cell membrane

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Synonyms for cell membrane

a thin membrane (a double layer of lipids) enclosing the cytoplasm of a cell

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The IL-1 Trap is designed to attach to and neutralize IL-1 in the blood stream before it can attach to cell-surface receptors and generate signals that can trigger disease in body tissue.
David Julius of the University of California, San Francisco and his colleagues wondered whether pain-inducing venom ingredients might activate the dual-purpose cell-surface channels.
To get inside the lining cells on their way to the rest of the body, CVBs need to attach to a cell-surface receptor that's buried within the tight junction.
OTCBB:DSKT), a biopharmaceutical firm developing therapeutic and diagnostic products based on the biological compound adenosine 5'-triphosphate (ATP) and its cell-surface receptors, today announced that it has retained Investor Relations International, Inc.
This protein is the primary cell-surface receptor that is commandeered by HIV, which uses it to enter white blood cells.
an oncology drug development company with targeted aptamer therapeutics aimed at proprietary tumor cell-surface receptors, announced today that the U.
Teasing apart the complex circuitry of the brain might someday proceed with the flip of a switch, now that scientists have invented a light-responsive version of a common class of cell-surface proteins.
Under the terms of the multi-year agreement, Celera Genomics and Seattle Genetics will jointly designate a number of cell-surface proteins discovered and validated through Celera Genomics' proprietary proteomic platform as antigen targets.
A cell-surface protein found in the nervous system plays a central role in a chronic-pain condition known as neuropathy, a new study in rodents suggests.
is a privately held biotechnology company focused on the simultaneous discovery of novel cell-surface drug targets and the antibody therapeutics to regulate them.
DCC codes for a cell-surface receptor that binds to netrin-1, which scientists had previously linked to nervous system development.
These scientists' initial suspicion centered on neurotransmitter receptors, the cell-surface proteins that respond to the chemical signals that nerve cells secrete.