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Members of the ternary complex factor (TCF) subfamily of the ETS-domain transcription factors are activated through phosphorylation by mitogen-activated protein kinases (MAPKs) in response to a variety of mitogenic and stress stimuli. The TCFs bind and activate serum response elements (SREs) in the promoters of target genes in a ternary complex with a(More)
BACKGROUND The early molecular changes preceding the onset of mucosal inflammation in colitis and their temporal relationship with gut permeability remain poorly defined. This study investigated functional and transcriptomic changes in mdr1a(-/-) mice lacking the intestinal transporter P-glycoprotein, which develop colitis spontaneously when exposed to(More)
Certain bivalent cations, particularly Mg(++) and Mn(++), can be absorbed by yeast cells, provided that glucose is available, and that phosphate is also absorbed. The cation absorption is stimulated by potassium in low concentrations, but inhibited by higher concentrations. From the time course studies, it is apparent that the absorption rather than the(More)
The ternary complex factors (TCF) are a subfamily of ETS domain transcription factors that bind and activate serum response elements (SREs) in the promoters of target genes in a ternary complex with a second transcription factor, serum response factor (SRF). Here, we have identified the SRF gene as a target for the TCFs, thereby providing a positive(More)
In November 1999, the ®rst international meeting on Microarray Gene Expression Databases (MGED) was held at the European Bioinformatics Institute in Hinxton. The goal of this meeting was to create a framework for developing standards for storing and communicating microarray-based gene expression data. To achieve this goal, the participants of the meeting(More)
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Woodlice efficiently sequester copper (Cu) in 'cuprosomes' within hepatopancreatic 'S' cells. Binuclear 'B' cells in the hepatopancreas form iron (Fe) deposits; these cells apparently undergo an apocrine secretory diurnal cycle linked to nocturnal feeding. Synchrotron-based µ-focus X-ray spectroscopy undertaken on thin sections was used to characterize the(More)
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