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The phosphatidylserine receptor has essential functions during embryogenesis but not in apoptotic cell removal
Ptdsr is essential for the development and differentiation of multiple organs during embryogenesis but not for apoptotic cell removal, and may have a novel, unexpected developmental function as an important differentiation-promoting gene, contradict the current view that the phosphatidylserine receptor primarily functions in apoptosis. Expand
Analysis of Jmjd6 Cellular Localization and Testing for Its Involvement in Histone Demethylation
It is confirmed that Jmjd6 forms multimers and showed that nuclear localization of the protein involves association with a nucleic acid matrix, further evidence that the involvement of Jumonji domain-containing protein 6 is unlikely to be involved in histone lysine demethylation. Expand
Influence of the naturally occurring polyamines spermine, spermidine and putrescine on the kinetic properties of acetylcholinesterase. Comparative studies with the acetylcholinesterases from the
Polyamines regulate the activity of the acetylcholinesterase from the central nervous system of the tobacco hornworm Manduca and from the synaptic plasma membrane of rat brain, and in presence of physiological concentrations of polyamines the negative cooperativity is eliminated. Expand
Somatostatin-28 is an hormonally active peptide secreted into hypophysial portal vessel blood
The amount ofSS-28 in portal plasma was, on a molar basis, similar or greater than that of SS-14 and this together with other evidence suggests that SS-28 is an hormonally active peptide. Expand