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Among insoluble lens proteins, vimentin, gelsolin
, gamma enolase like protein, filensin like protein and ATP synthase subunit B were found from lenses of Uromastyx hardwickii.
There were no differences in mean CSF gelsolin
level between 0 and 24 hours in all groups.
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down-regulates lipopolysaccharide-inducedintraamniotic tumor necrosis factor-a production in the midtrimester of pregnancy.
Loss of overall cell shape is probably due to the cleavage of cytoskeletal proteins such as fodrin and gelsolin
(Kothakota, 1997) and finally the plasma membrane blebbing seems to be caused by the cleavage of PAK2, a member of the p21-activated kinases family (Rudel and Bokoch, 1997).
We have identified [beta]-actin, tropomyosin, gelsolin
and myosin (non-muscle) as the binding partners of MT-3.
Caspase-3 action occurs downstream in the apoptotic pathway and involves in cleaving important substrates such as gelsolin
, fodrin, actin, and poly ADP-ribose (Todor et al., 2002).
Trichostatin A induces morphological changes and gelsolin
expression by inhibiting histone deacetylase in human carcinoma cell lines.