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Lepine, F.L.; Brochu, F.; Milot, S. 1995: C irradiation-induced degradation of organochlorinated pollutants in fatty acid esters and in cod. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 43: 1-4
Hagbarth, K.E.; Kunesch, E.J.; Nordin, M. 1986: C loop contributing to maximal voluntary contractions in man. The Journal of Physiology 380: 5-91
Henner, W.D.; Rodriguez, L.O.; Hecht, S.M. 1983: C ray induced deoxyribonucleic acid strand breaks: 3' glycolate termini. Journal of Biological Chemistry 258: 1-13
Tomita, T.; Takikawa, R.; Koyama, A. 1999: C terminus of presenilin is required for overproduction of amyloidogenic Ab42 through stabilization and endoproteolysis of presenilin. Journal of Neuroscience 4): 627-34
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Kamao, M.; Tatematsu, S.; Hatakeyama, S. 2004: C-3 Epimerization of Vitamin D3 Metabolites and Further Metabolism of C-3 Epimers. 25-Hydroxyvitamin D3 is Metabolized to 3-Epi-25-hydroxyvitamin D3 and Subsequently Metabolized Through C-1a or C-24 Hydroxylation. Journal of Biological Chemistry 279(16): 897-907
Kharbanda, S.; Pandey, P.; Ren, R. 1995: C-Abl activation regulates induction of the SEK1/stress-activated protein kinase pathway in the cellular response to 1-b- D-arabinofuranosylcytosine. Journal of Biological Chemistry 270: 278-281
Dolci, S.; Eusebi, F.; Siracusa, G. 1985: C-Amino butyric-N-acid sensitivity of mouse and human oocytes. Developmental Biology 109: 2-6
Lutz, P.L.; Edwards, R.; Mcmahon, P.M. 1985: C-Aminobutyric acid concentrations are maintained in anoxic turtle brain. American Journal of Physiology 249: 72-4
Thampy, K.George; Barnes, E.M.Jr 1984: C-Aminobutyric acid-gated chloride channels in cultured cerebral neurons. Journal of Biological Chemistry 259: 53-57
Akaike, N.; Hattori, K.; Inomata, N. 1985: C-Aminobutyric-acid- and pentobarbitone-gated chloride currents in internally perfused frog sensory neurones. The Journal of Physiology 360: 7-86
Englard, S.; Blanchard, J.S.; Midelfort, C.F. 1985: C-Butyrobetaine hydroxylase: stereochemical course of the hydroxylation reaction. Biochemistry (American Chemical Society) 24: 10-16
Nibbs, R.J.B.; Salcedo, T.W.; Campbell, J.D.M. 2000: C-C chemokine receptor 3 antagonism by the b-chemokine macrophage inflammatory protein 4, a property strongly enhanced by an amino-terminal alanine-methionine swap. Journal of Immunology 164(3): 88-97
Andrew, D.P.; Ruffing, N.; Kim, C.H. 2001: C-C chemokine receptor 4 expression defines a major subset of circulating nonintestinal memory T cells of both Th1 and Th2 potential. Journal of Immunology 166(1): 3-11
Ying, S.; Robinson, D.S.; Meng, Q.; Barata, L.T.; McEuen, A.R.; Buckley, M.G.; Walls, A.F.; Askenase, P.W.; Kay, A.B. 1999: C-C chemokines in allergen-induced late-phase cutaneous responses in atopic subjects: association of eotaxin with early 6-hour eosinophils, and of eotaxin-2 and monocyte chemoattractant protein-4 with the later 24-hour tissue eosinophilia, and relationship to basophils and other C-C chemokines (monocyte chemoattractant protein-3 and RANTES). Journal of Immunology 163(7): 3976-3984
Mcintosh, J.Michael; Olivera, B.M.; Cruz, L.J. 1984: C-Carboxyglutamate in a neuroactive toxin. Journal of Biological Chemistry 259: 343-346
