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Jelmer Willems et al.
Scientific reports, 12(1), 4676-4676 (2022-03-20)
Visualizing the subcellular distribution of proteins and determining whether specific proteins co-localize is one of the main strategies in determining the organization and potential interactions of protein complexes in biological samples. The development of super-resolution microscopy techniques such as single-molecule
Panagiotis Tsapras et al.
Cell reports, 38(4), 110286-110286 (2022-01-27)
Selective autophagy is a catabolic route that turns over specific cellular material for degradation by lysosomes, and whose role in the regulation of innate immunity is largely unexplored. Here, we show that the apical kinase of the Drosophila immune deficiency
Nina M Alyoshina et al.
International journal of molecular sciences, 24(14) (2023-07-29)
Serotonin (5-hydroxytryptamine, 5-HT) is known to be a regulator of oocyte maturation in a large number of animal species. In maturing mammalian oocytes, the accumulation of exogenous, maternal serotonin occurs due to the activity of the membrane transporter SERT. In
Antibody structure, instability, and formulation.
Wang W
Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences, 96, 1-26 (2007)
P Casali et al.
Current topics in microbiology and immunology, 210, 167-179 (1996-01-01)
Natural antibodies arise independently of known antigenic stimulation, are mostly IGM, polyreactive, and are generally encoded by V genes in germline configuration. Polyreactive IgM natural antibodies are produced by mainly B-1 cells which account for most of the B cell
Nina M Alyoshina et al.
International journal of molecular sciences, 23(23) (2022-12-12)
Serotonin (5-HT) plays an essential role in regulating female reproductive function in many animals. 5-HT accumulates in the mammalian ovary with the involvement of membrane serotonin transporter SERT and is functionally active in the oocytes of growing follicles, but shows
Human placental Fc receptors and the transmission of antibodies from mother to fetus
Simister NE and Story CM.
Journal of Reproductive Immunology, 37, 1-23 (1997)
Johannes Alexander Müller et al.
Cell reports, 39(3), 110696-110696 (2022-04-21)
Stable function of networks requires that synapses adapt their strength to levels of neuronal activity, and failure to do so results in cognitive disorders. How such homeostatic regulation may be implemented in mammalian synapses remains poorly understood. Here we show
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