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CREB

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(Biochemistry) cyclic amp-response element binding protein; a protein involved in the long-term memory process
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Kinsenoside elevated the phosphorylation of AMPK (a signaling molecule) and the transcriptional factors PPAR[alpha] and CREB.
With UBC CREB approval, we can immediately take the steps needed to open this trial to patient recruitment and treatment.
The researchers showed that not only are the presence of CREB important to learning, but the amount of CREB protein determines how quickly an animal learns.
The expression of Bcl-2 can be induced by several promoters that bind to its regulatory region, including CREB (81).
Dan Borland, who has served as president of IPB since Opus's inception, has been promoted to president of CREB, and will also lead the structured-finance division.
The activation of these cascades, particularly the MAPK pathway, ultimately results in the recruitment and phosphorylation of two transcription factors, CREB and Elk-1, which in turn enhance the expression of a gene, activity-regulated cytoskeleton-associated (Arc) immediate-early gene, (1) (see figure 3) (Bramham et al.
2+], CaMKI, CREB, dendrites, developmental neurotoxicity, hippocampal MEK, neuronal connectivity, neurons, non-dioxin-like PCBs, ryanodine receptor, Wnt2.
CREB has been found to help fight addiction (SN: 5/24/08, p.
The CREB program provides these nonprofit utilities with interest-free loans for financing qualified renewable energy projects.
The Hebb rule, LTP, and CREB protein are associated with the formation of long-term memories.
and State University of New York, Stony Brook, resulted from attempting to characterize a family of genes regulated by the "cAMP response element binding" protein, or CREB.
This study also investigated the effects of TBT exposure on CREB phosphorylation state utilizing specific antibodies to CREB and phosphorylated CREB.