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cytoprotective

Definitions

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  • adjective biology That provides cytoprotection
  • noun biology Any agent that provides cytoprotection

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Examples

  • There were two Bcl-2 phenotypes coexisting in SGC7901 cells and the Bcl-2 cytoprotective phenotype could change into a cytodestructive phenotype following conformational change of Bcl-2, triggered by arsenic trioxide exposure.

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  • At low concentrations at least CO and bilirubin exert cytoprotective and anti-inflammatory activities

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  • There were two Bcl-2 phenotypes coexisting in SGC7901 cells and the Bcl-2 cytoprotective phenotype could change into a cytodestructive phenotype following conformational change of Bcl-2, triggered by arsenic trioxide exposure.

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  • Given that HSF1 coordinately activates the expression of multiple protein chaperones and other cytoprotective genes

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  • Physiological or pharmacological stimuli promote the dissociation of the Nrf2-Keap1 complex resulting in stabilization of Nrf2, translocation to the nucleus and induction of phase II cytoprotective genes

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  • "So, the harmful effect of ethanol on astrocytes is mitigated by the silver nanoparticles, which act as a cytoprotective agent", explains Javier Selva, a lecturer with the Department of Cell Biology, Immunology and

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  • TITLE: Connexin 43 acts as a cytoprotective mediator of signal transduction by stimulating mitochondrial KATP channels in mouse cardiomyocytes

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  • N, Horvath I, Torok Z, Balogh G, et al. (1997) Bimoclomol: a nontoxic, hydroxylamine derivative with stress protein-inducing activity and cytoprotective effects.

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  • Wei H, Perry DC (1996) Dantrolene is cytoprotective in two models of neuronal cell death.

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  • They concluded that EER extract possesses antisecretory, cytoprotective, and anti-ulcer activities against experimentally-induced gastric lesions.

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