As with perhaps every relational response, young children first learn how to coordinately
relate stimuli based on formal stimulus properties.
PGC-1[alpha]-responsive genes involved in oxidative phosphorylation are coordinately
downregulated in human diabetes.
regulates expression of multiple metastasis-associated micro-RNAs (miRNAs) (27), whereas its expression in metastatic human breast cancer cells leads to selective repression of epidermal growth factor receptor and downstream Akt signaling (28).
In mice genetically bred for calcineurin deficiency, the researchers saw that this deficiency causes a dramatic reduction in the expression of genes that coordinately
regulate calcium-handling and contraction.
Glucose-1-phosphate utilization by Listeria monocytogenes is PrfA dependent and coordinately
expressed with virulence factors.
Ghltathione metabolic genes coordinately
respond to heavy metals and jasmonic acid in Arabidopsis.
Although the lining cell hyperplasia and MMP3 production appear to be coordinately
regulated by cytokines such as interleukin 1 and tumor necrosis factor [alpha], (45) the present study showed no correlation between the immunoreactivity and the lining cell hyperplasia.
RNA profiling faces challenges because RNA is relatively unstable, the data analysis is difficult, and determining which genes are coordinately
regulated can only be done by inference.
The two isoforms of IL-1Ra are differentially and coordinately
expressed from a single gene.
The financial ecological environment in different regions continued to improve and the regional economy and finance were developed coordinately
We will use functional genetic, genomic profiling, and pharmacological approaches to assess these two new modes of regulating invasive growth, and then apply the knowledge in preclinical trials aiming to lay the groundwork for future clinical trials in which these intersecting hallmark capabilities are coordinately
disrupted, with promise for more enduring therapeutic responses and benefit to cancer patients.
They act coordinately
or antagonistically to repress or promote transcription, respectively, throughout embryonic development (Schuettengruber et al.
We have a sound will to conduct this process coordinately
," he noted.
The orphan nuclear receptor SXR coordinately
regulates drug metabolism and efflux.
Our work exemplifies how one signal coordinately
maintains two types of stem cells in a single niche, or microenvironment," said Dr Erika Matunis, associate professor of cell biology at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine.