This contract will support the further development of SOFIE~s family of proprietary imaging probes, known as 18F FAC, that measure the enzyme, dCK, which controls the rate of DNA production through the salvage pathway
This contract will support the further development of SOFIE's family of proprietary imaging probes, known as[18F]FAC, that measure the enzyme, dCK, which controls the rate of DNA production through the salvage pathway
Radu, Nathanson and their colleagues found that an important nucleotide called deoxycytidine triphosphate (dCTP) is produced by two pathways, the de novo pathway and the nucleoside salvage pathway
Vitamer levels, stress Response, Enzyme activity and Gene regulation of Arabidopsis Lines mutant in the pyridoxine/pyridoxamine 5'phosphate oxidase (PDX3) and the pyridoxal kinase (SOS4) gene involed in the vitamin B6 salvage pathway
4] levels through the salvage pathway
, via DHFR, of [BH.
Emergency cesarean represents a salvage pathway
for cases in which vaginal birth is no longer an option, so complications of this surgery should not be used in the evaluation of elective cesarean delivery.
Lymphocytes have a greater dependence on the de novo pathway than on the salvage pathway
Bennett believes they provide a way for healthy cells to recycle DNA from dead ones, in " a salvage pathway
for conserving DNA's building blocks.
Regeneration and Aging: Regulation by Sirtuins and the NAD+ Salvage Pathway
Tumors use the salvage pathway
to provide high rates of DNA replication for their uncontrolled growth of cells containing malignant instructions.
In the new study, Sassone-Corsi and his colleagues show that CLOCK works in balance with SIRT1 to direct activity in a cell pathway by which metabolic proteins send signals called the NAD+ salvage pathway
Forodesine is an orally-available transition-state analog inhibitor of purine nucleoside phosphorylase (PNP), a purine salvage pathway
enzyme that is essential for the proliferation of T-cells and B-cells.