Example sentences for: dependent

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  • The optimal utilization of the metabolic pathways was dependent on the specific transport flux constraints, and the qualitative shifts in optimal metabolic behavior as a function of two transport fluxes are shown in the PhPP.

  • The " cases" of the 1830s framed tribe-state-union relations thus: The tribes were neither foreign nor subject nations; they were "domestic dependent nations," "wards" to the union's "guardian."

  • Another important difference between cohesin binding along arms and at centromeres is that the arm sites do not appear to be dependent on a DNA consensus sequence, whereas binding to pericentric regions requires specific centromere sequence [13,14].

  • In the present study in the mouse, differentiation of osteoclast progenitors appears to be dependent on the direct interaction of bone marrow stromal cells with Ocl precursor cells [ 19, 20].

  • C/EBP is previously reported to be an important accessory factor for transactivation by several other transcription factors [ 26 ] . C/EBPβ was shown to transactivate the α1-acid glycoprotein gene promoter even when mutated in the DNA-binding domain, and this activation appeared to depend on protein-protein interaction with glucocorticoid receptor through the leucine zipper region [ 27 ] . Recently, a conserved domain in C/EBPα and C/EBPβ was shown to mediate cAMP responsiveness, strengthening the fact that C/EBP may be characterized as a cAMP-responsive nuclear regulator [ 28 29 ] . On the COX-2 promoter in granulosa cells, cAMP-mediated regulation was shown to be mediated primarily by an E-box that bind USF1 and USF2 isoforms in a manner resembling the RIIβ E-box in Sertoli cells [ 30 ] . Transactivation of the COX-2 gene in skin carcinoma cells is highly dependent on this E-box together with a C/EBP binding site that bind C/EBPβ and C/EBPδ [ 31 ] . These data strengthens a model of formation of a cAMP-responsive unit (CRU) containing USF and C/EBP.

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