cytosol


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the aqueous part of the cytoplasm within which various particles and organelles are suspended

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Predicted protein had the MOD_CDK site, which is used by cyclin inhibitors in the cytosol and nucleus.
Briefly, the proteins from the cytosol and nucleus were fractionated by SDS-PAGE and subsequently transferred onto PVDF membranes.
We demonstrated that the ns laser pulse (532 nm, 6 ns) liberated doxorubicin from gold liposomes into the cytosol in drug resistant MDA-MB-231-R cancer cells.
Cross-presentation occurs in the vacuolar and endosometo-cytosol pathways, which degrades antigens within endosomes by lysosomal proteases or in the cytosol by cytosolic proteinase, respectively [7-10].
Through the grant, the company will to further develop its CPAB platform, which can generate CPABs based therapeutics with the unique ability to act on targets located inside the cytosol and the nucleus of human cancer cells.
That chemical alarm via the molecule cGAS is an important immune-system sensor for DNA that is in the soupy interior of cells, the cytosol, where DNA should not exist.
This transporter effectively transports dopamine from the cellular cytosol into synaptic vesicles (pictured below), which effectively sequesters up the dopamine and prevents it from degradation by MAO enzymes + auto-oxidation.
With the translocation domain, the fragment is then transported to endoplasmic reticulum (ER), from which the catalytic domain is released into cytosol to ribosylates EF-2, leading to its inactivation.
The PYD recruits proteins for the formation of inflammasomes, while the HIN domain recognizes and binds to DNA that can be found in the cytosol [26].
Wild-type proteins are folded properly and then secreted into the cytosol whereas mutant proteins are processed for degradation or autophagy.
After this in vitro differentiation, anti-FABP4 immunofluorescence staining revealed that ADSCs that differentiated into adipocytes appeared as accumulated lipid droplets in the cytosol (Figures 1(c) and 1(d)).
The AHR was originally discovered because of the human and animal toxicity of its most potent and persistent ligand, 2,3,7,8-tetrachlorodibenzo-pdioxin, usually just referred to as "dioxin." The canonical understanding of the AHR indicates that it is present in the cytosol as one of the components of a multiprotein complex containing the immunophilin-like protein XAP2/AIP/ARA9, the 23 kDa cochaperone protein p23, and two molecules of HSP90.
In addition, mitochondria had lower mitochondrial-membrane potential ([DELTA][psi]m) followed by the subsequent release of cytochrome C into the cytosol [2].