Yeast lacking adenylate
cyclase -- the enzyme that makes cyclic AMP, a small regulatory molecule--cannot begin cell division.
Genetically determined variation of adenylate
kinase in man.
pertussis pertactin, pertussis toxin, fimbriae 2 and 3, adenylate
cyclase toxin, and filamentous hemagglutinin recognized few, if any, proteins from multiple B.
The two-hour ReACT test is being used as a follow-up to Celsis' AKuScreen test (an adenylate
kinase (AK)-based assay that generates definitive microbiological test results in less than 24 hours), which P&G, Unilever and others currently use as a primary screen for the release of their products.
Work with pigeons (Columba livia) found no evidence of neuronal degeneration of crop innervation or blockade of calcium influx and instead suggested a disturbance in cholinergic transmission at the level of the circular smooth muscle, possibly caused by stimulation of adenylate
cyclase activity and increased intracellular cyclic adenosine monophosphate levels.
chronic stimulation of adenylate
cyclase, as in hyperparathyroidism;
2+], ammonia, lactate dehydrogenase (LDH), adenylate
kinase (AK) and AST or much lower (e.
It is known that histamine acts through H2 receptors of lymphocytes, activates adenylate
cyclase, increases the intracellular level of cAMP.
We further demonstrated that G proteins, adenylate
cyclase and protein kinase A were required for the increased neuronal excitability.
In the rat testis, LH binds to Leydig cell receptors and initiates the activation of adenylate
cyclase, resulting in an attendant increase in cAMP production.
Sulfide effects on Thalassia testudinum carbon balanace and adenylate
The hormone, called PACAP (pituitary adenylate
cyclase-activating polypeptide), is known to act throughout the body and the brain, modulating central nervous system activity, metabolism, blood pressure, pain sensitivity, and immune function.