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trans·mem·brane

(trans-mem'brān),
Through or across a membrane.

transmembrane

(trăns-mĕm′brān, trănz-)
adj.
Passing or occurring across a membrane.

transmembrane

Crossing a membrane.
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Existing both in soluble form and as a transmembrane form, CXCF16 possessed functions seemingly more nuanced than other well-described chemokines.
We have implemented the AA matrix representation of the transmembrane segments of membrane proteins in building transmembrane region prediction model.
Hyperpolarized mitochondria have an elevated transmembrane potential because of the excess of H+ ions in the intermembrane space in comparison with the matrix.
Three amino acids were located in the transmembrane regions, but none of them corresponded to the 51 conserved amino acids described in a recent report [18].
Many members of the T2R family have a short amino terminal domain, the cytoplasmic inner loop and the adjacent transmembrane segments are very conservative, estimated to be a protein interaction site.
Reproductive medicine and other researchers from the US, Europe, and China address the genetic basis of male and female infertility, premature ovarian failure, Klinefelter syndrome, the human Y chromosome and male infertility, the cystic fibrosis transmembrane conductance regulator and male reproduction, androgen receptor signaling and male fertility, postmeiotic male germ cell differentiation from round spermatids to mature sperm, the epigenetics of sperm chromatin, and in vitro spermatogenesis and its potential clinical implications for patients.
The ADC is directed against a type I transmembrane glycoprotein and a C-type lectin receptor Ly75/ CD205, that is over-expressed in several solid tumors and non-Hodgking lymphomas (NHL).
Investigators have now shown that reducing levels of one antiviral factor called interferon-induced transmembrane protein 3 (IFITM3) makes cultured cells highly sensitive to ZIKV infection.
A transmembrane helix was identified between 35-67th residue and another functionally significant variant was identified at position 181, which was part of Domain-3.
In this study, we examine a "spherical heart" model [10] with a simple transmembrane potential distribution and calculate the resulting action currents and magnetic field.
Because it is a member of the transmembrane 4 L six family similar to the tetraspanins (TM4SFs), TM4SF5's role in the development of fibrotic phenotypes is discussed in this review.
They found that permeability of the nanofiltration membrane would double if pressure increases from 3242 to 4559 kPa, and a linear relationship was established between flow rate of permeate and transmembrane pressure.