cytoplasmatic


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Adj.1.cytoplasmatic - of or relating to cytoplasm
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Denich TJ, Beaudette LA, Lee H, Trevors JT (2003) Effect of selected environmental and physico-chemical factors on bacterial cytoplasmatic membranes.
4] administration provided complementary evidence to prove that treatment with N-Trisaccharide attenuated the cytoplasmatic changes.
This process is essential for recruitment of glucose transporter type 4 (GLUT4) to the cytoplasmatic membrane and for insulin-dependent glucose uptake (Imamura et al.
Somatic hybridization offers the following possible genomic manipulations: (1) overcoming sexual incompatibility; (2) producing amphyploids; (3) transferring part of one species genome to another (cybrids); (4) transferring cytoplasmatic DNA to produce male-sterile plants; and (5) producing plants resistant to environmental stresses, pests and diseases (WU et al.
Programmed cell death (apoptosis), in contrast to necrosis, is characterized by uniform internucleosomal DNA fragmentation, nuclear shrinkage, chromatin compaction as well as by cytoplasmatic condensation, and disintegration [15-16].
Glycolipids as the major autoantigens of cytoplasmatic islet cell antibodies.
5,6 This gene is composed by 18 exons that encode a protein involving five domains: the ligand binding domain, the epidermal growth factor (EGF) precursor homology domain, the domain with O-linked carbohydrates, the membrane spanning domain, and the cytoplasmatic part of the receptor.
These cells contain eosinophilic cytoplasmatic granules and predominate in case of paraganglioma.
Microtubules network: MeHg seems to interact with cytoplasmatic cytoskeletal components, including microtubules.