Nessler's reagent, Tyrosin
99%, Carboxy Methyl Cellulose (CMC), phenol red and foline phenol reagent were purchased from Sigma Aldrich, USA.
an enzyme that catalyzes the oxidation of phenolic compounds, such as tyrosin
, which originates a complex molecular cascade that culminates with the formation of a dark pigment (melanin).
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Upon the activation of JAK2, the tyrosin
residues on the catalytic sites were phosphorylated, which subsequently recruited the STAT3 protein containing the SH2 domain [33, 34].
Unlike CD3zeta, Fc[epsilon]R[gamma] does not bind the protein kinase associated with the zeta chain (ZAP[zeta]), but conversely connects with spleen tyrosin
kinase (Syk), which results in the increase of calcium level after binding with TCR .
In addition PTPN22 (protein tyrosin
phosphatase), CTLA4, and IL2RA genes have also been shown as candidates for T1DM due to their role in T-cell signaling.
and tryptophan-metabolisms in depression patients.
Upon the results, the obvious whitening effect of salidroside in vivo was observed which reminded that the proposed mechanism of action might be associated with the inhibition of oxidation of tyrosin
and L-DOPA followed by synthesis of melanin and skin tanning (Olivares and Solano 2009).
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