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Uncoupling serves an important physiologic function by dissipating excess energy in the presence of a positive energy balance.
Despite the identification of additional uncoupling proteins (UCP2, UCP3), mitochondrial uncoupling in brown adipose tissue through UCP1 remains the only major mechanism for adaptive thermogenesis.
report that mice lacking a molecule called uncoupling protein 3 (UCP-3) don't suffer fevers or die when given ecstasy.
The protein, known as Uncoupling Protein 3 (UCP3), is a recently discovered member of a group of proteins involved in energy metabolism within intracellular organelles known as mitochondria, the engine rooms of the cell.
Division Arrested Assay Ready Cells(TM) are designed to reduce the need of our clients to engage in costly ongoing cell culture operations to support cell-based drug discovery, effectively uncoupling the process of cell production from drug screening.
The date of the pair has come under fire especially since it was only two months after Gwyneth Paltrow and Chris Martin announced their "conscious uncoupling.
GWYNETH Paltrow and Chris Martin's conscious uncoupling is official - as both step out without their wedding rings.
5,853,975 and covers drug screening methods for identifying compounds, such as small molecules, that modulate the activity of Uncoupling Protein Homologue (UCPH), a protein that is involved in human energy expenditure and weight modulation.
The gene, described in the March Nature Genetics, encodes a molecule that researchers have dubbed uncoupling protein 2, or UCP2.
Uncoupling the subscriber content-interaction reporting from the front-end gives any email service provider, ISP, CRM company, Internet marketing firm or media agency the ability to include behavioral analysis and Informative Marketing as part of its standard offering.
The cars have modular equipment to facilitate repairs without the necessity of uncoupling the cars.