colocalization


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colocalization

(kō″lō″kăl-ĭ-zā′shŭn) [″ + ″]
The consistent presence of two molecules at a single cellular site, as evidenced by digital or fluorescent imaging techniques.
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A substantial body of work implicated kisspeptin neurons as primary mediators of gonadal steroid feedback control of GnRH release in mammals, because of the colocalization of kisspeptin cells with gonadal steroid receptors (Lehman et al.
The minimum functionality should include 3D reconstruction and colocalization analysis.
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Annealing of the film above the T(g) of the polymers leads to colocalization of the dyes in the interparticle regions, and one observes an increase in the quantum efficiency of energy transfer.
However, despite the rather common colocalization of calcifications with LCIS, this finding did not correlate with the rate of pathologic upgrade in our study.
Direct observation of the synovium via a confocal microscope clearly demonstrated the colocalization of IL-17 and CD8 in the RA patients (Figure 1), but this was not detected in the OA group.
Immunohistochemical evidence for the myeloper-oxidase/H202/halide system in human atherosclerotic lesions: colocalization of myeloperoxidase and hypochlorite-modified proteins.
asinina, and then examined the colocalization of this neurotransmitter with that of serotonin (5-HT) and dopamine (DA), both of which play important roles in controlling reproduction of this animal.
Colocalization of lesions, virus, and brain inflammation in 2 children in a study of EEE, Massachusetts and New Hampshire, 1970-2010 * Patient, anatomical Inflammation EEE virus MRI showing location ([dagger]) ([dagger]) lesion(s) ([double dagger]) Patient 10 Frontal cortex +++ +++ +++ Parietal cortex ++ ++ ++ Temporal cortex ++ +++ ++ Occipital cortex + - - Thalamus +++ +++ ++ Basal ganglia ++ +++ +++ Cerebellar cortex + + - Patient 12 Frontal cortex ++ ++ ++ Parietal cortex + + - Temporal cortex ++ ++ - Occipital cortex + ++ - Thalamus ++ ++ +++ Basal ganglia ++ ++ +++ Cerebellar cortex + ++ - Parameter comparison Correlation coefficient ([section]) Inflammation vs.