Lee, Y.N.; Tuckerman, Jan; Nechushtan, Hovav 2004: C-Fos as a Regulator of Degranulation and Cytokine Production in FCRI-Activated Mast Cells. Journal of Immunology 173(4): 71-7
He, H.; Qi, X.M.; Grossmann, J. 1998: C-Fos degradation by the proteasome. An early, Bcl-2-regulation step in apoptosis. Journal of Biological Chemistry 273(39): 015-019
Inada, K.; Okada, S.; Phuchareon, J.; Hatano, M.; Sugimoto, T.; Moriya, H.; Tokuhisa, T. 1998: C-Fos induces apoptosis in germinal center B cells. Journal of Immunology 161(8): 3853-3861
Bridges, R.J.; Meister, A. 1985: C-Glutamyl amino acids. Transport and conversion to 5-oxoproline in the kidney. Journal of Biological Chemistry 260: 04-08
Mutsch Eckner, M.; Meier, B.; Wright, A.D. 1992: C-Glutamyl peptides from Allium sativum bulbs. Phytochemistry 31(7 ): 89-91
Steinkamp, R.; Rennenberg, H. 1984: C-Glutamyl-transpeptidase in tobacco suspension cultures: catalytic properties and subcellular localization. Physiologia Plantarum 61: 1-6
Newton, G.L.; Javor, B. 1985: C-Glutamylcysteine and thiosulfate are the major low-molecular-weight thiols in halobacteria. Journal of Bacteriology 161: 8-41
Seelig, G.F.; Meister, A. 1984: C-Glutamylcysteine synthetase: interactions of an essential sulfhydryl group. Journal of Biological Chemistry 259: 34-38
Niida, S.; Kawahara, M.; Ishizuka, Y. 2004: C-Glutamyltranspeptidase Stimulates Receptor Activator of Nuclear Factor-kB Ligand Expression Independent of Its Enzymatic Activity and Serves as a Pathological Bone-resorbing Factor. Journal of Biological Chemistry 279(7): 52-56
Nakayama, R.; Kumagai, H.; Tochikura, T. 1984: C-Glutamyltranspeptidase from Proteus mirabilis: localization and activation by phospholipids. Journal of Bacteriology 160: 31-6
Keita, A.; Gleye, J.; Stanislas, E. 1985: C-Glycosylflavones from Monnieria trifolia. Journal of Natural Products (Lloydia) 48: 5-6
Matsuda, H.; Suzuki, Y. 1984: C-Guanidinobutyraldehyde dehydrogenase of Vicia faba leaves. Plant Physiology 76: 4-7
Bergman, R.G. 2007: C-H activation. Nature 446: 1-3
Hunter, N.; Borner, G Valentin; Lichten, M. 2001: C-H2AX illuminates meiosis. Nature Genetics 27(3): 6-8
Ren, X.; Mody, I. 2003: C-Hydroxybutyrate Reduces Mitogen-activated Protein Kinase Phosphorylation via GABAB Receptor Activation in Mouse Frontal Cortex and Hippocampus. Journal of Biological Chemistry 278(43): 006-011
Strunk, R.C.; Cole, F.Sessions; Perlmutter, D.H. 1985: C-Interferon increases expression of class III complement genes C2 and factor B in human monocytes and in murine fibroblasts transfected with human C2 and factor B genes. Journal of Biological Chemistry 260: 280-285
Liu, J.; Minemoto, Y.; Lin, A. 2004: c-Jun N-terminal protein kinase 1 (JNK1), but not JNK2, is essential for tumor necrosis factor alpha-induced c-Jun kinase activation and apoptosis. Molecular and Cellular Biology 24(24): 10844-10856
Muresan, Z.; Muresan, V. 2005: C-Jun NH2-Terminal Kinase-Interacting Protein-3 Facilitates Phosphorylation and Controls Localization of Amyloid-b Precursor Protein. Journal of Neuroscience 25(15): 41-51
Seimiya, H.; Mashima, T.; Toho, M. 1997: C-Jun NH2-terminal kinase-mediated activation of interleukin-1b converting enzyme/CED-3-like protease during anticancer drug-induced apoptosis. Journal of Biological Chemistry 272: 31-36
