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CALD1  -  caldesmon 1

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Biological context of CALD1

  • The preferential expression of cartilage markers in vitro suggests that CDMP-1, CDMP-2, BMP-7, and BMP-6 have the potential to induce differentiation towards a chondrogenic phenotype in ligament fibroblasts [2].
  • 2. Rates of oxygen consumption was greatest (P less than 0.001) for muscle from 10-21-d-old dairy calves and lowest (P less than 0.05) for CDM calves [4].

Anatomical context of CALD1

  • METHODS: Ligament fibroblasts were obtained from 3 month old calves, plated as monolayers or micromass cultures, and incubated with or without CDMP-1, CDMP-2, BMP-7, and BMP-6 [2].
  • The chromatographic elution profiles of tRNA-A sn, tRNA-A sp, tRNA-H is and tRNA-T y r from SV40-transformed BALB-3T3 cells grown in fetal calf serum or cald serum-supplemented media have been examined [5].

Associations of CALD1 with chemical compounds

  • [14C]phenylalanine incorporation and tyrosine release of skeletal (sternomandibularis) muscle from 10-21-d-old (three) and 7-month dairy (three) calves and control (CDM; four) and extreme double-muscled (EDM; two) calves [4].


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