Category Archives: Growth Factor Receptors

Auditory control in the cochlea depends upon the integrity from the mechanosensory hair cells

Auditory control in the cochlea depends upon the integrity from the mechanosensory hair cells. high-frequency recognition occurring in the low-frequency and bottom in the apex. With the option of molecular and hereditary details and the capability to change genes by … Continue reading

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Supplementary MaterialsSupplementary Material JCMM-24-7067-s001

Supplementary MaterialsSupplementary Material JCMM-24-7067-s001. of neonatal rat lungs with SUMO1\RNAi\LV. We discovered that the expression of C/EBP and surfactant proteins increased following SUMO1 knockdown. Furthermore, the relatively low decrease in the levels of C/EBP sumoylation was correlated with reduced glycogen … Continue reading

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Supplementary MaterialsSupplemental data jciinsight-5-136653-s073

Supplementary MaterialsSupplemental data jciinsight-5-136653-s073. Iproniazid phosphate nanoparticle vaccine immunogenicity in little and large animal models will facilitate the medical development of nanoparticle vaccines for broad and durable safety against varied pathogens. = 5 mice per group) were vaccinated intramuscularly with … Continue reading

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Introduction: Skin is among the major target organ for adverse drug reactions (ADRs)

Introduction: Skin is among the major target organ for adverse drug reactions (ADRs). and Thornton criteria) of a said drug. Results: Out of 2171 ADRs reported during study period, 538 were cutaneous ADRs (24.78%). The most common clinical presentation was … Continue reading

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