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of or relating to uniform movement without rotation

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The results suggest that genderrelated propolis effect might be explained by increased sensitivity to 5FU in males as the result of translationally downregulated DPD.
TCTP, the translationally controlled tumor protein, is involved in various biologically relevant processes (Bangrak et al., 2004; Thayanithy, 2005; Meyvis et alt 2009), with the expression of TCTP mRNA possibly being subject to rapid induction by growth signals (Chen et al, 2007), cytokines (Nielsen et al, 1998), and metal pollution or stress (Bona et al, 2007; Schmidt et al, 2007; Hinojosa et al, 2008; Bancia et ai, 2011).
The Cntnap2-/- model has been identified as a promising and translationally relevant animal model for the development of microbiome-inspired therapies for the effective treatment of GI and behavioral dysfunctions in ASD
The prospect of translationally relevant safety biomarkers for use in the prognosis of DILI outcomes in patients is encouraging (Ozer et al., 2008).
- Hear the spotlight session on developing translationally relevant 3D models for pre-clinical drug development, presented by Jason Ekert, Head of Complex In Vitro Models at GlaxoSmithKline
Translationally controlled tumour protein (TCTP) is a novel glucose-regulated protein that is important for survival of pancreatic beta cells.
The expression of immune-related genes in hemocytes (translationally controlled tumor protein [TCTP, GenBank EU305625], cytosolic manganese superoxide dismutase [cMnSOD, GenBank DQ298207.1], and penaeidin4 [GenBank DQ211701]) and hepatopancreas (heat shock protein 70 [HSP70, GenBank JQ736788]) was determined by quantitative real-time PCR using a CFX96 system and the CFX Manager version 3.0 (BioRad Laboratories, Hercules, CA, USA) (Table 1).
A, B: translationally congruent cogwheels; [L.sub.1]; [L.sub.2], [L.sub.A], [L.sub.B]: light sources; [M.sub.1], [M.sub.2]: mirrors in parallel position; [S.sub.1], [S.sub.2]: diaphragms with scales; [alpha], [beta]: deviation angles assuming a stationary ether so that [alpha] > [beta] as the mirrors rotate, the arrow below indicating the direction of motion of the earth around the sun.
The spike glycoproteins are synthesized as precursor glycoprotein which post translationally cleaved into two subunits, S1 and S2.
Regnase-1 destabilizes translationally active mRNAs in the polysome fraction, and translation termination is required for Regnase-1mediated mRNA decay.
Both AltMV and PVX virions were found to be translationally activated.
Recent studies have demonstrated that translational repression precedes mRNA degradation but is not always followed by mRNA degradation: indeed, it has been observed that a microRNA-repressed mRNA can be translationally reactivated [23].
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