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Cell Degranulation

 
 
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Disease relevance of Cell Degranulation

 

High impact information on Cell Degranulation

 

Biological context of Cell Degranulation

 

Anatomical context of Cell Degranulation

 

Associations of Cell Degranulation with chemical compounds

  • The PKC inhibitors chlorpromazine and staurosporine inhibited to a significant extent both cell degranulation and all steps leading to paf biosynthesis [10].
  • CONCLUSION: Functional differences in metachromatic cell reactivity are present in atopic subjects 4h after in vivo allergen exposure which relate to the physiological response observed after this time and suggest that there is ongoing metachromatic cell degranulation subjects who subsequently develop LAR [15].
  • Highly purified porcine phospholipase A2 induced noncytotoxic rat cell degranulation, as indicated by release of histamine without release of the cytoplasmic marker lactate dehydrogenase [16].
  • Similar to IgE-mediated cell degranulation we demonstrated inhibition of the c-fos signal in the absence of calcium and after preincubation of cells with the protein tyrosine kinase inhibitor genistein [11].
  • Similarly, MSH cell degranulation is more completely in 5-HTP-treated eels, which show simultaneously an unexplained dilatation of the swim-bladder not elicited by 5-HT treatment [17].
 

Gene context of Cell Degranulation

  • These include a loss of GLUT2, glycogen accumulation, glucose recycling, abnormal glucokinase or hexokinase, altered mitochondrial glycerol phosphate dehydrogenase (mGPDH) activity, abnormal ion channel function and beta cell degranulation [18].
  • These data suggest that the suppression of cortisol synthesis is responsible for the stimulation of the CRF ir-perikarya and the CRF release along the rostral pars distalis, inducing ACTH cell degranulation [19].
  • Activation of RBL-2H3 cells by short term PMA treatment failed to induce cell degranulation or expression of mRNA for c-fos [11].
  • Anti-OVA antisera with PCA titers of 1/32 to 1/64 failed to stimulate RBL cell degranulation, whereas high titer antibody (1/2048 to 1/4096 by PCA) induced a positive RBL cell response [20].

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