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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Induced Colocalization of HSP90 and NF-[kappa]B/p65 in Oxidative Stress Injured Neural Stem Cells.
gov/ij/; National Institutes of Health, Washington, DC) was used to quantify staining localization and colocalization.
Association data include protein and genetic interactions, pathways, coexpression, colocalization, and protein domain similarity.
Asymmetric colocalization of Flamingo, a seven-pass transmembrane cadherin, and Dishevelled in planar cell polarization.
The relationships between traits were examined, and the colocalization of QTL for different traits was investigated to evaluate the possibility of simultaneously improving quality-related traits and agronomic traits.
Immunostaining of the p65 subunit of NF-[kappa]B showed diffused distribution throughout the inner and outer retina and colocalization with MT1 expression in the ganglion cell layer (Figure 4(d)).
Invadopodium precursors were defined as puncta of Tks5 and cortactin colocalization that were not associated with gelatin degradation; mature invadopodia were defined
However, the colocalization of WGA and albumin that we observed indicated that albumin was bound to its plasma membrane receptor in LLC-PK1 cells even after Cd treatment.
Translocation-positive cells have one or more fusion signals (yellow), which are caused by a colocalization of the red and green signals (Fig.
Recently, colocalization of markers for GABA and catecholamines was demonstrated in B20 (Diaz-Rios et al.
The merged image shows colocalization of Tks5- and cortactinrich structures associated with degradation holes in the Alexa Fluor-405 matrix (original magnification X380 [A through D]).