assay revealed a larger average number of mCherry dots per cell in TBP-2-overexpressing LECs under oxidative stress.
The signal intensity of total cortactin and phosphocortactin puncta
, which were colocalized with matrix degradation holes, were measured and the ratio of phosphocortactin to total cortactin was determined.
The very large puncta
at intersections of neurons in the velarium suggest points of reciprocal synapse communication, as described in scyphomedusae by Anderson (1985).
The usual external approach to a second branchial anomaly involves fish-mouth external incisions around the inferiorly located puncta
, with additional, wider stepladder incisions superiorly to accommodate deeper dissection through the carotid bifurcation.
Later he points out that this ductia is usually divided into sections called puncta
each having two sections which are the same at the beginning but different at the end and that these endings are called apertum and clausum.
Therefore, the normal maturation of autolysosomes is characterized with increased red-only puncta
, while in contrast, colocalization of GFP and RFP puncta
would indicate disruption of autophagic flux .
No discharge was elicited from the puncta
when pressure was applied to the lacrimal sacs.
Tears are generated by tiny glands called the lacrimal glands, and when you blink, your eyelids distribute them across your cornea towards tiny openings called puncta
, through which they drain into your nose via the tear ducts.
Secretions flow across the eye toward the puncta
near the medial canthus.
And then traced with thorns, and the spaces between them, that turned the puncta
of sight into the punctilia of touch.
Primary neoplasms may arise in the puncta
, canaliculi, lacrimal sac, or nasolacrimal duct.
Patients with epiphora who had normal lid position and tonus, adequate puncta
, normal nasal examination and patent lacrimal systems with nasolacrimal irrigation were included.