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Synonyms for reticulum

any fine network (especially one in the body composed of cells or blood vessels)

the second compartment of the stomach of a ruminant

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The researchers identified the role of FAM134B in ensuring optimal breakdown and disposal of dysfunctional endoplasmic reticulum.
1D) from the Neodiversograptus nilssoni and Lobograptus progenitor biozones exhibit a mix of characters of older gothograptids, having a dense reticulum, and of younger forms in the absence of genicular processes (Fig.
Interrelationship between cardiac hypertrophy, heart failure, and chronic kidney disease: Endoplasmic reticulum stress as a mediator of pathogenesis.
The sides of the blebs formed the endoplasmic reticulum and their inner surfaces formed the outer membrane of the nucleus, with the original outer membrane of the archaeon becoming what we now call the inner nuclear membrane.
Prominent among these proteins is phospholamban (PLB), a transmembrane protein that is located in the cardiac sarcoplasmic reticulum (SR) and binds to and regulates the activity of a [Ca.
Further, we show that activation of p38 MAPK by expression of constitutively active MAP kinase kinase 6 (MKK6Glu) greatly enhances nuclear translocation of Xbp1s, reduces endoplasmic reticulum stress and establishes euglycemia in severely obese and diabetic mice.
A look in distribution of endoplasmic reticulum in the 10 days old grains revealed that (Figure 2) the bolder grains were conspicuous in possessing a more prominent network of rough endoplasmic reticulum, profused ribosomes attached with the vesicles as compared to the relatively higher intensity of floating ribosomes on the endoplasmic reticulum matrix of smaller grains.
Under the arrangement, thick skirt, heart, liver, kidney, reticulum and blanched beef heels offal can also be exported to the country.
In particular, X-box binding protein regulates the functional capacity of endoplasmic reticulum, the part of cells where new proteins are created, folded, and then transported out for use by the cell.
Their topics include hardware and software from microscopes to cameras used in Ca2+ recordings, bioluminescent Ca2+ indicators, intracellular calcium-sensitive microelectrodes, Ca2+ imaging of the intracellular organelles endoplasmic reticulum and mitochondria, in vivo Ca2+ imaging of the living brain using the multi-cell bolus loading technique, and Ca2+ imaging of glia.
They are constructed in the endoplasmic reticulum, and they are specifically used by cells to communicate with other cells," said Dr.
2+] entry following the depletion of endoplasmic reticulum (ER) [Ca.
This constellation was defined by the French astronomer Nicolas-Louis de Lacaille (1713-62), who adopted Reticulum to honour the eyepiece with rhomboidal crosshairs which he used to measure star positions while at the Cape of Good Hope in 1752.
The garden stakes frame her reticulum of flight: like knives they caution rashness, keep her from the hive's thick humming in the apple tree outside.
8)-650 [micro]m in equatorial diameter, distal surface rugulate to tuberculate (to laevigate), comprised of an open reticulum of fibrils, proximal surfaces laevigate, subtriangular to globose in polar view and globose in equatorial view, laesurae 44.