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Effects of estradiol on the endocyte transport of vitamin D carrier protein in hepatocytes.
The BLASTP result of EcPIN1c showed 90% and EcPIN1d showed 99% similarities with the auxin efflux carrier proteins of O.
Gene GenBank ID Description name ACP1 JQ806272.1 Jatropha curcas plastid acyl carrier protein 1 mRNA KASU NM_001306021.1 Jatropha curcas 3-oxoacyl-[acyl-carrier-protein] synthase II, chloeoplastic (LOC105638018), mRNA D9SD JQ806303.1 Jatropha curcas delta-9-estearoyl-acyl carrier protein desaturase mRNA FAD2-1 JQ806297.1 Jatropha curcas fatty acid desaturase 2 mRNA FAD2-2 JQ806301.1 Jatropha curcas delta-12-acyl-lipid desaturase mRNA Actin NM_001308728.1 Jatropha curcas actin-7 (LQC105645143), mRNA Gene -Sequence identity (%)- name J.
Previous studies had demonstrated that the UCP3 was a member of the mitochondrial anion carrier protein families that play pivotal roles in energy metabolism and lipid metabolism [16, 17].
BSA is the most common carrier protein in the macromolecular, stable structure of the single polypeptide chain without carbohydrates, which is preferred for haptens in the conjugation reactions due to various functional groups carried by the structure in the antibody formation(10, 20, 21).
The glycoconjugate vaccine previously evaluated by our group was glycosylated via two sequons incorporated into the ExoA carrier protein [23].
Sterol carrier protein 2 (SCP-2) binds cholesterol and phospholipids with high affinity.
Neovacs' Kinoid technology combines a targeted cytokine attached to a carrier protein as the immune-stimulating molecule.
First, the scientists conjugated various synthetic peptides, homologous to the gluten amino acid sequence, to keyhole limpet hemocyanin, a carrier protein. The peptides were inoculated into rabbits to produce polyclonal antibodies.
Assessing selenium status from both the total amount of the mineral in the blood and the serum selenoprotein P levels, which reflect the amount of selenium bound up in the carrier protein, the team found that a higher selenium status is significantly associated with a lower risk of bowel cancer.
It uses the mutated diphtheria toxin, [CRM.sub.197], as a carrier protein (MenACWY-CRM), and is licensed in the United States for persons aged 2 months to 55 years.
Like most steroid molecules in blood, vitamin D circulates bound to a carrier protein, vitamin D binding protein (VDBP).
In contrast, a number of pneumococcal conjugate vaccines (PCV) in which PS is covalently coupled to an immunogenic carrier protein have shown efficacy in this population.
These proteins include 3-oxoacyl-acyl carrier protein synthase 2,3-oxoacyl-acyl carrier protein reductase, the acetyl-CoA carboxylase biotin carboxylase subunit, the acyl carrier protein, and NADH-dependent enoyl-acyl carrier protein reductase.
BSA is a major constituent of blood plasma, functioning as a carrier protein and regulator of osmotic pressure to maintain the proper distribution of body fluids.