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MeSH term: ... understood. In rats, in vivo intraportal administration of a recombinant Ad containing the E. coli lacZ gene... of Escherichia coli An E. coli strain carrying a fusion of the MalE and lacZ genes is induced for the synthesis... in E. coli. The nifH and P2 promoters can be activated in free- living cultures of R. meliloti... / Synonyms: Diffusely Adherent E. coli; E coli; Enteroaggregative E. coli
Chemical compound: ... Disease relevance of Dinoprostone The hemodynamic and oxygen transport effects of prostaglandin E1.... BACKGROUND: Misoprostol, a prostaglandin E1 analog registered for the prevention of gastric ulcers in NSAID... with a Bishop score< 8 were randomized to either 0. 5 mg prostaglandin E2 intracervical gel( Prepidil) every 6... / Synonyms: Prostaglandin E2; E2, Prostaglandin
MeSH term: ... ( K( RD )) of lac repressor for E. coli DNA carrying a deletion of the lac operon was measured... in which the mouse mammary tumor virus gag- pro frameshift region is placed upstream of the lacZ gene... reaction- amplified fragments from the bacterial lacZ gene expressing up to 282 amino acids were added... / Synonyms: Gene, LacZ; Genes, LacZ; LacZ Gene
Chemical compound: ... and RARbeta2. Chemical compound and disease context of Retinoic acid All- trans- retinoic acid( RA) is active..., defines patterning, morphogenesis, and differentiation. Anatomical context of Retinoic acid All- trans... and dibutyryl cyclic AMP results in a biochemically demonstrable rise in acetylcholinesterase( AChE) activity...
Chemical compound: ... of all malnourished patients, whole- blood LTC4 synthesis was higher in kwashiorkor patients than...- h adherent human monocytes release both cyclooxygenase( e. g ., thromboxane[ TX] B2, prostaglandin[ PG] E2) and 5- lipoxygenase( e. g ., leukotriene[ LT] B4, LTC4) products of arachidonic acid... / Synonyms: BML1-E07
Chemical compound: ... High impact information on AICAR Z- nucleotide accumulation in erythrocytes from Lesch- Nyhan patients. A small amount of Z- nucleotide accumulation was also found in one individual with partial... of the possibility that GTP or ATP depletion, or Z- nucleotide accumulation, occurs in HGPRT- deficient neurons...
Drosophila melanogaster
Gene: ... High impact information on E( z) The Arabidopsis gene MEDEA displays an imprinted pattern of gene expression and has homology to the Drosophila Polycomb group( PcG) protein Enhancer- of- zeste( E( z )). Mutations in polycombeotic, a Drosophila polycomb- group gene, cause a wide range of maternal and zygotic... / Synonyms: E(Z); E(z)1; E[z]
Chemical compound: ... with arachidonic acid( all- cis- 5, 8, 11, 14- eicosatetraenoic acid). Associations of arachidonic acid with other... / Synonyms: (all-Z)-5,8,11,14-Eicosatetraenoic acid
Homo sapiens
Gene: ... activity was approximately 10- fold lower than either carboxypeptidase E or D expressed using the same... with the extracellular matrix. High impact information on CPZ Carboxypeptidase Z( CPZ) is a newly reported member... with extracellular matrix. Carboxypeptidase Z is present in the regulated secretory pathway and extracellular matrix... / Synonyms: Carboxypeptidase Z
Chemical compound: ... High impact information on cis- Tamoxifen As part of a study into nonisomerizable antiestrogens, the diastereoisomeric dihydrotamoxifens 7 and 8 were prepared by catalytic transfer hydrogenation of( Z )- and( E )- tamoxifen and were shown by NMR spectrometry to exist in preferred conformations with hydrogen atoms... / Synonyms: Tamoxifen (E)


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