connectin

connectin

A protein found on the surface of some cancer cells that binds to cytoskeleton ACTINS and glycoproteins on other cells.
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It's all islands and sloughs, connectin' clear across an' back to the San Joaquin.
Senior dogs may benefit from Connectin, a joint supplement that promotes comfort and mobility, while Flow could help senior cats maintain a healthy urinary tract.
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Specifically, there is a possibility that some elastic elements in the muscle-tendon complex were changed, such as fascia, elastic proteins such as titin (also known as connectin), and tendons.
Partners of the event included Manchester City Council, Fairhome, Cue Marketing, ConnectIn Events and JMW Solicitors who all generously contributed to the event.
ConnectIn Groups Founded by Columbian-Dutch expat and longtime Siwa resident Yuridiya Montoya, ConnectIn Groups is the first training center in the remote oasis.
The special event was organised by the PITB's project TechHub Connectin in collaboration with Arfa Karim Foundation.
Sierra muscle softening can be associated with Z-disc breakdown, actomyosin-complex dissociation, connectin destruction, and collagen denaturation.
Detection of giant myofibrillar proteins connectin and nebulin in fish meat by electrophoresis in 3-5 gradient sodium dodecyl sulfate polyacrylamide slab gels.
(TSX Venture: DAP.U) has acquired certain assets of Netherlands-based car parts distributor Connectin Europe, B.V., the company said on Monday.
Sterling, VA, February 26, 2015 --(PR.com)-- Assyst's Knowledge Management Platform, Connectin, has been selected by a leading global developmental financial institution to support the operations of their sustainable transportation and logistics program.
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