He added that the effect of FIASMAs on intracellular
cholesterol ultimately bypasses the need to directly target the bacteria.
Scientific evidence supports a pivotal role of elevated intracellular
calcium levels in seizure-related brain damage resulting from induced seizures and status epilepticus secondary to NA exposure.
(13,14) In these disease processes, the biofilms were extracellular rather than intracellular
. More recently, we reported that intracellular
biofilms were found in hippocampal specimens in patients with Alzheimer disease.
Green fluorescent protein expressed by intracellular
Effects of Metformin on MCP-1 Expression and Its Release from Hypertrophied 3T3-L1 Adipocytes and Intracellular
In order to compute accurately the optical flow field of the single intracellular
motion both near the edge and in the intracellular
area, we proposed an energy functional of optical flow model as follows:
Trafficking: Following the Brucella being engulfed by macrophages or invading into non- phagocytic cells, it occupies inside a membrane-bound compartment called as Brucella-containing vacuole (BCV) and then convert into a replicative compartment or brucellosome (Kohler et al., 2002).
The ability of E2-treated MCF-7 cells to maintain and enhance FPN expression suggested that the intracellular
conditions favor intracellular
labile iron efflux.
NAD [sup]+, cADPR, and intracellular
Ca [sup]2+ levels in the lungs of septic rats increased slightly as early as 6 h after CLP surgery, peaked at 24 h, and returned to baseline levels by 48 h [Figure 1].
Cytotoxic effect of DFO and detection of intracellular
iron using DFO
A sustained elevated intracellular
Ca2+ concentration thus emerged as a universal and required characteristic of activated stem cells, and Deng found that the activation of stem cells by Ca2+ was accomplished by Ca2+-sensitive protein phosphates and transcription factors.
pH (pH [sub]i) is a pivotal factor for cellular functions and homeostasis.