One is the contrast mode, which uses a 410 nm laser and visualizes vascular microarchitecture and similar narrow band imaging, while the other bright mode uses an excitatory white light 450nm laser that visualizes mucosal microvascular and microtubular
Doxatel is an antineoplastic agent that acts by disrupting the microtubular
network during cell division.
PIG is characterized by specific changes to the thickened glomerular basement membrane (GBM), including microspheres, microtubular
structures, and podocytic infolding.
It interacts with the microtubular
and spindle contractile proteins in the S phase of the cell cycle, causing mitotic arrest and cell death.
Induction of the human gene for p44, a hepatitis-C-associated microtubular
aggregate protein, by interferon-alpha/beta.
Furthermore, another study suggested that oocyte or embryo accumulation might be useful for specific conditions, such as cystic fibrosis and X-linked microtubular
Konomi, "Electrochemical impedance spectroscopy analysis of an anode-supported microtubular
solid oxide fuel cell," Journal of The Electrochemical Society, vol.
Dysregulated metabolism results from altered mitochondrial trafficking and enhanced mitochondrial degradation, which can lead to alteration in tau and microtubular
Brignolo-Holmes, "The taiep rat: a myelin mutant with an associated oligodendrocyte microtubular
defect," Journal of Neurocytology, vol.
Close up of gametes showing their folding around the nucleus, organelles and microtubular
Hay estudios que senalan que la hiperfosforilacion reduce la capacidad de la Tau para estabilizar los microtubulos, comprometiendo la dinamica microtubular
, afectando el transporte intraneuronal, resultando en efectos deletereos sobre diversos procesos celulares.
"An Ultrastructural Study of the Effects of Very High Frequency Ultrasounds on a Microtubular
System (Axopods of a Heliozoan).," Biol.