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Precipitin Tests

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  • Immunoblots and immunoprecipitations, using anti-chicken integrin antibodies, revealed three different sizes of the chicken subunit (90, 95, and 120 kD) and a mouse 140-kD alpha subunit [24].
  • Cell surface- and intracellular-specific immunoprecipitations of monensin-treated cells revealed that gp70 can be localized to the cell surface only in the presence of 1 microM dexamethasone, while in uninduced cells gp70 is irreversibly sequestered in an intracellular compartment [25].
  • The appearance of BiP and FKBP65 in the immunoprecipitations could be enhanced by the addition of brefeldin A (BFA) and N-acetyl-leu-leu-norleucinal (ALLN) to the culture medium for the final 4 h of labeling [26].
  • Quantitative immunoprecipitations have indicated that these isolates synthesize dihydrofolate reductase at an elevated rate over its synthesis in sensitive cells [27].
  • Immunoprecipitations of metabolically labeled 32P-proteins from Kasumi-1 cells show that AML1 and ETO are phosphorylated on serine and threonine [28].

Gene context of Precipitin Tests

  • Immunoprecipitations of beta pat-3 from developmentally staged populations of C. elegans showed that the expression of several of these bands changes during development [29].
  • Additional proteins associated with Sec6/8/15 were identified by immunoprecipitations from radiolabeled lysates [30].
  • GTP binding assays performed with immunoprecipitations of CD59 indicated that there was GTP-binding activity associated with this molecule [31].
  • We were unable to detect an hER-SRC-1 complex in our immunoprecipitations from MCF-7 cells [32].
  • Here we show, by both 2D gel analyses and chromatin immunoprecipitations (ChIP), that there exists a second level of global control mediated by the intra-S-phase checkpoint protein complex of Tof1p and Csm3p that protect stalled forks at Ter sites against the activity of the Rrm3p helicase ("sweepase") [33].

Analytical, diagnostic and therapeutic context of Precipitin Tests


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