Das, K.C. 2001: C-Jun NH2-terminal kinase-mediated redox-dependent degradation of IkB. Role of thioredoxin in NF-kB activation. Journal of Biological Chemistry 276(7): 62-70
Jho, E.H.; Davis, R.J.; Malbon, C.C. 1997: C-Jun amino-terminal kinase is regulated by Ga12/Ga13 and obligate for differentiation of P19 embryonal carcinoma cells by retinoic acid. Journal of Biological Chemistry 272: 468-474
Dennler, S.; Prunier, C.; Ferrand, N. 2000: C-Jun inhibits transforming growth factor b-mediated transcription by repressing Smad3 transcriptional activity. Journal of Biological Chemistry 275(37): 858-865
Pestell, R.G.; Hollenberg, A.N.; Albanese, C. 1994: C-Jun represses transcription of the human chorionic gonadotropin a and b genes through distinct types of CREs. Journal of Biological Chemistry 269: 090-096
Hwang, S.G.; Yu, S.S.; Poo, H. 2005: C-Jun/Activator Protein-1 Mediates Interleukin-1b-induced Dedifferentiation but Not Cyclooxygenase-2 Expression in Articular Chondrocytes. Journal of Biological Chemistry 280(33): 780-787
Chung, S.; Kong, S.; Seong, K. 2002: C-Linolenic Acid in Borage Oil Reverses Epidermal Hyperproliferation in Guinea Pigs. The Journal of Nutrition 132(10): 90-7
Maurice, D.; Hooper, J.; Lang, G. 2007: C-Myb regulates lineage choice in developing thyrnocytes via its target gene Gata3. The EMBO Journal 26(15): 29-40
Brandt, T.L.; Fraser, D.J.; Leal, S. 1997: C-Myb trans-activates the human DNA topoisomerase IIa gene promoter. Journal of Biological Chemistry 272: 78-84
Kanei-Ishii, C.; Yasukawa, T.; Morimoto, R.I.; Ishii, S. 1994: C-Myb-induced trans-activation mediated by heat shock elements without sequence-specific DNA binding of c-Myb. Journal of Biological Chemistry 269(22): 15768-15775
You, Z.; Madrid, L.V.; Saims, D. 2002: C-Myc sensitizes cells to tumor necrosis factor-mediated apoptosis by inhibiting nuclear factor kB transactivation. Journal of Biological Chemistry 277(39): 671-677
Klotz, A.V.; Glazer, A.N. 1987: C-N-methylasparagine in phycobiliproteins. Occurrence, location, and biosynthesis. Journal of Biological Chemistry 262: 350-355
Phillips, G.R.; Tanaka, H.; Frank, M. 2003: C-Protocadherins Are Targeted to Subsets of Synapses and Intracellular Organelles in Neurons. Journal of Neuroscience 23(12): 96-104
Loring, S.J. 1985: C-Radiation effects on Collembola. Environmental Entomology 14: 5-9
Thomas Rudolph, Deirdre; Du Clos, Terry W.; Snapper, Clifford M. 2007: C-Reactive Protein Enhances Immunity to Streptococcus pneumoniae by Targeting Uptake to FcgR on Dendritic Cells. Journal of Immunology 178(11): 83-91
Devaraj, B.Sridevi 2007: C-Reactive Protein and Cardiovascular Disease. The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 85(1): 4
Rodriguez, W.; Mold, C.; Kataranovski, M. 2007: C-Reactive Protein-Mediated Suppression of Nephrotoxic Nephritis: Role of Macrophages, Complement, and Fcg Receptors. Journal of Immunology 178(1): 0-8
Owyang, A.M.; Tumang, J.R.; Schram, B.R.; Hsia, C.Y.; Behrens, T.W.; Rothstein, T.L.; Liou, H.C. 2001: C-Rel is required for the protection of B cells from antigen receptor-mediated, but not Fas-mediated, apoptosis. Journal of Immunology 167(9): 4948-4956
