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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Au niveau du systeme, les gestionnaires peuvent utiliser la formation, la colocalisation, la planification conjointe, les ententes de services ou les systemes d'information partages (Rogers et Whetten 1982; Alexander 1995; Laegreid et coll.
Although the poor bioavailability of furimazine requires intravenous administration of this substrate, its short half-life enables the imaging of both populations in the same session, facilitating image overlay and the identification of areas of colocalisation. With the application of light emission filters, this imaging system allows the postmortem confirmation of tissues that have been populated by each cell fraction.
Todd, "Distribution and colocalisation of glutamate decarboxylase isoforms in the rat spinal cord," Neuroscience, vol.
In red, emission of MitoTracker-[H.sub.2]XRos staining mitochondria; in blue, DAPI signal localised to the nuclear compartment; in green, CatDex-FITC signal localised to cytoplasm; and in orange, colocalisation of MitoTracker and FITC signals.
Apart from P2X2, P2X4, and P2X6 subtypes, the presence of other subtypes, such as P2X1 or P2X3, in the central synapses has been suggested based both of the electrophysiological/pharmacological data and colocalisation with synaptic markers [15, 44, 45]; the presence of heteromeric P2X1/4 and P2X2/ 3 also cannot be excluded.
Immunostaining for GABA and RFP revealed colocalisation in induced neurons suggesting that these neurons are capable of forming inhibitory synapses (Figure 3(d)).
postulated that venous thrombosis in patients of pancreatitis is a common observation and that colocalisation of peripancreatic collections and SV thrombosis strongly suggest the mechanism to be compression and perivascular inflammation.15
Le nouvel engagement de Renault s'inscrit dans le cadre de la colocalisation, qui ne peut etre que benefique aussi bien pour la France que pour le Maroc, a ajoute le ministre, faisant observer que ce projet permettra d'atteindre un taux d'integration locale de 65 pc.
Rollason, "Colocalisation of vascular endothelial growth factor and its flt-1 receptor in human placenta," Growth Factors, vol.