GYG1

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GYG1

A gene on chromosome 3q24-q25.1 that encodes glycogenin 1, a glycosyltransferase which catalyses the formation of a short glucose polymer from uridine diphosphate (UDP) glucose in an autoglucosylation reaction. This reaction is followed by elongation and branching of the polymer, catalysed by glycogen synthase and branching enzyme, to form glycogen.

Molecular pathology
Defects of GYG1 cause glycogen storage disease type 15.
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Tifton 10 and GN1 were significantly and 7 times less preferred (<15 foragers) than Tifway and Baby.
The response properties of four of these neurons are now known: interneurons GN1 and 2 are mechanosensory and respond to mechanical contacts with the bristle hairs on the antenniform leg tarsus; sensory neurons GN6 and 7 are proprioceptors that detect bending of the tarsus around a particular joint (Igelmund & Wendler 1991a, b).
Secondly, since the antenniform leg tips are placed on either side of the prey item during pre-strike examination, any movement of the prey item would contact the antenniform leg and excite GN1 or 2.
A fast conducting mechanoreceptive neuron like GN1 would be needed to ensure that these contacts were sufficiently gentle.
For example, the antenniform leg tips are held very close to a potential prey item during pre-strike examination but because physical contact is unusual, the mechanosensory neurons GN1, 2, 6 and 7 cannot be necessary to trigger a prey capture strike (see also Foelix & Hebets 2001).
e) Predictors: (Constant), LN-USERS-98, ECF-c, LN-PCs-98, Adult literacy, LN-Avg GN1.
Although this neuron's spike also originates at the point of stimulation and propagates in both directions, it is smaller in amplitude and conduction velocity than GN1 (0.
The GN1 spike is generated at the site of stimulation, and propagates both proximally and distally inside the neuron, appearing on our most distal recording site at segment 10.
Touching the antenniform leg in a manner that elicits spikes in GN1 or 2, even repeatedly, does not evoke a rapid escape response of the amblypygid, while puffs of air directed at trichobothria on the walking legs usually does.
Spikes from GN1 take on the order of 30 ms to get to the CNS, and so it is possible that the animal could use GN1 to receive feedback during each cycle of the tapping behavior.
elaphus the GN1 cell body is the one found in segment 5, GN2 is in segment 23, and GN6 and 7 are two of four found in segment 22.
Buffet issue (especially for patients of psychosomatic): Buffet car output hot air for large containers in GN containers (capacity 8 pcs GN1 / 1) with a shuttle system, active cooling and regeneration separate compartments, suitable for driving in the trainset.