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The Appendix. Official Organ of the Health Sciences Library. October, 2011
Contributor:Health Sciences Library
CCML Council Quotes Vol. 12 (4)
Contributor:Colorado Council of Medical Librarians
Thyroid hormone responsive protein Spot14 modulates fatty acid synthase kinetics and fatty acid products
Contributor:Rudolph, Michael C.
The mammary gland synthesizes and secretes a complex fluid, milk, that is balanced in nutrient content and uniquely tailored to the growth and development of the neonate. Milk is comprised of three primary nutrients ...
The role of co-activating factors in the HIF-mediated hypoxia response
In response to hypoxia, cells mediate expression of genetic programs through stabilization of HIF1α and HIF2α hypoxia inducible transcription factors. Activation of HIF target genes promotes cell proliferation, apoptotic ...
Corpus Callosum: the bundle of nerves which link the two hemispheres of the brain
Contributor:Sayre, Thomas H.
The anti-insulin B cell receptor in autoimmune diabetes
Contributor:Packard, Thomas A.
B cells are required during the pathogenesis of autoimmune diabetes and this functionality is independent of antibody secretion, but dependent on MHC expression and B cell receptor (BCR) specificity. Together, this suggests ...
MicroRNAs as a marker of cardiovascular disease in Marfan syndrome and Marfan-related disorders
Contributor:Nguyen, Thuy-mi Phan
Genetic counseling is an important process in the care of patients with Marfan syndrome and related disorders (MSRD) because it provides individualized risk assessment that can aid in determining prognosis and help healthcare ...
PigK underlies macho behavior and is required for Rohon-Beard cell excitability
The study of touch-evoked behavior allows investigation into the cells, circuits, and specific proteins and channels required for a tactile response. I investigated a mutant zebrafish strain, macho, lacking a touch response ...
Update on the distribution and evolution of the aldehyde dehydrogenase superfamily in vertebrates and biochemical and polymorphic characterization of human ALDH1B1
The aldehyde dehydrogenase (ALDH) superfamily is a group of enzymes that catalyze the NAD(P)⁺-dependent oxidation of a wide variety of endogenous and exogenous aldehydes to their corresponding carboxylic acids. This family ...