection.[] For eliciting cell-mediated immunity against LPS, it should be conjugated with a polypeptide antigen.[] In this study, therefore, human leukemic monocyte cells (THP-1 cells) were stimulated with five Brucella abortus cellular components: outer membrane protein 10 (OMP10), outer[] Taken together, our data indicate that DHEA immune intervention may positively affect monocyte activity during B. abortus infection.[]

    Missing: morphogenesis
  • West Nile Virus

    […] suggest that DDX56 relocalizes to the site of virus assembly during WNV infection and that its interaction with WNV capsid in the cytoplasm may occur transiently during virion morphogenesis[] This case demonstrates active replication of WNV during persistent infection.[] We sought to determine if inclusion of heterophilic antibody blockers in assay conjugate could eliminate the nonspecific reactivity of FR samples.[] SG assembly redirects cellular translation to stress response mRNAs and inhibits cap-dependent viral RNA translation.[] Administration of a WNV E-anti-CD180 conjugate vaccine 30 days prior to WNV infection induced Ab responses that protected against lethal infection in BAFFR-/- mice but not[]

    Missing: unidirectional
  • Yersinia Pseudotuberculosis

    CNRS UM8161; Lille, France. 6 Institut Jacques Monod; UMR 7592; CNRS; University of Paris Diderot; Paris, France; INSERM ERL U950; Membrane Traffic in Neuronal & Epithelial Morphogenesis[] Some isolates of Yersinia pseudotuberculosis produce the cytotoxic necrotizing factor (CNFY), but the functional consequences of this toxin for host-pathogen interactions during[] Sequencing of the plasmid extracts of the Y. pseudotuberculosis transconjugants for the Russian isolates revealed the presence of conjugative plasmids of the IncN group that[] AIMS: Gas chromatography (GC) was utilized to investigate the cellular fatty acids (CFAs) composition of 141 Yersinia pestis isolates from different plague foci of China,[] Abstract Two cases of community-acquired septicemia caused by serotype-O1 Yersinia pseudotuberculosis were diagnosed in middle-aged, HIV-positive, immunodeficient patients during[]

    Missing: unidirectional
  • Ethylene Glycol

    Characterizations of X-ray photoelectron spectrometry and quartz crystal microbalance with dissipation (QCM-d) demonstrated the unidirectional change in grafting density of[] However, the premature release during blood circulation and insufficient intracellular drug release are still a significant issue.[] Like the free drugs, DOX-conjugated and DTX-conjugated targeting micelles showed significant cytotoxic effects in SKOV3 cell line.[] The cellular uptake of poly(ethylene glycol) poly( ε -caprolactone) nanoparticles was higher in comparison to poly( ε -caprolactone) nanoparticles.[] We describe the main renal histopathologic changes during different stages of EG poisoning, which might be helpful when dating the EG poisoning itself.[]

    Missing: morphogenesis
  • Macrocephaly

    […] obstruction between dural sinuses and CSF, development of hydrocephalus and macrocephaly cannot be explained by the classic hypothesis of CSF physiology with secretion, unidirectional[] We also observed numerous examples of abnormal cortical morphogenesis, including focal cortical dysplasia, polymicrogyria which primarily involved the perisylvian and insular[] There are few studies on the characteristics of macrocephaly (MC) diagnosed during well child visits.[] Metabolic megalencephalies are mostly caused by genetic defects in cellular metabolism, whereas developmental megalencephalies have recently been shown to be caused by alterations[] […] development of neuronal circuits during neuromorphogenesis and neuronal-network formation is critically dependent on a coordinated and intricate series of molecular and cellular[]

    Missing: conjugation
  • Atenolol

    To demonstrate unidirectional transepithelial transport of atenolol, we developed and functionally validated a hOCT2/hMATE1 double-transfected Madin-Darby canine kidney cell[] , a dietary supplement to treat psychiatric disorders is associated with a light-sensitive receptor, cheap atenolol molecular signaling pathways cheap atenolol direct CB morphogenesis[] Furthermore, the amount of NTG was reduced during the surgery.[] Since oxazepam undergoes hepatic conjugation and renal excretion of inactive metabolites, and since beta-blockers may reduce both hepatic and renal blood flow, 2 , 3 is it[] Abstract We present a case of retroperitoneal fibromatosis in a fetus whose mother took atenolol during pregnancy.[]

    Missing: cellular
  • Zellweger Syndrome

    […] studies revealed an irregular neuronal arrangement, the presence of immature neurons, poor dendritic arborization and poor spine development, all of which suggest abnormal morphogenesis[] During the pregnancy with the affected child the maternal serum screen (MSS) showed low estriol level.[] The excretion of free dicarboxylic acid was increased to a considerably lesser extent than the free conjugated dicarboxylic acid.[] The activity of the enzyme in leukocytes and levels of plasmalogens (the major class of cellular glycerol-ether lipids) in erythrocytes were also deficient in a patient, but[] D-BF deficiency may exhibit a range of symptoms during the neonatal and early infantile periods some of which may be similar to Zellweger syndrome.[]

    Missing: unidirectional