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cPLA2 is phosphorylated and activated by MAP kinase
Treatment of cells with agents that stimulate the release of arachidonic acid causes increased serine phosphorylation and activation of cytosolic phospholipase A2 (cPLA2). Here we report that cPLA2Expand
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βCAP73: A novel β actin‐specific binding protein
: Whereas actin-binding proteins (ABPs) regulate network formation during the cell cycle, it is not known whether ABPs also function to sequester or target isoactins to specific subcellularExpand
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Development and Optimization of a Methotrexate Topical Formulation
AbstractA topical methotrexate (MTX) formulation that would achieve optimal drug buildup in the epidermis and diminish potential systemic toxicity could be of great utility in the treatment of aExpand
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Improved Legionella selective media by the addition of fluconazole: results of in vitro testing and clinical evaluation.
Overgrowth of yeast can occur on Legionella media containing the antifungal agent anisomycin, preventing the recovery of Legionella from clinical specimens. 34 strains of yeast—C. albicans (19), C.Expand
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Biological characteristics of Fusarium circinatum
Fusarium circinatum,pathogen of pitch canker, could grow in six different kinds of tested culture medium. Its growth was the fastest on PDA plate, while selective medium was the slowest on theExpand
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The effect of temperature on respiration rate in Saccharomyces cerevisiae Alice Lin, Curtis J. Ma, Earvin R. Remandaban, Jacqueline R. Romeyn, and Vivian Wu
Respiration plays a crucial role in the function of cells and is necessary for the continuation of life. Aerobic respiration is one of two methods in which Saccharomyces cerevisiae , also known asExpand