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Molecular characterization of phagosomes.
The transformation of newly formed phagosomes into mature phagolysosomes is a process that involves a complex series of interactions between phagosomes and other vacuolar organelles. The machineryExpand
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Intermediate Filament Protein Partnership in Astrocytes*
Intermediate filaments are general constituents of the cytoskeleton. The function of these structures and the requirement for different types of intermediate filament proteins by individual cells areExpand
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Cell cycle-dependent variations in the distribution of the nuclear protein cyclin proliferating cell nuclear antigen in cultured cells: subdivision of S phase.
  • J. Celis, A. Celis
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences…
  • 1 May 1985
Immunofluorescence analysis of synchronously growing transformed human amnion cells (AMA) using autoantibodies specific for cyclin has revealed dramatic changes in the nuclear distribution of thisExpand
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Reference points for comparisons of two‐dimensional maps of proteins from different human cell types defined in a pH scale where isoelectric points correlate with polypeptide compositions
A highly reproducible, commercial and nonlinear, wide‐range immobilized pH gradient (IPG) was used to generate two‐dimensional (2‐D) gel maps of [35S]methionine‐labeled proteins from noncultured,Expand
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Characterisation of two major cellular poly(rC)-binding human proteins, each containing three K-homologous (KH) domains.
We have revealed and characterised two nucleic-acid-binding proteins, termed PCBP-1 (M(r) 37,525, pI 7.07) and PCBP-2 (M(r) 38,579, pI 6.76), that together with heterogeneous ribonucleoparticleExpand
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Cell Biology: A Laboratory Handbook
Contents of Volume 1: Part A. Cell and Tissue Culture: Associated Techniques. Section 1. General Techniques. Section 2. Culture of Specific Cell Types: Stem Cells. Section 3. Culture of Specific CellExpand
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Identification of Extracellular and Intracellular Signaling Components of the Mammary Adipose Tissue and Its Interstitial Fluid in High Risk Breast Cancer Patients
It has become clear that growth and progression of breast tumor cells not only depend on their malignant potential but also on factors present in the tumor microenvironment. Of the cell types thatExpand
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Structural basis for the recognition of carbohydrates by human galectin-7.
Knowledge about carbohydrate recognition domains of galectins, formerly known as S-type animal lectins, is important in understanding their role(s) in cell-cell interactions. Here we report theExpand
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Human Proteinpedia enables sharing of human protein data
viewed directly in the MMCD interface or downloaded as a tab-delimited file for viewing with spreadsheet software.We have also built a ‘Miscellanea’ search engine that allows users to filter resultsExpand
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Molecular cloning and expression of a transformation-sensitive human protein containing the TPR motif and sharing identity to the stress-inducible yeast protein STI1.
A transformation-sensitive human protein (IEF SSP 3521) that is 2-fold up-regulated in SV40-transformed MRC-5 fibroblasts has been purified by two-dimensional gel electrophoresis, microsequenced, andExpand
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