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Blepharismone     calcium4-(2-formamido-5- hydroxy-phenyl)-2...

Synonyms: Gamone II, AG-K-24080, AC1L4ROQ, CTK4J3559, AR-1I1595, ...
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  • Conjugation in Blepharisma japonicum is induced by interaction between complementary mating-types I and II, which excrete blepharmone (gamone 1) and blepharismone (gamone 2), respectively [1].
  • PHA, Con-A, or anti-tubulin antibodies inhibit homotypic pair formation, in B, intermedium mating type-I cells in the presence of suboptimal concentrations of gamone II [2].


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