FOSB is a member of the Fos family (c-Fos, FosB, and its smaller splice variants, Fra-1 and Fra-2), which dimerize
with Jun proteins to form AP-1 transcriptional factor complex.
Next, the methyl radical may also abstract amethylenic hydrogen atoms from the rubber RH (R4) or dimerize
to give ethane (R5).
The test principle depends on that the molecule 2,2'-diphenyl-1-picryl-hydrazyl (DPPH ) is categorized as a stable free radical species by rule of the delocalization of the spare electron over the molecule components, so that the molecule cannot dimerize
. Such electron delocalization gives the molecule deep violet color when in ethanol or methanol as solution, with an absorption band measured at 517 nm.
Thus, HER-3 receptor should dimerize
with other ErbB receptors, especially with HER-2, to drive downstream signaling pathways.
The polymer bond involves about 20 monomers, and the chain can still dimerize
to form bonds with other chains forming the gel networks in the form of precipitates .
explained this by the ability of TFF1 to dimerize
with cysteine-rich molecules, as cysteine-rich intestinal protein 1 (CRIP1) which also may be overexpressed in breast cancer and might be an interacting partner for TFF1 .
However, this strategy restricts the overall targetable sequence space because it requires two Cas9-compatible sequences to be close enough (~15 to 25 bp) in order for FokI to dimerize
and cleave the target DNA.
However, under hypoxia, stable alpha subunit moves to nucleus to dimerize
with beta subunit.
(13) Once they dimerize
, receptor-associating JAKs autophosphorylate and become activated.
This excess amount of IL-12p40 (monomer) may also dimerize
to from IL-12p80 (homodimer).
Velours, "In the absence of the first membrane-spanning segment of subunit 4(b), the yeast ATP synthase is functional but does not dimerize
or oligomerize," The Journal of Biological Chemistry, vol.
Hydrated electrons and [H.sup.*] radicals reduce [Ag.sup.+] to [Ag.sup.0], which further dimerize
when they encounter or associate with [Ag.sup.+] and progressively grow yielding the formation of metal clusters and particles.