, particularly [alpha]2 and [gamma]1 subunits
, and AD.
Phylogenetic analysis indicated that the Bdor[alpha]6 was most closely related to D[alpha]6 and Agam[alpha]6 with these 3 subunits
clustering together, and also showed the relationships with different subunits
from other species.
By locking the subunits
together, the researchers were able to achieve a marked reduction in NMDA activity and, subsequently, in the amount of calcium that enters neurons in response to the neurotransmitter glutamate.
Appropriate structures and tactics for coordinating knowledge and technology flows between headquarters, regional headquarters, and subunits
When the list is distributed at a meeting of subunit
directors, behavior is very predictable.
This receptor has been identified as the toxin co-regulated pilus (TCP), a pilus of approximately 8 nm in diameter and 1-4 mm in length, which is composed of some 1000 interwoven TcpA subunits
Additionally, both subunits
make the same decision as would top centralized management if they possessed all available information.
It is a multisubunit enzyme with up to 14 subunits
in higher plants [26,46].
This study of Latin American banks located in the United States employs a resource-based framework to explain how subunits
of emerging market firms can overcome the challenges of operating in a developed market.
The GABAA receptor complex is a macromolecule made up of five subunits
Viral gene transfer was used to alter expression of GABA receptor a-1 subunits
and GAD production to study effects on the audiogenic seizure (AGS) model for epilepsy.
Replacement of entire subunits
with a flap results in a superior cosmetic outcome.