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 (trăns-mĕm′brān, trănz-)
Passing or occurring across a membrane.


(Biology) biology extending across a membrane, usually referring to a protein


(trænsˈmɛm breɪn, trænz-)

Biol. occurring across a membrane, as the transport of ions or gases.
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The change was found in the 159-171 aa area, which is in the second signal transduction extracellular transmembrane domain (Fig.
Although the palmar eruptions are self-resolving, one report found that the use of ivacaftor, a pharmacologic potentiator of the CF transmembrane conductance regulator, in CF patients with aquagenic keratoderma resulted in decrease in both sweat chloride content and in palmar wrinkling after immersion in water.
Two variations were found in functionally significant regions: one in signal peptide of the protein and second one in transmembrane helix of the protein.
Prediction of transmembrane structure showed that BnPIP- like protein contains five loops and six transmembrane helices and online analysis also indicate that it existed as homo-tetramers.
4 This gene encodes MRP6, an adenosine-5"-triphosphate-binding cassette transmembrane transporter protein primarily expressed in the liver and the kidneys.
sup][18] The a-secretase is an intramembranous protease complex capable of cleaving in excess of thirty Type 1 transmembrane proteins including amyloid precursor protein, Notch receptors, N-cadherin, and E-cadherin.
The critical transmembrane pressure range conducive to maximum fluxes was 60 kPa to 85 kPa.
An integrated scale can be used to gravimetrically control concentration while the inline SciPres[R] singleuse pressure sensors monitor transmembrane pressure to prevent extreme pressure over the membrane.
According to the recently proposed 9 transmembrane helical model, the amino acid Arg83 resides on the endoplasmic reticulum lumen side [sup][12] and is critical to glucose-6-phosphate binding and catalysis.
A report published in the journal Clinical Infectious Diseases by Dr David Hui of the Chinese University of Hong Kong said H7N9 flu virus spreads easily and more among the Chinese because of the IFITM3 gene (interferon-induced transmembrane protein-3 gene).
K3 and K5 contain an N-terminal RING-CH domain followed by transmembrane domains with hydrophilic residues at the N and C terminus, suggesting a Type IV-A topology [1].