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Drosophila melanogaster
Gene: ... Disease relevance of Ras85D Noonan syndrome and related disorders: dysregulated RAS- mitogen.... coli GTP binding protein that is essential for proliferation. High impact information on Ras85D We find... in Drosophila. Previous analyses have demonstrated that Ras1( p21ras) operates upstream of the D- Raf( Raf1... / Synonyms: D-Ras; D-Ras1; D-ras-1
Chemical compound: ... Psychiatry related information on serine D- serine may enhance a form of hippocampal NR2B- dependent LTD that contributes to spatial reversal learning. Chemical compound and disease context of serine Levels of D- Ser and its producing enzyme, serine racemase, in spinal cords of ALS mice were... / Synonyms: D-Serin; D-Ser; H-D-Ser-OH
Chemical compound: ... and functionally intact in all subjects, as demonstrated by normal gastrointestinal radiology and xylose absorption..., and accelerated breakdown of ribonucleotides. Body weight( P< 0. 003 ), lean body mass( P< 0. 006 ), D- xylose... and D- Xylose absorption. Transketolase is a key enzyme in the pentose- phosphate pathway which has been... / Synonyms: D-Lyxose; D-ribofuranose
Drosophila melanogaster
Gene: ... Disease relevance of GstD2 The genomic DNA for the two Drosophila genes, gstD1 and gstD21, were... of a purple bacterium leading to the mitochondrion. High impact information on GstD2 The minus end- directed... the choice of polyadenylation sites for the gstD21 mRNAs through sensing the concentrations of the native 3... / Synonyms: GST D2; GST-D2; Glutathione S-transferase D2
Homo sapiens
Gene: ... - trace. RT- PCR revealed PGDS gene expression in all meningiomas studied, regardless of histological... from healthy subjects. We measured the concentration of lipocalin- type prostaglandin D synthase( PGDS...( PG) D synthase( PGDS) gene, as well as endogenously produced PGD( 2) in sleep regulation in vivo, we... / Synonyms: Glutathione-requiring prostaglandin D synthase; Hematopoietic prostaglandin D synthase; Prostaglandin-H2 D-isomerase
Homo sapiens
Gene: ... coverage is recommended to reduce phenotype misclassification. Physical interactions of CYP2D6 All 16 sera... with fluorescence detection, biphasic Michaelis- Menten kinetics were obtained for formation of all three... patients. There was strong evidence against linkage for the remaining loci in all families analyzed... / Synonyms: CYP2D; CYP2D7AP; CYP2D7BP
Chemical compound: ... Disease relevance of alanine Spherical E. coli due to elevated levels of D- alanine carboxypeptidase. METHODS: In HTC rat hepatoma cells, oxidative stress was produced by exposure to H( 2) O( 2) or D- alanine plus D- amino acid oxidase( 40 U/ mL). Thus, D- alanine and D- serine are toxic to plants... / Synonyms: D,L-Alanine; D-(-)-Alanine; PubChem11009
Chemical compound: ... . This supports the hypothesis that the mechanistic basis for the sigmoidal behavior is the same for both d... variant. Bacillus stearothermophilus tyrosyl- tRNA synthetase binds d- tyrosine with an 8. 5- fold lower affinity than that of l- tyrosine( K( D- Tyr )( d)= 102 microm) and exhibits a 3- fold decrease... / Synonyms: D-tyrosine; D-Tyr; D-TYR-OH
Chemical compound: ... the secretory response to non- glucidic nutrients or to D- glyceraldehyde is normal. Ectopic expression... / Synonyms: D-glucose; D-mannose; D-galactose
Rattus norvegicus
Gene: ... Glutathione- independent prostaglandin D synthase[ prostaglandin- H2 D- isomerase;( 5Z, 13E )-( 15S )- 9 alpha, 11 alpha- epidioxy- 15- hydroxyprosta- 5, 13- dienoate D- isomerase, EC 5. 3. 99. 2] is an enzyme responsible for biosynthesis of prostaglandin D2 in the central nervous system. Prostaglandin( PG) D2 has been... / Synonyms: Glutathione-requiring prostaglandin D synthase; Hematopoietic prostaglandin D synthase; Prostaglandin-H2 D-isomerase


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