Example sentences for: isomerase

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  • The hybrid-fold-recognition method, which combines sequence-profile analysis with alignment-based secondary-structure prediction [ 22] and the 3D-PSSM method [ 23] both suggested a likely α-amylase-like triosephosphate isomerase (TIM) barrel structure for this protein family.

  • The first, the ER overload response, triggers the activation of the transcription factor NFkB and the subsequent upregulation of inflammatory proteins [ 13 ] . The second, the unfolded protein response (UPR) induces three divergent cellular events: (i) the activation of transcription factor ATF6 leading to the upregulation of ER chaperones such as protein disulfide isomerase, (ii) upregulation of the pro-apoptotic transcription factor GADD153 and (iii) suppression of protein synthesis via phosphorylation of eukaryotic translation initiation factor 2α (eIF2α) by pancreatic eIF2α kinase (PEK/PERK, [ 11 12 ] ). Upregulation of the ER chaperones, GADD153 and PERK in response to a toxic insult would constitute direct evidence of an ER stress response.

  • Dienoyl CoA isomerase (also known as Δ3,5 Δ2,4 dienoyl CoA isomerase; Ech1 transcripts) converts double bonds to

  • For dual localization experiments, a 1:1000 dilution of a rabbit polyclonal anti-β-coatomer protein (β-COP) antibody (Affinity BioReagents) or a 1:200 dilution of a rabbit polyclonal anti-protein disulfide isomerase (PDI) antibody (StressGen Biotechnologies) was included with the EE mouse monoclonal.

  • Nostoc has frnE (encoding a thiol-disulfide isomerase) inserted between tyrA (p) and aroB . Four subclasses of tyrA are defined according to the substrate specificities of the TyrA gene product: tyrA p , specific for prephenate; tyrA a , specific for arogenate; tyrA c , accepts either prephenate or arogenate; and tyrA (p) , has broad specificity but exhibits a distinct preference for prephenate.

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