Shirotani, K.; Edbauer, D.; Capell, A. 2003: C-Secretase Activity Is Associated with a Conformational Change of Nicastrin. Journal of Biological Chemistry 278(19): 474-477
Grimm, H.S.; Beher, D.; Lichtenthaler, S.F. 2003: C-Secretase Cleavage Site Specificity Differs for Intracellular and Secretory Amyloid b. Journal of Biological Chemistry 278(15): 077-085
Micchelli, C.A.; Esler, W.P.; Kimberly, W.Taylor 2003: C-Secretase/presenilin inhibitors for Alzheimer's disease phenocopy Notch mutations in Drosophila. The FASEB Journal 17(1): 81
Akiyoshi, S.; Inoue, H.; Hanai, J.I.hi 1999: C-Ski acts as a transcriptional co-repressor in transforming growth factor-b signaling through interaction with Smads. Journal of Biological Chemistry 274(49): 269-277
Nedrelow, J.H.; Cianci, C.D.; Morrow, J.S. 2003: C-Src Binds aII Spectrin's Src Homology 3 (SH3) Domain and Blocks Calpain Susceptibility by Phosphorylating Tyr1176. Journal of Biological Chemistry 278(9): 35-41
Lin, C.H.; Cheng, H.W.; Hsu, M.J. 2006: C-Src Mediates Thrombin-Induced NF-kB Activation and IL-8/CXCL8 Expression in Lung Epithelial Cells. Journal of Immunology 177(5): 27-38
Munshi, N.; Groopman, J.E.; Gill, P.S.; Ganju, R.K. 2000: C-Src mediates mitogenic signals and associates with cytoskeletal proteins upon vascular endothelial growth factor stimulation in Kaposi's sarcoma cells. Journal of Immunology 164(3): 1169-1174
Fan, G.F.; Shumay, E.; Malbon, C.C. 2001: C-Src tyrosine kinase binds the b2-adrenergic receptor via phospho-Tyr-350, phosphorylates G-protein-linked receptor kinase 2, and mediates agonist-induced receptor desensitization. Journal of Biological Chemistry 276(16): 240-247
Huang, W.C.; Chen, J.J.; Chen, C.C. 2003: C-Src-dependent Tyrosine Phosphorylation of IkkB Is Involved in Tumor Necrosis Factor-A-induced Intercellular Adhesion Molecule-1 Expression. Journal of Biological Chemistry 278(11): 44-52
Pan, Z.Z.; Bruening, W.; Giasson, B.I. 2002: C-Synuclein promotes cancer cell survival and inhibits stress- and chemotherapy drug-induced apoptosis by modulating MAPK pathways. Journal of Biological Chemistry 277(38): 050-060
Celton-Morizur, Séverine.; Bordes, N.; Fraisier, V.; Tran, P.T.; Paoletti, A. 2004: C-terminal anchoring of mid1p to membranes stabilizes cytokinetic ring position in early mitosis in fission yeast. Molecular and Cellular Biology 24(24): 10621-10635
Yokosawa, N.; Yokota, S.I.; Kubota, T. 2002: C-Terminal Region of STAT-1a Is Not Necessary for Its Ubiquitination and Degradation Caused by Mumps Virus V Protein. Journal of Virology 76(24): 683-90
Raja, M.Mobeen.; Kipp, H.; Kinne, R.K.H. 2004: C-terminus loop 13 of Na+ glucose cotransporter SGLT1 contains a binding site for alkyl glucosides. Biochemistry 43(34): 10944-10951
Gysin, R.; Azzi, A.; Visarius, T. 2002: C-Tocopherol inhibits human cancer cell cycle progression and cell proliferation by down-regulation of cyclins. The FASEB Journal 16(14): 52-4
Spanaus, K.S.; Nadal, D.; Pfister, H.W.; Seebach, J.; Widmer, U.; Frei, K.; Gloor, S.; Fontana, A. 1997: C-X-C and C-C chemokines are expressed in the cerebrospinal fluid in bacterial meningitis and mediate chemotactic activity on peripheral blood-derived polymorphonuclear and mononuclear cells in vitro. Journal of Immunology 158(4): 1956-1964
