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  • noun biochemistry Any of several related fungal metabolites that have an effect on cytokinesis while not affecting karyokinesis

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  • Despite of our use of cytochalasin B in extract preparation to prevent a massive contamination of the microtubule pellet with polymerizing actin filaments

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  • To explore the mechanism of invasion, gentamicin protection assays were also performed with endometrial cells that had been incubated for 1 h in control medium or in medium with 1 µg/ml cytochalasin D or 5 µg/ml colchicine before addition of 10 M.O.I. bacteria.

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  • When cytochalasin D, a small molecule which permeates cells and inhibits cytoskeleton polymerization, was applied to one of the identified proteins, it repaired cilium formation in cells carrying mutations.

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  • To explore the mechanism of invasion, gentamicin protection assays were also performed with endometrial cells that had been incubated for 1 h in control medium or in medium with 1 µg/ml cytochalasin D or 5 µg/ml colchicine before addition of 10 M.O.I. bacteria.

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  • "While the use of cytochalasin D is not a viable solution in patients because of its toxicity, we now know that pharmacological solutions for ciliopathy exist," said Kim.

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  • "While the use of cytochalasin D is not a viable solution in patients because of its toxicity, we now know that pharmacological solutions for ciliopathy exist," said Kim.

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  • "While the use of cytochalasin D is not a viable solution in patients because of its toxicity, we now know that pharmacological solutions for ciliopathy exist," said Kim.

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  • When cytochalasin D, a small molecule which permeates cells and inhibits cytoskeleton polymerization, was applied to one of the identified proteins, it repaired cilium formation in cells carrying mutations.

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  • When cytochalasin D, a small molecule which permeates cells and inhibits cytoskeleton polymerization, was applied to one of the identified proteins, it repaired cilium formation in cells carrying mutations.

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  • To explore the mechanism of invasion, gentamicin protection assays were performed with endometrial cells that had been incubated for 1 h in control medium or in medium with the host cytoskeletal inhibitors cytochalasin D (microfilaments) or colchicine (microtubules) before addition of 10 M.O.I. bacteria.

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