Example sentences for: i-iii

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  • Based on an earlier secondary structure of the Id(i-iii) region, the κ helix included positions 190-204 (Figure 2a).

  • Fibronectin contains three types of homology sequences, I-III; type I sequences bind heparin, Staphylococcus aureus, fibrin, and cell surfaces, type II sequences bind collagen and gelatin, and type III sequences bind DNA, cell surfaces, heparin, and fibulin-1 [ 40 43 ] . Fibulin-1 interacts with fibronectin through a heparin-binding region in type III 13 repeat; the binding of fibulin-1 to this site is independent of the binding of heparin as addition of exogenous heparin does not inhibit fibulin-1 binding to fibronectin [ 40 ] . The fibronectin-binding site in fibulin-1 is located in EGF-like modules 5 and 6 [ 44 ] ; the binding of fibulin-1 to fibronectin is a heterotypic interaction in which an EGF-like module binds to a non EGF-like domain (the type III 13 fibronectin repeat) [ 40 ] .

  • CAMK IV homolog seems to be broadly expressed in layers I-III of the dorsal horn (Fig.

  • Metabotropic glutamate receptors (mGluRs) are a family of class 3 G protein-coupled receptors with important functions in the regulation of synaptic transmission, plasticity, neuronal excitability, and the regulation sensory transduction [ 1 2 3 4 5 ] . The eight mGluRs (mGluR1-8) and their splice variants have been divided into three groups (I-III) based on sequence homology, pharmacology and G protein coupling profiles [ 3 6 7 ] . Group II (mGluR2 and 3) and III (mGluR4, and 6 through 8) couple negatively to adenylate cyclase through activation of the G i/o family of G proteins [ 8 ] . Group I mGluRs (mGluR1 and 5) couple to multiple G proteins in native and heterologous systems, and have been observed to couple to G q/11 , G i/o and/or G s [ 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 ] . mGluRs appear to be important mediators of synaptic transmission in the brain.

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