Maguire, G.; Maple, B.; Lukasiewicz, P. 1989: C-aminobutyrate type B receptor modulation of L-type calcium channel current at bipolar cell terminals in the retina of the tiger salamander. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 86(24): 144-7
Montpied, P.; Ginns, E.I.; Martin, B.M. 1991: C-aminobutyric acid (GABA) induces a receptor-mediated reduction in GABAA receptor a subunit messenger RNAs in embryonic chick neurons in culture. Journal of Biological Chemistry 266: 11-14
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Tsai, L.H.; Taniyama, K.; Tanaka, C. 1987: C-aminobutyric acid stimulates acid secretion from the isolated guinea pig stomach. American Journal of Physiology 253: 01-6
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Pritchett, D.B.; Seeburg, P.H. 1991: C-aminobutyric acid type A receptor point mutation increases the affinity of compounds for the benzodiazepine site. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 88: 21-5
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Rodrigues, A.L.S.; Rocha, J.B.T.; Pereira, M.E. 1996: C-aminolevulinic acid dehydratase activity in weanling and adult rats exposed to lead acetate. Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology 57: 53
Modi, W.S. 1987: C-banding analyses and the evolution of heterochromatin among arvicolid rodents. Journal of Mammalogy 68: 4-14
Halleck, M.S.; Schlegel, R.A. 1983: C-banding of Peromyscus constitutive heterochromatin persists following histone hyperacetylation. Experimental Cell Research 147(2): 269-279
Olson, A.L.; Rebouche, C.J. 1987: C-butyrobetaine hydroxylase activity is not rate limiting for carnitine biosynthesis in the human infant. The Journal of Nutrition 117: 24-31
Punekar, N.S.; Wehbie, R.S.; Lardy, H.A. 1987: C-butyrobetaine hydroxylase and the protective role of glutathione peroxidase. Journal of Biological Chemistry 262: 20-24
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Sarkar, F.H.; Smith, M.R.; Hoover, T.; Princler, G.; Crissman, J.D.; Visscher, D.W.; Longo, D.L.; Kung, H.F.; Raziuddin 1994: c-erbB-2 promoter-specific DNA-binding protein isolated from human breast cancer tissues displays mitogenic activity. Journal of Biological Chemistry 269(16): 12285-12289
Kim, S.K.; Kaiser, D. 1990: C-factor: a cell-cell signaling protein required for fruiting body morphogenesis of M. xanthus. Cell 61(1): 19-26
Cervero, F.; Plenderleith, M.B. 1985: C-fibre excitation and tonic descending inhibition of dorsal horn neurones in adult rats treated at birth with capsaicin. Journal of Physiology 365: 223-237
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Lancaster, J.E.; Shaw, M.L. 1989: C-glutamyl peptides in the biosynthesis of S-alk(en)yl- L-cysteine sulphoxides (flavour precursors) in Allium. Phytochemistry 28(2 ): 5-60
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Suzuki, H.; Kumagai, H.; Tochikura, T. 1986: C-glutamyltranspeptidase from Escherichia coli K-12: purification and properties. Journal of Bacteriology 168: 25-31
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Desrosiers, M.F. 1989: C-irradiated seafoods: identification and dosimetry by electron paramagnetic resonance spectroscopy. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 37: 100
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