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Related to junctional: junctional nevus, Accelerated Junctional Rhythm, junctional escape, Junctional rhythm, Junctional tachycardia

junctional

At the interface between two structures.

junctional

pertaining to a junction or join.

junctional complex
an attachment point between epithelial cells composed of a number of complex structures, including desmosomes and gap junctions.
junctional diversity
the diversity in the amino acid sequence of antibodies is, in part, due to the different amino acid sequences generated at the junctions of the variable and constant regions.
junctional mechanobullous disease
inherited defect of skin in Belgian foals, Angus and Simmental calves, Suffolk and South Dorset lambs. See epidermolysis bullosa.
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This epitope is absent in proinsulin peptides that possess an intact A-C junctional region, such as intact proinsulin and split (32, 33) hPI.
Laimer M, Lanschuetzer CM, Diem A, Bauer JW: Herlitz junctional epidermolysis bullosa.
The lethality of limb injuries is less than junctional areas as hemorrhage is less and slower, and so the junctional hemorrhage control challenge is greater than in the limbs.
Phosphorylation of connexin43 on serine368 by protein kinase C regulates gap junctional communication.
The junctophilin-3 (JPH3) gene encodes a protein thought to be involved in the formation of junctional membrane structures and in the regulation of intracellular calcium.
Junctional activity was seen in a few places, along with moderate lymphocytic infiltration.
The data presented included median decreases of 45% for uterine volume, 72% for fibroid volume, and 23% for adenomyosis junctional zone thickness.
At least 27 different types of EB have been described, but the three main forms are EB simplex, Dystrophic EB and Junctional EB.
Moreover, the strength of electrotonic interaction is primarily related to the magnitude of cellular coupling as determined by gap junctional conductance.
The polyclonal product contains a multitude of sequence variations regarding length and base composition in the junctional region.
Only four other babies have ever survived from the severe Junctional form of the incurable disease.