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Menthol Receptor-A Thermosensitivity Determinant in Cold Temperature

According to a study in Nature by Yale School of Medicine, the University of California at San Francisco (UCSF), and the University of Wisconsin, the menthol receptor detects a wide range of cold temperatures and relays the information to the brain. The finding solves the mystery of how impo...

Researchers Discover Key to Body’s Ability to Detect Subtle Temperature Change

... laboratory cell cultures to form new functioning channels. Assuming this process also happens in normal cells, it suggests a likely mechanism for the thermosensitivity seen in all animal cells, Zheng explained. “We found that, by reassembling subunits we potentially have a lot more than six channel types respo...
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THERMOSENSITIVITY OF THE RESTORATION OF MALE FERTILITY AND GENOTYPIC ...

ISHS XXII International Eucarpia Symposium, Section Ornamentals, Breeding for Beauty THERMOSENSITIVITY OF THE RESTORATION OF MALE FERTILITY AND GENOTYPIC DIFFERENCES ...

Increase in Thermosensitivity of Tumor Cells by Lowering Intracellular ...

Increase in Thermosensitivity of Tumor Cells by Lowering Intracellular pH 1 ... We previously reported that the thermosensitivity of tumor cells can be ...

Changes in Thermosensitivity of Mouse Mammary Carcinoma following ...

The time course of change in thermosensitivity of SCK tumor cells in vivo was ... The initial increase in thermosensitivity might be attributed to the acidic and ...

Overexpression of Yeast Hsp110 Homolog Sse1p Suppresses ydj1-151 ...

sse1 mutants are unable to rescue ydj1-151 thermosensitivity. ... although this domain is required to suppress ydj1-151 thermosensitivity (Figure (Figure5).5 ) ...

Cytosolic and ER J-domains of mammalian and parasitic origin can ...

... their ability to reverse the thermosensitivity of a dnaJ cbpA mutant Escherichia ... thermosensitivity of E. coli OD259 through J-domain-based regulation of the ...
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