Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The innermost part of the body of a sponge, composed of endoderm and its associated deep mesoderm, exclusive of the choanosome: distinguished from both choanosome and ectosome.
- endo- + -some (Wiktionary)
“Under normal circumstances, NPC1, found within a cellular compartment called the endosome, helps bring cholesterol into the cell's cytoplasm, where it is necessary for healthy function.”
“By activating the PI3 kinase pathway, they found, an Ebola virus particle tricks the cell into drawing it into a bubblelike compartment known as an endosome, which is pulled, together with the virus, into the cell.”
“By activating the PI3 kinase pathway, they found, an Ebola virus particle tricks the cell into drawing it into a bubble-like compartment known as an endosome, which is pulled, together with the virus, into the cell.”
“For the first time, scientists have provided concrete evidence that endosome-mediated signaling occurs in plants, not just in animals, according to a new report in Genes and Development.”
“Fusion of several vesicles gives rise to an endosome.”
“Fusion of vesicles gives rise to an endosome (4) in which the LDL dissociates from the receptor, which is recycled (5) to the surface.”
“If it stays in the endosome, there's no infection," said Dr. Ollmann Saphire.”
“Ebola, like many other viruses, first enters a cell's endosome.”
“Influx of the protons from endosome to virus through M2 channels releases vRNPs.”
“The low pH in the endosome triggers a conformational change in the HA protein that leads to fusion of the viral and endosomal membranes.”
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