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junctional

At the interface between two structures.

junctional

pertaining to a junction or join.

junctional complex
an attachment point between epithelial cells composed of a number of complex structures, including desmosomes and gap junctions.
junctional diversity
the diversity in the amino acid sequence of antibodies is, in part, due to the different amino acid sequences generated at the junctions of the variable and constant regions.
junctional mechanobullous disease
inherited defect of skin in Belgian foals, Angus and Simmental calves, Suffolk and South Dorset lambs. See epidermolysis bullosa.
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In this study we considered several representative genes involved in modulating repolarization, several proteins that carry potassium and calcium currents, and two proteins essential for gap junctional communication.
Dual electrode voltage-clamp using GeneClamp 500 amplifiers controlled by pClamp 8 software (Axon Instruments, Foster City, CA) was used to monitor gap junctional coupling between cell pairs after injecting one of the cells with cytochrome c.
Different junctional regions led to a different temperature stability of the helical configuration.
As of the May 17, 2010 cut-off date, a total of 169 patients have been enrolled into the 9 disease-specific cohorts: melanoma (n=41), NSCLC (n=25), pancreatic (n=20), gastric/GE junctional (n=18), ovarian (n=15), prostate (n=15), SCLC (n=15), HCC (n=10), and breast cancer (n=10).
Bundle branch block and nonparoxysmal junctional tachycardia (NPJT) were the most common types of arrhythmia postprocedurally, with an incidence rate of 16.
Furthermore, hemorrhage (extremity 33%, torso 49%, and junctional 21%) still accounted for 87% of potentially survivable deaths.
Thus, there is sinus bradycardia with a junctional escape rhythm and isorhythmic atrioventricular dissociation.
Junctional ectopic tachycardia (JET)--the most common tachycardia in the postoperative CHD patient--occurs when surgery in the vicinity of the AVN results in local changes that appear to enhance Automaticity (27,29).
2+], STIM1 forms clusters at the ER-PM junctional regions, where it physically associates with PM channels and activates SOCE.
The myometrium can be separated into the inner myometrium, also known as the junctional zone, and the outer myometrium (Figure 1).