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Caveolin-2 is one of the major protein components of cholesterol- and glycosphingolipid-rich flask-shaped invaginations of plasma membrane caveolae. A new body of evidence suggests that caveolin-2 plays an important, and often more direct, role than caveolin-1 in regulating signaling and function in a cell- and tissue type-specific manner. The purpose of(More)
Caveolae are cholesterol and glycosphingolipid-rich flask-shaped invaginations of the plasma membrane which are particularly abundant in vascular endothelium and present in all other cell types of the cardiovascular system, including vascular smooth-muscle cells, macrophages, cardiac myocytes, and fibroblasts. Caveolins and the more recently discovered(More)
  • Redaktor Tomu Dr, Arkadiusz Januszewski, Anna Łaszkiewicz, Marcin Stawiszyński, Waldemar Bojar, Marcin Heczko +10 others
  • 2004
The paper analyses the main electronic business development drivers in Lithuania. This paper has argued that the sustainable development of electronic business depends on substantial and coordinated changes on the level of business firms, market conditions, human recourses, and the culture and institutions of society. The analysis of main factors affecting(More)
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