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EOAs, reversibly and in a concentration dependent manner, decreased rat left atrium contractile force (Fig.
The resulting iodothyronines are then reversibly combined with the storage protein, thyroglobulin, within the lumen of each of the thyroid follicles (Leatherland 1988, 1993).
Experimental studies have shown that many glycolytic enzymes bind cytoskeletal proteins reversibly including lactate dehydrogenase (LDH), fructose-1,6-bisphosphate aldolase (aldolase), glyceraldehydes 3-phosphate dehydrogenase (GAPDH), 3-phosphoglycerate kinase, glucose isomerase, phosphofructokinase, and pyruvate kinase (3,4) and that the interaction may be electrostatic in nature (3).
It is physically dissolved in the plasma, and chemically and reversibly bound to hemoglobin.
The human genome is known to encode over 500 different protein kinases, which are the key regulatory enzymes inside of cells that catalyze the phosphorylation of proteins at about 100,000 different sites to reversibly control their functional activities.
Professor David Handelsman said: ``This is the first time a reversible male contraceptive that will suppress sperm production reliably and reversibly has been fully tested by couples.
Professor David Handelsman, of the Anzac Research Institute in Sydney, said: 'This is the first time a reversible male contraceptive that will suppress sperm production reliably and reversibly has been fully tested by couples.
The CPW transmission line is reversibly driven from the low-loss superconducting state to the high-loss normal state when the microwave currents within the device exceed a critical value.
MIT engineers and colleagues from the University of California are reporting a unique design of a "smart surface" that can reversibly switch properties in response to an external stimulus.
According to Daihatsu, X-ray diffraction showed that as the new catalyst is cycled between oxidative and reductive atmospheres typically encountered in exhaust gas, palladium reversibly moves into and out of the preovskite lattice.
Active compounds adsorbed on the resin are reversibly removed using an ethanol/water solution.
Flavors, fragrances and other ingredients containing primary or phenolic hydroxyls or amino groups can be bound reversibly in (hemi-) acetals or imines, giving them pH-dependent controlled release properties.