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Synonyms for ciliary

of or relating to cilia projecting from the surface of a cell

of or relating to the human eyelash

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Axokine, the drug now seen as having the best chance of reaching the market first, was found serendipitously Seeking to develop drugs for neurologic diseases, Regeneron identified ciliary neurotrophic factor as a possible agent and tested it in patients with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis.
Confusing names attached to intraocular medulloepithelioma in the past have hampered effective communication and probably delayed a logical system of classification for tumors of the ciliary epithelium.
The data demonstrate that inhaled RPL554 activates CFTR, and stimulates an increase in ciliary beat frequency, thus having the potential to increase mucociliary clearance and as a consequence the ability to help to reinstate a central function impaired in this disease.
In contrast to the ciliary rods of vertebrates, the rhabdomeric photoreceptors of the common fruitfly not only reliably detect single photons when dark-adapted (generating responses called quantum bumps ), but continue responding in full daylight.
Darryl suffers from primary ciliary dyskinesia (PCD) - a rare genetic disorder which means he has to spend at least eight weeks a year in hospital.
Proceeds from the event will benefit Primary Ciliary Dyskinesia (PCD) Foundation.
Just one in 10,000 people are born with the condition, PCD (Primary Ciliary Dyskinesia).
These conditions are typical in patients diagnosed with cystic fibrosis, chronic bronchitis, bronchiectasis, pneumonia, ciliary dyskinesia syndromes, asthma, muscular dystrophy, post-operative atelectasis plus neuromuscular respiratory impairments, thoracic bellows defects, and any other cardiorespiratory or neuromuscular diseases that inhibit effective cough, mucokinesis, airway clearance and expectoration.
elegans, social cell biology in microbe communities and Drosophila tumors, the Drosphila digestive tract, bacterial Mg2+ transport, SIR proteins, silent chromatin, prions, ciliary proteins, genetic techniques for archaea, nuclear control, and DNA repair.
Operations on iris, ciliary body, sclera, and anterior chamber 1.
Zhao Bingkun, an ophthalmologist in Zhejiang province, said long hours staring at bright screen in the dark can cause the ciliary muscle to over contract, affecting its ability to accommodate the changes in the lens when viewing objects at varying distances.
Martignetti and Adel Shalata, of the Ziv Medical Center Safed, Israel, and their team analysed a large Israeli Arab family affected by autosomal-recessive morbid obesity and identified a truncating mutation in the gene that recently was found to encode CEP19, a ciliary protein.
Officialsalsomadedomi- ciliary visits to 14 child benefit recipients' homes to investigate claims for 30 children.
Aqueous humor is produced by the ciliary body of the eye and it flows through the trabecular meshwork to ensure that the eye is firm so that it can function optically.
These successes were followed by Marfan syndrome and the Primary Ciliary Dyskinesia NGS panels.