CONC ENT RATION: The concentration (eg, of a drug ) within a cell . intracellular
: Within a cell . INTRA CRANIAL: Within the cranium . M. avium- intracellular
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... (cAMP) and that catalyzes the activity of intracellular
protein s. There are two isozymes of protein ... substrate (reactant) molecules. Virtually all intracellular
chemical reactions are catalyzed by enzyme s. ... how the extracellular Wnt ligand stimulates intracellular
signaling, we recently demonstrated that members ...
... speech problems and dementia . withdrawal ... cytomegalovirus infections of the eyes ; generalized infection with Mycobacterium avium- intracellular
e, or "MAI" (an organ ism resembling the cause of tuberculosis ); and numerous neurological disorders, including progressive dementia . ...
... Enzyme Protein or RNA chain that catalyzes a particular biochemical reaction involving specific substrate (reactant) molecules. Virtually all intracellular
chemical reactions are catalyzed by enzyme s. An example of an enzyme is Lactase . Home ... Enzyme A type of protein , produced in the ...
... Eye Infections , Viral - Infections of the eye caused by minute intracellular
agents. These infections may lead to severe inflammation in various parts of the eye - conjunctiva , iris , eyelids, etc. Eye ...
... of folic acid . Folate antagonists are used to treat cancer . Also called anti folate . FOLFOX ... ANTI FOLATE : An agent that inhibits intracellular
production of folinic acid . Folic acid ( folate ) is a B vitamin that is needed to make new cells in the body.2 What do we know already ...
... , which is the accumulation of cholesterol -rich fatty deposits in arteries. To elucidate how the extracellular Wnt ligand stimulates intracellular
signaling, we recently demonstrated that members of the LDL receptor-related protein (LRP) family, ... Too many Americans have high levels of ...
... Less than 10% of the person's daily calorie s should come from saturated fats. About 10% should come from unsaturated fats. Through exocytosis, intracellular
protein c ontents such as hormone s and neurotransmitters can be released. A group of submicroscopic pathogen s consisting essentially of a ...
... beat, and brain function. One's age, sex, body weight , and level of physical activity impact the basal metabolic rate. MITOCHONDRIA - A small intracellular
organ elle which is responsible for energy production and cellular respiration . See cytochrome. [ Med Help International ] [ Search ] [ Ask the ...
... Toxoplasmosis Definition: Toxoplasmosis is an infection with the protozoan intracellular
parasite Toxo plasma gondii. Toxoplasmosis (toxo): An infection caused by a single-celled parasite named Toxo plasma gondii that may ...