This organism has capability to impede with intracellular
trafficking by preventing fusion of the BCV with lysosome markers, in order to evade degradation within phagolysosomes by rapid acidification of the phagosome after uptake.
The ability of E2-treated MCF-7 cells to maintain and enhance FPN expression suggested that the intracellular
conditions favor intracellular
labile iron efflux.
The addition of 2-APB, ryanodine, and TG into DFO-treated cells did not change intracellular
Experimental alteration of intracellular
pH-weak acid/base prepulse technique
This allows us not only to understand general principles of the reproductive mechanism in plants but, more importantly, how the intracellular
transport machinery in eukaryotic cells responds to altered gravity conditions.
The most exciting aspect is the fact that lapatinib is really the first of many targeted intracellular
agents in breast cancer and already numerous other tyrosine kinase inhibitors aimed at many aspects of the cytokine cascade are in clinical development and being studied in breast cancer.
Exposure to thimerosal at concentrations as low as 20 ppb altered the time course of these responses, however, and prolonged the length of time that intracellular
calcium levels remained elevated.
In initial studies, we found that Arbacia punctulata egg-derived products (egg water) that stimulate sperm motility also increase sperm intracellular
free calcium (Fig.
Diatos believes that its tumor-targeting and intracellular
drug delivery technologies will enable it to build an attractive portfolio of highly effective anti-cancer therapeutics.
The researchers examined what effects gp120 has on intracellular
signals in macrophages and how these changes relate to HIV pathogenesis.
The lower airways of patients with chronic bronchitis are often colonized with strains of nontypeable Haemophilus influenzae, and intracellular
infection may be associated with exacerbations, a study suggests.