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intrinsic

(Belonging), adjective implicit, inherent, pertinent
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intrinsic

(Deep down), adjective deep-seated, inner, internal, inward
See also: born, central, essential, implicit, ingrained, inherent, innate, native, organic, virtual
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According to their sequence homology and sub-cellular location, plant AQPs could be subdivided in four subgroups: plasma membrane intrinsic proteins (PIPs): PIP1, PIP2 and PIP; tonoplast intrinsic proteins (TIPs), which further subdivided into 5 subgroups: a, b, g, d and e-TIP; nodulin 26-like intrinsic proteins (NIPs); small and basic intrinsic proteins (SIPs, further subdivided into 2 subgroups: SIP1 and SIP2); GlpF-like intrinsic proteins (GIPs).
0 with homologous cloning method, according to the sequence of Arabidopsis plasma membrane intrinsic proteins gene (PIP, Genbank: NP_195236.
Distinct transport selectivity of two structural subclasses of the nodulin-like intrinsic protein family of plant aquaglyceroporin channels.
The structure, function and regulation of the nodulin 26-like intrinsic protein family of aquaglyceroporins.
2+] concentration in the cytoplasm is known to gate both plant plasma membrane intrinsic proteins (PIPs) (Tournaire-Roux et al.
Plant type-1 PIPs (PIP1) and type-6 nodulin intrinsic proteins (NIP6) also display little or no water transport activity when expressed in amphibian oocytes (Chaumont et al.
A single aquaporin gene encodes a water/glycerol/urea facilitator in Toxoplasma gondii with similarity to plant tonoplast intrinsic proteins.

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