Example sentences for: interfering

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  • If there is an area of the spectrum that is interfering with the analysis, it may be removed cleanly by zeroing out the coefficients in those areas of the spectrum.

  • CC-1065 (Figure 1) is among the most potent antitumor agents discovered [ 9 10 11 12 13 ] . It binds to double-stranded B-DNA within the minor groove with a sequence preference for 5'-d(A/GNTTA)-3' and 5'-d(AAAAA)-3', and alkylates the N3 position of the 3'-adenine with its left-hand CPI segment [ 14 15 ] . CC-1065 also inhibits gene transcription by interfering with binding of the TATA box-binding protein to its target DNA [ 16 ] . Despite its high potency and broad spectrum of antitumor activity, CC-1065 cannot be used in humans because it causes delayed death in experimental animals [ 17 ] . To pursue compounds possessing the potent antitumor activity but devoid of the toxic side effects of the parent compound, many CC-1065 analogues have been synthesized [ 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 ] .

  • Tat has been shown to down-regulate mannose receptor, EDF-1, CD3-gamma, and TCR/CD3 surface receptor [ 14 ] . Tat reduces mannose receptor levels and promoter activity in mature macrophages and dendritic cells by interfering with the host transcriptional machinery; resulting in decreased levels of surface mannose receptor needed for Ag (mannosylated albumin uptake) or pathogen capture (Pneumocystis carinii phagocytosis), and eventual delivery to MHC class II-containing intracellular compartments [ 15 ] . EDF-1, a gene down-regulated when endothelial cells are induced to differentiate in vitro , was shown to be down-regulated by Tat at the transcriptional level, resulting in the inhibition of endothelial cell growth and in the transition from a nonpolar cobblestone phenotype to a polar fibroblast-like phenotype [ 16 ] .

  • And while such potential connections could be drawn for any number of molecules, Gandy and colleagues went on to test whether statins exert their effect on APP cleavage by interfering with the isoprenoid/Rho/ROCK1 pathway.

  • The repeated and highly expressed nature of the gene suggests that it has evolved to be dominantly interfering - the challenge is to determine the mechanism of dominance over the Z-encoded HINT .


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