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Synonyms for noncellular

not made up of or divided into cells



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The virus-induced modifications at the cell surface or subcellular surface could relate to the eventual destruction of the infected cells as well as shed light on the extrusion mechanism of the progeny virus particles from the cell surface.
The cellular category includes the structure of subcellular compartments, the localization of proteins, and macromolecular complexes.
In an ongoing study, the subcellular location of administered Verteporfin, photobleaching rates are being determined in CV-1 cells (African green monkey kidney).
This work focuses, in particular, on the morphologic events caused by venom activity at subcellular level.
Indeed, previous theoretical studies have indicated that the effects of gravity would be minuscule at the subcellular level (Albrecht-Buehler, 1991; Nace, 1983; Pollard, 1965, 1971; Todd, 1989).
In a way analogous to scientific photographs, with their probes of proteus bacteria, subcellular structures, and microorganisms, in Johnson's work the invisible world becomes visible and real.
The supersecret government project shrinks the medical research team to under corpuscle-size and then injects it into the subject's circulation (there to ride the great blood rivers and micropinpoint the problem, rooting it out completely at the subcellular level) only if the health of a statesman or military commander is in jeopardy; it's unthinkable they'd fund it for the purely wonder-stuffed pleasure of learning the body the way we'd paddlewheel up other unknown interiors, stopping to watercolor the spigoted caverns, meditate inside an expanse of densely webbed and brambled parkland, dig up a tussock, sing off-key, return home with a bag of souvenirs.
Chapter 1 provides a brief introduction to brain function and the author's hierarchical model of four levels of understanding: overall neuroanatomy; cellular structure; subcellular structure; and functional level.
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Tenders are invited for tenders are sought for the supply and installation of a confocal high content imaging system to support a wide range of biological samples ranging from single cell subcellular assays to complex 3d multicellular organoids.
They discuss structural characterization of EPAC by x-ray crystallography; sensory neuron cAMP signaling in chronic pain; monitoring real-time cyclic nucleotide dynamics in subcellular microdomains; identifying complexes of adenylyl with A-kinase anchoring proteins; assessing cyclic nucleotide binding domain allostery and dynamics by nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy; a protocol for expression and purification of cyclic nucleotide-free protein in E.
Future work will utilize hyperspectral imaging and automated analysis to determine the subcellular localization of cAMP and PDE4 isoforms in PMVECs.
When cells divide, Lis1 controls orientation of the mitotic spindle, an apparatus of subcellular fibers that segregates chromosomes during cell division.
The book is written with a preference for breadth over depth, beginning with several chapters to cover the basics for students with a non-molecular background in biology and continuing on in survey fashion to the topics of genomics research, RNA and protein function, gene expression, subcellular life-forms, and DNA alteration.
Subcellular distribution of alpha-tocopherol is not uniform with lysosomes being particularly enriched in the vitamin compared to other subcellular membranes.