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Interaction of SAP97 with Minus-end-directed Actin Motor Myosin VI
- Hongju Wu, J. E. Nash, P. Zamorano, C. Garner
- Biology, Medicine
- The Journal of Biological Chemistry
- 23 August 2002
SAP97 is a modular protein composed of three PDZ domains, an SH3 domain, and a guanylate kinase-like domain. It has been implicated functionally in the assembly and structural stability of synaptic… Expand
Local Sharing as a Predominant Determinant of Synaptic Matrix Molecular Dynamics
Recent studies suggest that central nervous system synapses can persist for weeks, months, perhaps lifetimes, yet little is known as to how synapses maintain their structural and functional… Expand
Assembly of Active Zone Precursor Vesicles
- T. Dresbach, V. Torres, +7 authors E. Gundelfinger
- Biology, Medicine
- Journal of Biological Chemistry
- 3 March 2006
Neurotransmitter release from presynaptic nerve terminals is restricted to specialized areas of the plasma membrane, so-called active zones. Active zones are characterized by a network of cytoplasmic… Expand
Biodiversity of pathogenic wood fungi isolated from Xylotrechus arvicola (Olivier) galleries in vine shoots
Aim : Grapevine decline caused by wood fungi seriously threatens viticulture worldwide. In Spain, the polyphagous borer Xylotrechus arvicola (Coleoptera, Cerambycidae) is becoming a serious pest in… Expand
Low ubiquinone content in Escherichia coli causes thiol hypersensitivity.
Thiol hypersensitivity in a mutant of Escherichia coli (IS16) was reversed by complementation with a plasmid that carried the ubiX gene. The mutant had low ubiquinone content. Complementation… Expand
Caracterización morfológica y molecular del nematodo formador de quistes de la patata ("Globodera sp.") en Castilla y León
[If the walls could talk: space and its feminine investiture: Santiago, 1650-1750].
- Pedro Martín Zamorano
- Art, Medicine
- Revista chilena de historia y geografia
Infectoepidemilogic and immunologic implications of Campylobacter coli enteritis in one newborn monozygotic twin pair.
- H. Fernández, M. Broussain, J. Bertoglio, P. Zamorano, R. Rios
- Arquivos de gastroenterologia
Since campylobacter infections in humans at early age have not been thoroughly documented yet, it seemed interesting to report the occurrence of two simultaneous cases of C. coli enteritis in one… Expand