The natural migratory potential of SW620 cells was higher than that of SW480 cells. The ability of proliferation and migration in SW620 cells and induction of IL-8 protein in SW620 cells were obviously increased with PAR1,PAR2 agonists and factor Ⅶa.
Objective: To observe the influence of 23- hydroxyl betulinic acid(23-HBA) on the proliferative, migratory ability and morphological change of blood vessel endothelial cell line ECV-304. Methods:SRB method was used to evaluate the inhibition rate of 23-HBA on ECV-304. Agar was used to evaluate the diversion ability of endothelial cell in vitro.
International migration of specialized human capital is the elemental form of international talent flows in the era of knowledge economy, while such kind of migratory behavior will result in the contest for interests between nations, not just the advantages and disadvantages of specialized human capital in the international community composed by sovereign states.
The thesis is from the angle of system thinking for the first time,the farmer-worker " migratory bird type " of our country of comprehensive analysis moves the phenomenon trans-regionally,study and consider the advantages and disadvantages that the rural worker moves,and realize citizen the rural worker's necessity and feasibility,draw the conclusion: Farmer-worker citizens solve the effective route of the urbanization problem and rural problem of our country.
The progenitor cells migrate to the olfactory bulb from the subependymal zone of the lateral ventricles via a rostral migratory stream formed by the astrocytes, and then they differentiate to neural and glial cells.
Heterogeneity and Polymorphism of Functionally Specialized Blood Proteins in Migratory Fish: The Case Study of the North Caspian
These changes suggest a significant role of the blood albumin system in adaptation of the Caspian sturgeon migratory species to fresh water life conditions.
Heterogeneity and Polymorphism of Functionally Specialized Blood Proteins of Migratory Fish on the Example of the North Caspian
This puts the Russian sturgeon in a special position with reference to migratory teleostean fish, specifically salmonids, in which the specific weight of the protein of "slow" and "fast" hemoglobins undergoes changes upon change of the habitat.