However, the 798 bp has 63.9% similarity with yeast gene CCC1 which regulates Ca2+ levels of cells, therefore we predicted AT5G24290 could play function in delaying flowering through the Ca2+ signalling pathway or by regulating cell Ca2+ levels.
Especially,the A_(3) adenosine receptor plays an important role in regulating cell vitality and growth. The overexpression of A_(3) receptors in tumors can potentially be used as a diagnostic marker or a therapeutic target.
】Insulin receptor substrate (IRS)- 2 molecule was successfully cloned by Araki and others in 1995. Asa linker protein in cytoplasm, IRS- 2 is an important molecule of INS signal intracellular conduction with main func-tions of to connect insulin receptor to the proteins with SH2 area, to communicate the signal conduction passages ofinsulin (INS) and insulin- like growth factor (IGF)- 1 and to regulate cell metabolism, growth and differentiation.
[Objective]To observe the effects of total alkaloids (TA) of Tongbiling (TBL) prescription on proliferation of T lymphocytes and transferring receptor of T lymphocytes (CD71) in rats and to explore the mechanism of TBL in regulating cellular immunity.
Genes responsive to AP-1 play an important role in regulating cell proliferation, morphogenesis, apoptosis, and differentiation.
Second, a new type of proteases has been identified along with the mechanisms regulating cell differentiation and development via intramembrane proteolysis.
Dimerization of two novel apoptosisinducing proteins and its function in regulating cell apoptosis
These compatible messengers might be the communication factors between intracellular and extracellular regions or among the cell populations, and are also important in regulating cell development procedure.
Protease cascades such as the plasminogen activation system exhibit a dual role in cell invasion by promoting pericellular proteolysis as well as by regulating cell adhesion and migration in a non-proteolytic fashion.
Endothelial barrier integrity substantially depends on the cytoskeleton, which ensures actin stress fiber formation and via actomyosin-driven contraction regulates cell shape and adhesion.
How do drug-induced topoisomerase I-DNA lesions signal to the molecular interaction network that regulates cell cycle checkpoint
LKB1 (Par-4) is required for normal activation of AMPK in the liver and also regulates cell polarity.
In particular, one major nuclear protein that regulates cell responses to DNA-damaging and stress signals, GADD45α, was expressed at much lower levels in the peripheral zone, as compared to tumour core samples.
JNK1/SAPK1, a member of MAPK family, regulates cell adaptation to stressful conditions.