cell organelle


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Related to cell organelle: mitochondria, endoplasmic reticulum
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Cells metabolize their old proteins and cell organelles by breaking them down in a process called autophagy.
It is important to note, students must have been given a prior experience or some kind of direct instruction regarding cell organelles.
The seven chapters also describe a porous polymersome reactor that mimics the natural compartmentalization of enzymes in the cell organelles, DNA origami formation, and nanocarriers being developed as enzyme drug delivery vehicles.
The integrity of cell organelles in the secondary follicles in controls (Figure 5A) and DCV7 group (Figure 5F) was well preserved.
According to a University of Colorado Cancer Center study, autophagy, from the Greek "to eat oneself", is a process of cellular recycling in which cell organelles, called autophagosomes, encapsulate extra or dangerous material and transport it to the cell's lysosomes for disposable.
The VizuCELL product line comprises the most popular cell lines in imaging (HeLa and U-2 OS), which are large cells growing in monolayers, therefore enabling unambiguously visualization of cell organelles and the cytoskeleton.
The VizuCELL product line comprises HeLa and U-2 OS, allowing unambiguous visualisation of cell organelles and the cytoskeleton.
This bubble fuses with lysosomes, cell organelles whose contents include the enzyme B-galactosidase.
The objective of this present study was to have a further insight into the possible mechanism leading to differential growth of different grains, examine the structure of different cell organelles, and to point out correlations, if any, between their ultrastructural profiles and yielding abilities.
Studies of metabolic syndrome in an animal model have demonstrated that the marine omega-3 fatty acid, docosahexaenoic acid (DHA), increased fatty acid oxidation, probably through the genetically induced proliferation of cell organelles where metabolic energy and heat are produced, namely mitochondria and peroxisomes.