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S an·ti·gen

1. Synonym(s): soluble antigen
2. a photoreceptor protein found in rods and in the pineal gland, exerting an inhibitory function in the light transduction cascade. Synonym(s): arrestin
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International Criminal Court prosecutors issued warrants for his arrestin 2009 and 2010,and called for his resignation, but Bashir continues to deny the charges against him.
Localization of the arrestin binding locus to the clathrin terminal domain.
On march 20, the apex court had that "in view of the acknowledged abuse of law of arrestin cases under the Atrocities Act, arrest of a public servant can only be after approval of the appointing authority and of a non-public servant after approval by the Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) which may be granted in appropriate cases if considered necessary for reasons recorded".
A002, an adeno-associated virus investigational gene therapy designed to deliver a codon-optimized CNGB3 cDNA under the control of the cone arrestin promoter to photoreceptors in the back of the eye, is delivered via a sub-retinal injection to cover the central region of the retina, including the fovea where the majority of cones are located.
This modification of the receptor appears to mediate its surface sequestration [27] by physical association with arrestin [26] and by internalization of the fMLF peptide [28] as an occupied receptor complex [29-30].
Light-driven shedding is mediated by arrestin and clathrin (Sacunas et al., 2002) and is considered similar to the activity-dependent clathrin-mediated endocytosis of other G-protein-coupled receptors.
661W cells behave as photoreceptor cells and express blue and green cone pigments, transducin, and cone arrestin, but they do not express retinal pigment epithelial cell-specific proteins.
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