cellular response

cellular response

that part of the inflammatory response mediated by cells, e.g. monocytes (polymorphonuclearcytes) and macrophages
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Understanding the cellular response to topoisomerase-induced breaks is therefore key for important aspects of human health, with possible implications in the development of novel diagnostic, prognostic and therapeutic tools.
This new patent further validates the role of ResistAid larch arabinogalactan as an immune modulation ingredient, thanks to a wealth of validated science demonstrating its ability to selectively call upon both the non-specific, cellular response, as well as the adaptive immune response in healthy adults," said Bryan Rodriguez, global product manager for Lonza.
Collectively, this cellular response is termed the Unfolded Protein Response (UPR).
Cellular response and bioenergetics can be studied in real-time for spherical and matrix based three dimensional cultures.
Increased production of reactive oxygen species (ROS) and oxidative stress condition are known to play a central role in initiating and driving the signalling events that lead to cellular response following UV irradiation.
The ALCAT Test is a simple blood test that measures the body's cellular response to a wide array of substances including foods, functional foods, medicinal herbs, food additives, food colorings, environmental chemicals, molds, pharmacoactive agents, and antibiotics.
He said the vaccine TERAVAC-HIV-1 was made from recombinant proteins aiming "to cause a cellular response against the (HIV) virus.
The cellular response provides rather anti-angiogenic and proapoptotic effects, a dominance of the humoral immune response has been regarded as favourable for tumor progression - although also the opposite has been observed.
Vivian Cheung from the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia along with his colleagues exposed the cells of 99 healthy individuals to a session of radiation, which starts a cellular response akin to that taking place during cancer therapy.
Rehovot, Israel) has patented proteins IR1B1 and IR1B4 which have been isolated and which bind to the type I IFN receptor IFNAR1 and function in the cellular response to IFNs.
Differences in ion concentrations across barriers such as skin or organ walls cause these fields, and cellular response to electric fields has been under-explored because of deficiencies in the current devices available.
That double subunit binds to and activates many enzymes that carry out a cellular response, such as mediating pain relief, explains Smrcka.

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