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  • adj. of or relating to a mitogen
  • adj. causing mitosis

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Examples

  • • While they added some general chemistry to the hypothesis of photon emission, they did not address the more mysterious assertion of Gurwitsch that the photons themselves, forming the so-called mitogenic rays, stimulated cellular responses.

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  • The tyrosine-protein phosphatase non-receptor type 11 encoded by PTPN11 plays a regulatory role in a wide array of cell-signaling events involved in the control of cell functions, such as mitogenic activation, metabolic control, transcription regulation and cell migration.

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  • 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.

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  • Aberrant ErbB receptor signaling is associated with various types of malignancies. gamma-Tocotrienol is a member of the vitamin E family of compounds that displays potent anticancer activity that is associated with suppression in ErbB receptor phosphorylation and mitogenic signaling.

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  • The MAPK/ERK1/2 serine kinases are primary mediators of the Ras mitogenic signaling pathway.

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  • In somatic cells, mitogenic factors exert their effects on cell cycle progression via, while in mouse embryonic cells at the early cleavage stage, which is characterized by a short G1 phase,

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  • Do carelesly the plasmin or synthesize your bombee into a milliliter until you are mitogenic to cooperate the medicine.

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  • The mitogenic activity of Nr4a1 requires DNA binding and translocation to the nucleus

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  • One concept the company is also pursuing is another long-acting analogue, but unlike Sanofi Aventis 'Lantus product, Thermalin believes their does not have mitogenic tendencies, for which there are some concerns may increase cancerous growths with long-term usage.

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  • Kurtzhals P. Shaffer L, Sorensen A, Kristensen C, Jonassen I, Schmid C, Trub T. Correlations of receptor binding and metabolic and mitogenic potencies of insulin analogs designed for clinical use.

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