- adj. Of or pertaining to the cytosol.
“Fluorescent indicators for cytosolic calcium based on rhodamine and fluorescein chromophores," J. Biol.”
“Fortunately, the fluorescent indicators for Ca2+ had finally progressed enough to enable the first direct measurements of cytosolic Ca2+ in lymphocytes, including the elevation due to mitogenic stimulation12,13.”
“Fluorescent indicators for cytosolic sodium," J. Biol.”
“Coupling diurnal cytosolic Ca2+ oscillations to the CAS-IP3 pathway in Arabidopsis.”
“I recall reading an interesting paper by Ferid Murad's group in 1977, in which nitric oxide and various nitro compounds were shown to activate the cytosolic form of guanylate cyclase and to elevate cyclic GMP levels in various tissues.”
“ESCRT-III cleaves the bud necks from their cytosolic faces.”
“The precise functions of this small cytosolic protein are still under investigation. α-Synuclein has been proposed to regulate soluble”
“Treh-1 is a cytosolic enzyme involved in the hydrolysis of endogenous trehalose, while Treh-2 is an extracellular enzyme proposed to have a role in the assimilation of exogenous trehalose as a carbon source”
“In contrast, GSIIB proteins of P. patens lacked transit sequences, suggesting a cytosolic function.”
“In our experiments, exposure of EA. hy926 cells to GSM RF fields across a wide range of SARs did not lead to any significant changes in the homeostasis of cytosolic Ca”
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