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Dusenberry DB and Barr J: Thermal limits and chemotaxis in mutants of the nematode Caenorhabditis elegans defective in thermotaxis.
The problem with the neutrophils that show abnormal chemotaxis may be that their development was arrested at an immature state, Genco suggests, although in microscope observations the cells appear to be fully developed.
The Effects of Rotenone on Chemotaxis in Caenorhabditis elegans.
Stromal cell-derived factor 1a activates LIM kinase 1 and induces cofilin phosphorylation for T-cell chemotaxis.
But we have earlier shown that, Hyben Vital modifies inflammation by reducing both chemotaxis and the generation of oxygen radicals in polymorphonuclear white cells (Winther et al.
Previously, a standard chemotaxis assay has been utilized to measure the olfactory behavior of C.
Endothelial cell chemokinesis, chemotaxis, proliferation, and tube formation are complementary assays that need to be confirmed in vivo.
Human IL-8 (CXCL8) is a chemokine produced by macrophages and other cells and its primary function is the induction of chemotaxis in neutrophils.
This linear array forms a flowable, biocompatible and bioactive structural matrix that can promote chemotaxis, cellular adhesion, migration and proliferation to stimulate tissue formation.
elegans, we predicted that caffeine would affect locomotion and chemotaxis in the nematodes.
Contributors offer their research in the molecular genetics of spirochetes (including the isolation and characterization of isogenic mutants, motility gene regulation and chemotaxis and development of treponeme genetic systems), genetics and diversity (including comparative genetic studies and those of genotypic variation), gene expression, and interactions of spirochetes and hosts, including Lyme disease and relapsing conditions.