adenylyl

a·den·y·lyl

(a-den'i-lil),
The radical of adenylic acid minus an OH from the phosphoryl group; often shortened to adenyl in compound names, such as adenylosuccinic acid.

adenylyl

/aden·yl·yl/ (ad´ĕ-nĭ-lil) the radical of adenosine monophosphate with one OH ion removed.
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Therefore, in this paper, the effects of safflomide and serotomide on cAMP production were investigated in renal epithelial OK because of the link between 5-HT1 receptors and G alpha i/G alpha o proteins that regulate adenylyl cyclase activity (Lanfumey and Hamon, 2004; Malmberg and Strange, 2000).
Using pheochromocytoma (PC12) cells, a tumor cell line that displays the major phases of neurodevelopment targeted by the pesticide, the authors evaluated the different treatments in terms of DNA synthesis, cell number (as indicated by measured amounts of DNA), cell size (as indicated by the ratio of protein to DNA), and cell signaling mediated by adenylyl cyclase.
1989) results in activation of adenylyl cyclase and, consequently, increased cAMP.
Macromolecular synthesis, adenylyl cyclise signalling, nuclear transcription factors, and formation of reactive oxygen in C6 glioma cells.
2]-receptors that are coupled to the adenylyl cyclase system through G proteins.
Critical periods for chlorpyrifos-induced developmental neurotoxicity: alterations in adenylyl cyclase signaling in adult rat brain regions after gestational or neonatal exposure.
Atypical regulation of hepatic adenylyl cyclase and adrenergic receptors during a critical developmental period: agonists evoke supersensitivity accompanied by failure of receptor downregulation.
Macromolecule synthesis, adenylyl cyclase signaling, nuclear transcription factors, and formation of reactive oxygen in C6 glioma cells.
During some stages of development, selected regions of the brain are vulnerable to CPF by interference with the G-protein in the adenylyl cyclase (AC) cascade by disrupting nuclear transcription DNA binding (Meyer et al.
Perinatal exposure to environmental tobacco smoke alters cell signaling in a primate model: autonomic receptors and the control of adenylyl cyclase activity in heart and lung.