IRE2 | definition of IRE2 by Medical dictionary
ERN2 (redirected from IRE2)
ERN2 A gene on chromosome 16p12.2 that encodes a pro-apoptotic protein kinase which induces translational repression through 28S ribosomal RNA cleavage in response to endoplasmic reticulum stress.
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Immediately after staining, cells were visualized under a Leica DM IRE2
inverted fluorescence microscope equipped with a mercury arc lamp.
The images were acquired with an inverted fluorescence microscope (DM IRE2
, Leica Microsystems, UK).
The medium was changed every 48 h, and the morphology was examined and captured with a DM IRE2
light microscope (Leica Microsystems, Wetzlar, Germany).
Soon to be introduced are second-generation automated microscopes like the inverted DM IRE2
, the upright DM RXA2, and a DM RA2 that not only provides user-friendliness, but can be operated remotely.